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    Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala WFO’s first female African Director-General graces cover of TIME magazine

    WFO’s first female African Director-General, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, has graced an issue of TIME magazine’s cover as one of the World’s Most Influential Leaders. Ngozi Okonjo was confirmed as director-general of the World Trade Organisation shattering a glass ceiling; she is the first female African leader of this organisation in its’ 25 years of operation to come this […] More

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    Germany: More than 10,000 people vaccinated with saline – now the state offers compensation

    Germany: More than 10,000 people vaccinated with saline. Following the vaccinations, the state of Lower Saxony and the district of Friesland offer compensation to the more than 10,000 people affected. Those who have to repeat a vaccination will receive an allowance of 35 euros, while those who have to be re-vaccinated twice will receive 50 […] More

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    Germany: Increase in Hartz IV and family allowance from 2022

    This is how much Hartz IV and family allowance will increase from 2022. 3 euro more From 2022, people receiving Hartz IV benefit in Germany will receive three euros more per month. For singles, it will increase from 446 to 449 euros. Spouses and partners will receive 404 euro. 2 euro more for the little ones The family allowance will also be increased, […] More

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    Here are 10 things Germans fear the most

    Have you ever wondered what keeps the Germans awake at night? What makes them shiver? This is what the Germans fear the most. Financial worries top the German list of worries Despite the fact that we have been struggling with the coronavirus and its consequences for two years , what makes Germans sleepy in 2021 are financial problems, not health problems, […] More

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    Holidays in Germany in 2022

    List of public holidays in Germany in 2022, divided into those that are valid for the whole country, as well as holidays provided only for some regions. Holidays in Germany in 2022 for all federal states: New Year’s Day  (January 1) Good Friday (April 15) Easter Monday (April 18) Labor Day  (May 1) Ascension of the Lord (May 26) Pentecostal Monday (June 6) […] More

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    Pensions increase in Germany! ‘In 2022, pensioners will face a significant plus’

    Pension increase in Germany: Finally there’s good news for pensioners in Germany. The president of the German Pension Insurance Association, Gundula Rossbach, informed about the expected “significant increase” – we read on the Business Insider portal. Already next year there may be a significant increase in pensions in Germany – this is the result of the information […] More

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    Germany: 5 important changes for all taxpayers after September 26

    Here’s what will happen after September 26. There are changes that all taxpayers in Germany will have to face: Increase in health insurance premiums Due to the coronavirus pandemic , the health insurance system will run out of EUR 7 billion in 2022! Olaf Scholz has already announced that at the turn of the year, contributions may increase by […] More

  • Time shift to winter 2021

    Time change to winter 2021. We will set our watches back and sleep longer

    Time shift to winter 2021: Autumn is fast approaching and the days are getting shorter and shorter. Soon the summer time will change to winter time. Every year we switch the watches on the last Sunday in October. This means that this year the time change will take place from Saturday 30 October to Sunday […] More

  • Corona infects 72 at party in Munster



    Germany: 72 people infected with Coronavirus after ‘2G’ party in Münster

    Germany: The number of infected people with coronavirus has increased to 72 after party-goers attended a club under the 2G rule (vaccinated, cured) in Münster. Despite the facts that only vaccinated people and convalescents could participate in the event organised on September 3rd at the the club “Cuba Nova” in Münster, 72 people were infected […] More

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    Coronavirus in Germany: The unvaccinated risk being barred from public places and other stricter measures

    Coronavirus in Germany: A new Germany study conducted warned that the economic consequence of another lockdown would be severe and that it would be cheaper for people in Germany to adhere to the 2G rules which exclude unvaccinated people from many public setting. Businesses and politicians have been discussing whether the so called ‘2G rule’ […] More

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    Racist and discriminatory names removed from 143 works of art in Dresden, Germany

    Racism in Germany: Since the beginning of 2020, 143 works of art have been examined and renamed by the Dresden State Art Collections, the reason, they are “racist” or “discriminatory” reported ‘BILD’. Dresden is know as the treasury of the Saxons. The Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden (SKD) with the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, the Kupferstichkabinett, Grünes Gewölbe […] More

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