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Berlin: police raided a mosque (8.12 PM)the tobacco industry for cigarette butts numbers (6.05 p.m.)miner dies in coal mine of Ibbenbüren (4.04 hours), and Almost 50,000 baukinder money-making applications (3.04 hours), and the Federal achieved in 2018 and ten billion Surplus (1.16 PM)
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+++ 8.12 PM: Suspected terrorist financing: the police searched the Berlin mosque +++
In Berlin, investigators search for the early Tuesday morning premises of a mosque, and other objects. There are suspicions of terrorist financing, informed the Prosecutor’s office. The 45-Year-old Ahmad A., of the appearance in Public as Imam Abul Baraa, a jihadist fighter in Syria the money “for the purchase of equipment for the Commission of terrorist offences”, it said in a Tweet, the General Prosecutor’s office.
The 45-year-old Ahmad A., of the appearance in public under the name Abul Baraa as Imam, is suspicious, a jihadi fighter in Syria, money for the purchase of equipment, terrorist offences, objects to the Commission to have made available.
— GenStA Berlin (@GStABerlin) December 18, 2018
the As-Sahaba mosque in the Wedding district, and other objects were Affected. The police according to information with officials of the land office of criminal investigation, including the state protection and special forces in use. For details, don’t want to say to a spokesman in the Morning.
Since the early hours of the morning. in a method of the General Prosecutor’s office in Berlin due to the financing of terrorism several objects, including the premises in the As-Sahaba mosque in Berlin-Wedding, Berlin police searched
— GenStA Berlin (@GStABerlin) December 18, 2018
+++ 7.27 PM: Sexual harassment: Ex-CBS chief, no severance payment +++
The former CBS chief Les Moonves gets must, after allegations of sexual harassment to a severance payment in the amount of $ 120 million (106 million euros). As a justification, the management Board of the US television channel on Monday (local time) called, among other things, a violation of company policy and a breach of his contract of employment. In addition, Moonves had failed to cooperate with the investigations of the company, informed the station.
Moonves was transferred after allegations of sexual harassment in September as group chief Executive of CBS. The company had communicated at the time, he’ll get his severance pay only, if this should prove to be false.
+++ 7.05 PM: Indonesia: White Orang-Utan comes back in the Wilderness +++
probably The only white Orang-Utan in the world, a female named Alba, is allowed to return in freedom. The approximately seven-year-old animal should be released into the wild this week in the jungle of the island of Borneo, the Indonesian government and the animal protection organization BOS said on Tuesday. The new home to the Albino monkey lady is in the future of the national Park Bukit Baka Bukit Raya in the Indonesian part of the island.
The extremely rare animal with the white fur and blue eyes, was discovered in April 2017 to Borneo in a remote village, neglected and locked in a tiny wooden cage. From there she was taken to a rescue centre of the animal welfare organisation, Borneo Orangutan Survival (BOS), you aufpäppelte. She lived there but also behind Guttern.
+++ 6.05 PM: environment Minister Schulze wants to ask the tobacco industry for tilting radicals to the Fund +++
the Federal environment Minister, Svenja Schulze (SPD) wants to work for the tobacco industry to the costs for clean-up of discarded cigarettes contribute. “Who is disposable making articles, such as cigarettes, will in the future need to take more responsibility for the waste take on,” said Schulze, the Newspapers of the Funke media group (Tuesday editions). The cigarette industry could be involved, for example, the costs for cleaning beaches or Parks.
The European Parliament had initially demanded a share of the costs of the tobacco industry as an aggravating measure for the planned single-use plastic-policy. On the Directive of the EU Commission, the European Parliament and of the Council of Ministers
+++ 4.18 PM: USA to deny Trump a commitment for Gulen’s extradition +++
US President Donald Trump has said Turkey, according to information from the White house, no extradition of the preacher Fethullah Gülen course will discuss on Tuesday. At the G20 summit in Buenos Aires two weeks ago, there had been no such commitment Trumps to the Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said a senior U.S. government representative on Monday evening (local time) in Washington. Turkish foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu was reported in Parliament in Ankara on alleged US efforts to expel gülen’s.