Day: October 5, 2018

  • Bremen defeats Wolfsburg | TIME ONLINE

                                                  Werder Bremen scored another home win in a row and defeated Wolfsburg. And that, although the Bremer were the weaker team in the beginning.                                          October 5, 2018, 10:40 pmSource: ZEIT ONLINE, dpa, cat                                                                                                            Bremen's Davy Klaassen (left) celebrates his 1-0 win against Wolfsburg.                         © David Hecker / picture alliance /… Continue reading "Bremen defeats Wolfsburg | TIME ONLINE"

  • Brexit: Unilever Remains in London

       REUTERS Unilever in London: The consumer goods company does not give up its second head office The protest of British investors shows success. The consumer goods giant Unilever holds on to its second headquarters in London – despite Brexit. Originally, Unilever wanted to focus on its headquarters in Rotterdam.   The Dutch-British consumer goods group Unilever will not dissolve its… Continue reading "Brexit: Unilever Remains in London"

  • Path with the way smile | TIME ONLINE

                         content                                                                                       Page 1 – Path with the smile of the road                                                                                                                                                                        Page 2 – Every second woman is harassing                                                                               Read on a page               After Brett Kavanaugh, the US Supreme Court judge, was accused of attempting to rape a student party in the 1980s, there's nothing better for the US president… Continue reading "Path with the way smile | TIME ONLINE"

  • Bonn: Court reduces sentence of Siegaue rapist

    In the process of revision for the rape of a camper has the Bonn           County Court lowered the sentence for the defendant. The Chamber sentenced him to ten years in prison on Friday. In the first trial, the rejected asylum seeker from Ghana still received a prison sentence of eleven and a half years. As justification for the reduction, the… Continue reading "Bonn: Court reduces sentence of Siegaue rapist"