Germany prohibits entry to neo-Nazi Isabel Peralta for trying to introduce swastikas and Nazi propaganda

Germany prohibits entry to neo-Nazi Isabel Peralta for trying to introduce swastikas and Nazi propaganda

Isabel Peralta arrived in Frankfurt with a swastika flag and propaganda leaflets in her luggage. The German police prevented her from entering the country and expelled her back to Spain. The German federal police have prevented the entry of the well-known far-right Isabel Peralta. As reported by the German weekly Spiegel , Spanish authorities had previously warned their German … Read more

Germany seizes yacht from alleged Vladimir Putin lender

Germany seizes yacht from alleged Vladimir Putin lender

On Wednesday, German authorities seized a luxury yacht owned by the Russian oligarch Alisher Usmanov, one of the Russian businessmen close to Vladimir Putin, sanctioned by the European Union. Usmanov is one of the businessmen punished in response to the invasion of Ukraine. The European Union justified their decision by considering that he is “one … Read more

VIDEO: They capture a terrifying moment when a giant wave destroys the windows of a ferry with passengers in Germany

VIDEO: They capture a terrifying moment when a giant wave destroys the windows of a ferry with passengers in Germany

Some passengers near the window were hit by the wave, although no one was seriously injured. Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images passengers of the ferry Hadag, which was located near the Tollerort terminal in HamburgThey were surprised by a strong wave that shattered the windows of the boat, causing panic among the attendees. The event was … Read more

Main German dictionary changes definition of ‘Jew’ after protests

Main German dictionary changes definition of ‘Jew’ after protests

In Germany the leading standard german dictionary has changed its definition of Jewish, or “Jude” in German, after a recent update caused a stir in the country’s Jewish community, a move that reflects sensitivities that linger eight decades after the Holocaust. The Duden dictionary had recently added an explanation to its online edition saying that … Read more

Winter storm in Germany paralyzes rail traffic

Winter storm in Germany paralyzes rail traffic

a severe winter storm in Germany It has been affecting and paralyzing rail traffic in large regions of the north of the country, where civil protection and firefighting teams have had to attend to hundreds of calls for help or roadblocks. Given the situation, the German Meteorological Service (DWD, in German), activated the alarms due … Read more

Germany asks its population to take several COVID tests a week

Germany asks its population to take several COVID tests a week

Karl Lauterbach, current Federal Minister of Health of Germany, asked the population of that country undergo COVID testing during the week to eliminate suspicions of having contracted the SARS-CoV-2 virus, this due to rebound in contagion outbreak that have arisen in recent days due to the variant Omicron. In an interview for the Sunday newspaper … Read more

Teacher is sentenced to life in prison for eating his partner he met on Tinder

Teacher is sentenced to life in prison for eating his partner he met on Tinder

A german teacher that supposedly assassined and then ate a man he met on Tinder to meet “cannibalism fantasies” has been sentenced to life in prison for the heartbreaking murder, according to reports. The 42-year-old math and chemistry professor, identified only as Stefan R., according to German privacy rules, was found guilty of murder and … Read more

“What you did was inhuman”: Cannibal professor is given a life sentence, murdered and ate a man in Germany

“What you did was inhuman”: Cannibal professor is given a life sentence, murdered and ate a man in Germany

Berlin, Germany.- A German professor was sentenced to life imprisonment after being found guilty of having murdered, dismembered and eaten a man she contacted through an internet dating app in Germany. It was this Friday when a Berlin court issued a life sentence to Stefan R. for the crimes of murder and attack on the … Read more

Kafka and Kant: How Germany’s Intellectual Frontiers Overcome Territorial Borders

Kafka and Kant: How Germany’s Intellectual Frontiers Overcome Territorial Borders

The Charles Bridge, with its baroque statues, is the oldest in Prague and the emperor who built it in 1357, Charles I of Bohemia and IV of Germany (1316-1378), also founded the first German-speaking university in that city. . For centuries, Prague was at the heart of German cultural and intellectual life. Carolina University continues … Read more