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Attempted murder with car: man sentenced to ten years in prison

attempted murder with car: man sentenced to ten years in prison

He deliberately hit his ex-girlfriend with his car in order to kill her: a 47-year-old man has been sentenced to ten years in prison for attempted murder at trier regional court.

He acted insidiously and took advantage of the victim’s guilelessness and defenselessness, said presiding judge petra schmitz. The german from mettlach in saarland had "waylaid" the woman at the end of november 2018 in taben-rodt (rhineland-palatinate) on the way to her workplace and then hit her head-on at speed 30 with the intention of killing her.

The woman, who also lives in mettlach, suffered serious but not life-threatening injuries. She still suffers physically and psychologically from the consequences today. She is still unable to work. "Her life changed completely from one day to the next," said sidebar prosecutor hanna kullmann about the victim. "She is still afraid today."

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The ducal (reading) pleasure in the far east

The ducal (reading) pleasure in the Far East

The coburg closely connected chinawissenschaftlerin and private lecturer dorothee schaab-hanke stop on thursday, 7. June, at 6 p.M. In the coburg state library, a lecture with the title "of the nobility’s pleasure in reading about distant worlds: a look at early books with a china connection from the collections of the coburg dukes".
Before the 16. In the nineteenth century, the far east was a largely unknown world for europeans. That changed in the 17. In the 16th century, through the increasing overseas trade in the eastern seas, through the first tribute legations and especially through the catholic mission in the far east. Jesuit missionaries provided the first information about the country and people, culture and religion of the chinese, and many nobles in europe, inspired among other things by king ludwig XIV in france, began to become enthusiastic about palace and garden buildings in the chinese style, including the members of the ernestine line of the wettins, to whom the coburg dukes belong. The ernestines in coburg, gotha, meiningen, weimar and all their other residences collected, among other things, asian porcelain, built up exotic art chambers and created collections of books with exquisitely produced maps, regional studies on china and its neighboring countries and numerous travelogues on this region.
In the current and until 25. August permanent foyer exhibition "ways to cathay a small but fine selection of these china gems collected by ernestine can be admired between the covers of books in the state library. Some of them can even be assigned to specific persons through bookplates and handwritten notes, such as the abbess elisabeth ernestine antonie von sachsen-meiningen (1681-1766) from gandersheim. This lecture deals with these people and the books they collected, their preferences and perhaps also their longings for distant countries.
All interested people are invited with free admission. The lecture lasts about 60 minutes. Before and after the lecture there will be the opportunity to visit the exhibition, says the director of the landesbibliothek, silvia pfister.

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More than cosmetics at the memorial

More than cosmetics at the memorial

The memorial in the cemetery is getting on in years. Now it will be fundamentally renovated. In its most recent meeting, the building committee undertook a site visit. Mayor helmut fischer (CSU) recalled that the site was inaugurated in 1959. It was renovated in 1984/85 and now, 28 years later, it is in a very bad condition.
In principle, as the mayor explained, the flat between the memorial plaques at the front of the memorial and the stairs up should be shortened. The old washed concrete slabs will be replaced by new slabs, and the steps and both stone figures will be sandblasted. The inscriptions on the memorial plaques are also being restored.
According to the expert opinion of local councillor and gardener karl nemmert (CSU), the rough hedges, shrubs and walls should be removed and a new hedge inserted lower down, which can then grow upwards. However, the building committee has not yet reached a decision on this matter. This was allowed to stand only in a future meeting. Until then, the municipal administration wants to obtain offers and clarify details. Attention should also be paid to the ground surrounding the memorial. This is to be redesigned – among other things with trees.

From the local history
If you look back in the michelau local chronicle, the municipality of michelau has already had several war memorials in the past. The first was built after the war of 1870/71 between the church and the current town hall in 1890. A second war memorial was erected on 12. Inaugurated in november 1922. After the second world war, it was decided to move the memorial to another site, namely the cemetery. Already on 11. December 1957 the order for the two sculptures that still dominate the monument was given to the local sculptor friedrich steiner for 4500 marks. Finally, the memorial, which cost a total of DM 40,500 and was the third in the town, was erected on the 31st. May 1959 inaugurated in a ceremonial hour (source: "800 jahre michelau in oberfranken" by herbert perzel). In 1964, the plating and lettering were overhauled, and in 1966, the monument was restored. The inscription plates were replaced by bronze plates, the wooden cross by one made of metal, manufactured by master locksmith otto schardt. On the side pylons the year of the two rough wars were attached and hooks for wreaths were let in. In 1985, the entire memorial underwent a thorough renovation. Now a general renovation is pending. 

