Sheepdog

ATS kulmbach does not have one worry: that someone could break into the sports home in weiher. An attempt to get in there was also badly received by the burglar. Because there stop "drago watch. And "drago can't stand burglars at all. "He actually hardly likes anyone", says carmen gorler, the leaseholder of the stadium guesthouse, about her sheepdog and has her hands full trying to bandage the four-legged powerhouse.

22.000 euro damage
At ATS the serial burglar had bad cards. Elsewhere he was more successful, makes since a month sports homes in kulmbach and surrounding area unsafe. It all started on 4. December in katschenreuth – and ended for the time being at the weekend at vfb kulmbach. A total of nine burglaries – total damage 22,000 euros.

"Drago" and it's probably thanks to the hostess that the ATS has been spared so far. "We have never had a break-in", says ATS fubball department head jorg braun. "Our country is also fenced in, and the gates are locked at night." Also the warning signs that there is a watchdog here, deter potential offenders, believes braun. As a police chief superintendent, he knows what he is talking about.

If you have time, it’s best to go swimming. Otherwise, physical exertion should be avoided during the heat wave.

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The thermometer in the office shows 30.7 degrees. I don’t even want to think about the next date under the scorching sun yet. The sahara heat has franconia in its grip. Temperatures above the 35-degree mark are not uncommon.

Oldest pyramid of agypt reopened for visitors

Egypt’s oldest pyramid, dating from around 2600 BC, is open to visitors again after years of renovation work.

The ministry of antiquities invited on thursday to the ceremonial opening of the step pyramid of pharaoh djoser, located about an hour’s drive south of cairo near sakkara. Access for tourists will still be limited due to space constraints with about 45 visitors per day.

The pyramid of djoser is the largest structure in the city of the dead at sakkara, with a height of 60 meters. There were from 3. In the second millennium before christ, until the persian period, kings and officials were buried in the tombs. Pyramids were built for several pharaohs. Below the pyramid of djoser, a deep shaft leads to a tomb sealed with a 3.5-ton granite stone. Other passages led to rooms where members of the royal family were buried.

People prayed and sang, they listened to the prayers of the fathers, which were very much about tolerance and love of neighbor – and they listened when dean andreas kleefeld found very clear words in his sermon against the brown spook, which took place at the same time on the outskirts of the town: "we do not tolerate inhuman slogans in the coburg region", he said. And the 120 or so people in the packed church were happy to applaud vigorously at this point. But that's not the kind of thing you do in a place of worship. In addition, it should be on saturday also quite consciously a quiet protest, which is sent out. A silent, but nevertheless powerful symbol. And that succeeded.

The event of the right-wing extremist NPD did not take place – as originally thought – in the middle of rottenbach, but on the outskirts of the town on a parking lot near the forest. This area also belongs to the son of franz schwede, the nazi mayor of coburg and later hitler's gauleiter in pomerania. According to police estimates, about 50 people attended the meeting.

Reverend dorothea eichhofer-wunder, in her welcoming address at the ecumenical peace prayer, first addressed the criticism that had been voiced in isolated cases about the form and content of this protest event. She admitted that some had wished for a bolder confession than hiding behind thick church walls. But one should also not forget that many people were simply afraid to seek an open conflict with the right-wing extremists.

Two syrian ex-intelligence agents in u custody for torture

Two former intelligence officers may have to stand trial before a german court for the atrocities committed in the torture prisons of syrian president baschar al-assad.

The federal prosecutor general loved to arrest the two 56 and 42 year old syrians on tuesday in berlin and rhineland-palatinate. They are accused of crimes against humanity, the federal prosecutor’s office in karlsruhe announced on wednesday. This involves torture and physical abuse in thousands of cases.

It is the first time ever that german investigators have taken action against government employees for crimes committed in the syrian civil war. German justice minister katarina barley (SPD) spoke of an important sign. "The atrocities committed by the syrian regime can be prosecuted internationally," she declared in berlin.

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