How to protect yourself against the coronavirus Coughing and sneezing - but doing it right! So here's what the doctors recommend: When coughing and sneezing, cover your mouth and nose with your flexed elbow. Or use tissue — but then immediately throw that tissue away and wash your hands. With your shirt or sweater, however, no, you don't need to throw them away. Do wash them frequently, though, or take them to the dry cleaner's. … [Read more...] about Is Germany ready for the second coronavirus wave?
'It was absolutely worth it' The grief paralyzed her. "But then life gets back to normal and you realize, you understand that you have to get up again and keep working." It is a matter of "repairing" Afghanistan "little by little," she says. Was the invasion by the US and its allies justified post-September 11? "I think it was absolutely worth it because here right now, you see millions of free individuals who are equal to the eyes of the law." She says that with a view to the constitution, which enshrines freedom of expression and women's rights. For now. … [Read more...] about After 9/11: Has Germany failed in Afghanistan?
She has also taken stock of her four missions and is grateful for the experiences, both good and bad. "Ultimately, when I see where Afghanistan is now, it wasn't worth it," says the trained nurse, who now works with severely handicapped people. Too many comrades lost their lives for this, and were wounded in body or spirit, she says. And what was it all for? "With blood and sweat we fought for places that are now back in the hands of the Taliban. I think that's really bad." … [Read more...] about Germany’s long military mission in Afghanistan
The league begins this weekend without its top teams, which are getting longer breaks to rest up from their recent participation in European competitions. Champion Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atlético Madrid, and Europa League winner Sevilla all have their games of the first and second round postponed. That means Saturday’s opening day will kick off with Celta Vigo at Eibar. It will be followed by Athletic Bilbao at Granada, and a clash between the promoted sides Osasuna and Cádiz. … [Read more...] about MATCHDAY: Competitions begin in England, Spain, Germany
German cookbook author and vegan chef Attila Hildmann similarly suspects Gates of evil machinations. He has become one of the most outspoken critics of coronavirus lockdown measures. After being banned from Instagram for violating its community rules, he began posting content on messenger service Telegram, where he currently has over 68,000 followers. Hildmann deems Gates a Satanist and Merkel a Chinese puppet. He has also urged his followers to violently resist the lockdown if necessary. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus rallies: Germany’s growing anti-lockdown movement