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Krum faces a high hurdle

Krum faces a high hurdle

FSV krum faces a herculean task in the district league on sunday (3 p.M.), as the top team, FT schweinfurt, crosses paths with the 13th-place team in the table. On. The DJK dampfach (12.) is at the promoted team in dettelbach (8.), which has only one more payer on the account, demanded. Dettelbach/ortsteile – DJK dampfach

DJK dampfach has scored twice in the last two duels without conceding a goal. But offensively prints the shoe. Above all, there is a lack of cold-bloodedness. Patrick winter, dampfach’s goal-scorer of recent years, has only one goal to his name and was absent twice on his honeymoon. Oliver mutzel will have to watch one last time because of his dismissal in the first game today (2 p.M.).

"We are currently very thin offensively and are not taking advantage of our opportunities, female DJK coach steffen rogele.

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New mass protests against algeria’s president bouteflika

New mass protests against algeria's president bouteflika

Algerian caricaturists have always been biting. Sometimes a general holds the infusion bag of the seriously ill president, sometimes a military man in a wheelchair lifts him up so that the president can cast his vote in the election and reach the ballot box.

But one of the most frequent motifs is: the president as ghost. It has been a long time since abdelaziz bouteflika showed himself to his people. And above all the young people in the country have had enough of the rehearsed political theater.

Since bouteflika announced in the middle of the month that he would run for president in the presidential election on 18 june, the. April to run for a fifth term, demonstrations are taking place all over the country. Hundreds of thousands of people have turned out in recent days, and on friday around ten thousand gathered in the capital algiers alone. They demanded that bouteflika not run again.

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Leutenbach and the castle

Leutenbach and the castle

The community of leutenbach can't stop celebrating. In 2007, the millennium anniversary of the bishopric was celebrated with a "millennium run", a few weeks ago, the landwehr celebrated its 200th anniversary; now it's 900 years again. The noble family of leutenbach was first mentioned in a document in 1112.

Toni eckert's two lectures took the audience back to the century of the salians. At that time leutenbach was dominated by an imposing castle above the present chapel of saint moritz. How this castle could have looked once, could be seen in the entrance area of the parish hall, where a model was built according to historical specifications, overflights and scale measurements.
The history of the noblemen of leutenbach, who originally came from burgundy, dear eckert begins with the investiture dispute, which began with emperor heinrich's IV. Bubgang to canossa ended to loosen the papal ban. Engilhard liber homo de ludunbach carried as salmann (trustee) of his son heinrich V. The name leutenbach in his family name when he gave the castle albewinistein (is assumed to be in the area around betzenstein) to bamberg and bishop otto I. Sold.

The first name friedrich became a leading name for the whole family of the "milites" mentioned in the papal document (count or. Noble) and was assigned to certain families – arnstein, walpoten, aufseb, waischenfeld, schonfeld and leutenbach. Of these sexes, only one still exists today, that of aufseb.

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Afd politician jorg meuthen in hochstadt on thursday: alliance calls for protest

Afd politician jorg meuthen in hochstadt on thursday: alliance calls for protest

For their local election campaign, the afd local association hochstadt has long ago announced an event on the coming thursday, 12.March, announced in the fortuna kulturfabrik. Guest speaker: afd federal chairman jorg meuthen. Christian bebler, who heads the afd list for hochstadt city council, is also to speak alongside him.

Now the alliance aktion courage has announced a counter-demonstration. One becomes for "high city, a peaceful city for inviolable human rights" demonstrate, it says in a press release.

Action courage opposes "a fundamentally undemocratic policy that seeks to blame only foreigners, immigrants or people of other religions, beliefs, sexual orientations or disabilities for all the problems of the day."

