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Controversial member of Parliament, André Poggenburg leaves AfD (22.36 PM)a Former concentration camp guards Palij died (21.23 PM)Brazil rises, according to the UN world-wide migration Pact (19.55)Fed chief warns of damage to U.S. economy by Etatsperre (19.17 hours), and Russia determined against British BBC channels to spread terrorist materials (17.44 PM)Merz advises the CDU in the future, in economic and financial policies (16.11 hours), and Court prohibits Amazons Wi-Fi-order buttons (15.31 PM)

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+++ 22.36 PM: Controversial Congressman André Poggenburg leaves AfD +++

The Saxony-Anhalt Landtag Deputy, André Poggenburg leaves the AfD. National Board member Kay Gottschalk confirmed to the DPA news Agency that the controversial politician had explained to his exit. Poggenburg did not comment on request. He was a former country party leader of the AfD in Saxony-Anhalt. The Federal Board of AfD had locked the name validly published recently for two years for all Offices. He was irritated a lot of people at the party-friends with right-wing Speeches and Twitter posts. In addition, there are speculations about a party establishment under the leadership of Poggenburgs.

+++ 21.23 PM: Former concentration camp guards Palij died

of The former concentration camp guards Jakiv Palij died, according to information of the “Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung”, at the age of 95 years. He died on Wednesday in an old people’s home in the North Rhine-Westphalian Ahlen, such as the “Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung” reported. The stateless Palij had only been in the last August from the USA to Germany deported. Palij was to US details of an armed guard in a Nazi forced labor camp and SS training camp at Trawniki in Nazi-occupied Poland. The in then Poland, today Ukraine belonging to the regions-born Palij immigrated in 1949 to the United States and received in 1957 the US citizenship. This was withdrawn in 2003, after it became evident that he had concealed from the US authorities for his Nazi past.