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In Germany, 500 years later, the hotel will be renamed “Three Moors”

By the end of the year, the sign will be replaced by the hotel "Three Moors" in the Bavarian city of Augsburg, over which clouds have long been gathering because of the allegedly "racist" name. This is written by Die Welt. The publication notes that the owners until recently resisted renaming the institution with a five-hundred-year history, whose threshold was once crossed by Mozart, Goethe, Haydn, Paganini, Wagner, count von Zeppelin and Franklin Delano Roosevelt - they are listed in the list of famous guests on the hotel's website, which is still called in the old way. Now the hotel will be called rather impersonally - "Maximilian's". But its original name is associated with a romantic legend about how the owner of an Inn sheltered four Abyssinian monks in the cold. Then they decided...

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The Israeli air force for the first time in history will hold military exercises with colleagues from Germany

Six f-16 fighter jets of the Israeli air force landed yesterday at a military air base near the German city of Cologne, where for the first time in history, joint exercises will be held by Israeli pilots and their colleagues from the Luftwaffe. On the German side, Eurofighter fighters will take part in them. Israeli tanks hit Hamas targets in response to attacks from the Gaza strip During the maneuvers of "strategic importance", it is expected, among other things, to work out the German-Israeli interaction when flying in unfamiliar conditions, the Jerusalem Post reported, citing a statement from the press service of the Israeli defense Ministry. According to Deutsche Welle, in addition to military exercises, Israeli fighter jets will conduct a symbolic flight over the former Nazi

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Not until carnivals

How the world is preparing for the second wave of coronavirus In the face of the second wave of coronavirus, who is not coping with its tasks - Germany and France, who have prepared a plan for the reform of the organization, are sure of this. This is reported by Reuters with reference to a diplomatic document. The mask has become an attribute of everyday life and an art object. Pictured is the "pandemic exhibition" in Daegu, South Korea. Photo: EPA In the meantime, many countries are imposing even stricter rules than at the beginning of the pandemic. According to the decision of the French authorities, Paris is declared a high-risk zone, as is the country's largest port, Marseille. "Whatever you want, you'll find on the Champs - Elysees," Joe Dassin sang in a song celebrating street

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Paris, London and Berlin are in favor of preserving the deal with Iran

France, Britain and Germany did not support the US decision to restore sanctions against Iran in the framework of the UN Security Council resolution adopted in 2015. "We cannot approve this initiative, which is incompatible with our efforts to support the Joint comprehensive plan of action (JCPOA)," the foreign Ministers said in a communique issued on Thursday. The diplomats recalled that the US ceased to be a party to the JCPOA, voluntarily withdrawing from the Treaty in may 2018. At the same time, Paris, London and Berlin "are determined to preserve the processes and institutions that form the basis of multilateralism". Earlier on Thursday, August 20, US Secretary of state Mike Pompeo met with the Chairman of the UN security Council, passing on a complaint about Tehran's non...

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A spike in coronavirus infections has been reported in Europe

France reported on Thursday a sharp increase in the number of cases of coronavirus - 4771. This is a thousand more than was recorded a day earlier. This is the first time that more than four thousand cases of infection have been registered daily in the Fifth Republic since may. Meanwhile, Spain, Germany and Italy also registered the highest number of COVID-19 cases over the past 24 hours since the end of April and may, when there was a spike in infections in these countries. At the same time, the number of confirmed cases of the disease has been increasing daily since mid-August, which leads experts to Express fears about the imminent onset of a second wave of the pandemic. The virus hits the young The French Ministry of health said that the country has increased its ability to diagn

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Lukashenko has appointed a Minister by protesters booed the Governor

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko appointed Vladimir Karanik, who headed the Ministry of health, as the Governor of the Grodno region. This is reported by the BelTA news Agency. The head of state suggested Karanik's candidacy during a meeting with deputies of the regional Council in Grodno. They are reported to have approved the appointment. Earlier, on August 17, Karanik escaped from protesting medics shouting " Shame!". Doctors demanded that the Minister let them go to the detainees at mass protests. But he refused to do so and was booed. Mass protests are taking place in Belarus for the second week. Citizens are opposed to the official results of the presidential election, according to which Alexander Lukashenko won more than 80 percent of the vote. Thousands of emp...

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The German foreign Ministry warned of the dangers of trips to Brussels

The German foreign Ministry issued a travel warning to Brussels and Antwerp province in Belgium due to the high level of coronavirus infection. In view of this situation, it is also planned to move an informal meeting of EU defense Ministers to Berlin, according to the Spiegel online portal. A spike in coronavirus infections has been reported in Europe According to the Ministry of foreign Affairs,over the past seven days, there were more than 50 new infections per 100,000 residents. According to the classification, this means that people who visit Brussels must necessarily pass a test for coronavirus, and before that they will be quarantined. Until now, according to the German side, the province of Antwerp was considered the most dangerous from an epidemiological point of view, no

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Details have emerged of the arrest of a MU captain for assaulting police

Details have emerged of the arrest of Manchester United captain Harry Maguire on the Greek island of Mykonos for assaulting police. They are cited by BBC Sport. According to the publication, the athlete was in a company of 11 people. When they started to sort things out, the police arrived. At the time of his arrest, Maguire got into a scuffle with law enforcement officials and insulted them. "One of the group of Britons in which the football player was, swung at the police officer and started a fight," said local police spokesman Petros Vassiliakis. Newsit.gr reports that Maguire has been released from custody and will be able to return to England. The trial is scheduled to take place on August 25. The footballer's arrest was announced on August 21. It was noted that the defe...

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