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Appointment emergency in upper franconia

Appointment emergency in Upper Franconia

Torsten ernstberger

the upper franconian district committee of the bavarian fubball association reacts to the many weather-related cancellations and the resulting lack of dates for catch-up games with an exceptional regulation.
So now between the penultimate (13. May) and the last match day (19. May) a make-up date can be set. Until now, the principle was that the games on the last two days of the season had to be played at the same time throughout the league.
If this option does not solve the scheduling problem, parts can also be transferred to the 1. May can be moved. Kickoff should be at 11 a.M., so as not to compete with the cup games on that day.
In addition, the district committee is offering a third possibility: in order to ease the tightly packed match calendar, the last match day can be postponed to whit monday (21. May). A season extension is also possible, but this must be decided unanimously within the counties.
"We will intensively discuss the possibilities offered by the district", says gerd rieb, group game director in circle 1 (bamberg/bayreuth/ kulmbach). "It is important for us to have the clubs on board." The district match committee has therefore already set meeting dates. The clubs from the bayreuth/kulmbach area will meet on friday (7 p.M.) in the gymnasium of TSV trebgast, those from the bamberg/steigerwald area on saturday (10 a.M.).30 o'clock) at the RSC oberhaid.

Clubs reach their limits

"It is clear: due to the many game failures, the clubs have reached the limits of their possibilities", says rieb. The weidenberger clarifies that a season extension is currently only possible for the district class abwarts. The district league must adhere to the framework calendar, as the relegation with the district league teams was pending.
"In the long term, however, we may have to rethink and detach the district league from the county league", says rieb. However, this is only possible if the relegation rules are reformed. The district league champions would remain eligible for promotion, while the runners-up would have to be guaranteed another promotion spot, which they would then play out among themselves.

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Rough 70th birthday celebration. Kindergarten anniversary

The 70th anniversary of the catholic kindertagesstatte st. Bernhard in ebrach began with a festive service in the parish church of maria himmelfahrt, celebrated by dean albert muller and musically accompanied by the kindergarten children and the church band "cyriakus" from staffelbach.
At the beginning of the service, the children buried all the service-goers in different languages. In the meantime, children from different nations attend the kita st. Bernhard. One child from each nation introduced themselves on behalf of the other children. The diversity of the kindergarten ebrach was to be expressed in this service as well as the connection with the partner institution in senegal. The children rolled a rough globe into the center of the church to symbolize that god holds the whole world in his hand, that everyone is equal before him, and that everyone is of equal value, regardless of whether he is rough or small, dark or light, from germany or from another country in the world.
The head of the daycare center, nicole wachter, also addressed this issue in her welcoming speech. She emphasized that over the past 70 years, the kita has evolved from a children's recreation home to a house for children with family services, and that many institutions, full-time employees and volunteers have been involved in this process. She thanked everyone for their tireless commitment to making the center a place where children can learn and play, grow and mature, and find a place to develop and grow.
After the service, the steigerwald musicians and the local associations accompanied the kindergarten children with their teachers, parents, grandparents and guests of honor in a procession through the town to the kindergarten. There, a communal lunch awaited the numerous visitors, so that they could prepare themselves for the varied afternoon program. A market of possibilities offered something for every guest. Everyone was excitedly awaiting the special highlight of the afternoon. The magician manolo enchanted not only the children with his magic tricks, but also amazed many adults.
A real birthday party naturally also includes presents, so the head of the daycare center, nicole wachter, was able to thank the community of ebrach, the burger association and the fruit and gardening association of ebrach, and the sparkasse bamberg for their generous monetary gifts. 

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The epilepsy has many forms

The epilepsy has many forms

On thursday, the habfurt library and information center (biz) on the market square opened the exhibition "living with epilepsy – perspectives of a disease" open. She is up to 8. March free of charge during the biz opening hours.

In a photo workshop, people affected by epilepsy approached the subject of epilepsy in a creative and artistic way and captured their individual experiences with the disease in photographs. Individual works and photo series have been created that capture the experience of seizures from different perspectives.

In addition to the 30 or so photos, there are a number of information panels explaining the different types of seizures and providing information on simple first aid measures for epilepsy. Since one percent of the population suffers from epilepsy, the probability of witnessing a seizure is not at all small.