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+++ 7:44 PM: an Experiment in Finland: Basic income will make you happier +++

A basic income is not increasing according to a study by the well-being of the recipient, however, leads to more employment. This is the preliminary result, researchers in Finland. Final conclusions from the Experiment could however not be drawn, since not all the data have been evaluated. In Germany, too, has been discussed for a long time on models such as an unconditional basic income, the fronts go partly across the parties.

About two years of randomly selected unemployment in Finland had been paid in Finland in 2000 to 560 euros a month. The money did not have to pay tax on the subjects between the ages of 25 and 58 years. 31. December ended the Experiment.

+++ 7:15 p.m.: tens of thousands of households in Sydney after a storm temporarily without power +++

A violent storm has caused a hold in the Australian metropolis Sydney for power outages in the tens of thousands of house. After thunderstorms and heavy rain, more than 40,000 households were in the night to Saturday, according to information from energy suppliers temporarily without electricity. More than 5000 of them remained, therefore, also on Saturday morning from the power supply is cut off.

+++ 7:43 PM: sister of Thailand’s king no longer occurs in the case of parliamentary elections +++

After the criticism of Thailand’s king Maha Vajiralongkorn and his sister to come in and sit in the parliamentary election in March. The party Thai Raksa Chart pulled back the candidacy of Princess Ubolratana for the office of the Prime Minister on Saturday. You can add yourself to the “Royal Assembly”, stated the party.

The king had criticized the candidacy of his older sister on Friday as “inappropriate and unconstitutional”. To bring a high-ranking member of the Royal family in the policy, was “against the Royal traditions and culture of the Nation,” it said in a statement. The monarchy is above politics.

+++ 7:09 p.m.: media: Second woman accuses the Deputy-Governor of Virginia sexual Assault before +++

After the racism allegations against the democratic Governor of the US state of Virginia has, according to media reports, a second woman accused of being his Deputy, a sexual Assault. The “Washington Post” reported on Friday, a woman from Maryland, throwing the Vice-Governor Justin Fairfax, a “deliberate and aggressive” attack in the year 2000, both at Duke University studied. According to CNN, the woman, rape charges allegations against Fairfax.

Fairfax would take in the event of a resignation, the office of the under considerable pressure Gourverneus Ralph Northam. The 39-Year-old was rejected on Monday accusations by another woman, sharply. The encounter in a hotel room 15 years ago was “a hundred percent in agreement,” said Fairfax.

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+++ 5:22 p.m.: Guaidó U.S. military intervention in Venezuela +++

Venezuela’s self-appointed transitional President Juan Guaidó does not want to exclude an authorized U.S. military intervention in the South American crisis of the state. He will do “everything Necessary” to save lives, said the oppositional Parliament President on Friday, the AFP news Agency in an Interview. He acknowledged, however, that Intervention by the USA was a “very controversial topic”.

+++ 5:07 Scholz supported Nahles’ Plan for welfare state reform +++

The SPD leader Andrea Nahles has in their plans for moving away from the social system Hartz IV, and thus for a reorientation of the party, obviously the back cover of Vice-Chancellor Olaf Scholz. The time have changed, the SPD would therefore suggest a good fifteen years after the most recent fundamental reforms to “re-modernisation of the social state”, – said the Vice-party chief of “süddeutsche Zeitung”. On Sunday and Monday, the SPD wants to advise the Board on a two-day conference on concrete ideas.

+++ 4:47 am to: Herrmann calls for registration of all arrivals and Departures in Europe +++

Prior to the “Workshop” of the CDU to the in-migration has voted Bavaria’s interior Minister Joachim Herrmann (CSU) for a European entry and exit register. “We need to have a clear control over who enters the European Union,” said Herrmann of düsseldorf “Rheinische Post”. The United States had after the attacks of 2001, a comprehensive registration system for entries and Exits created, it works exceptionally well.

+++ 3:20 p.m.: More than 500 people in the Democratic Republic of the Congo on Ebola +++

In the East of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the number of Ebola deaths has risen to have died within six months, to more than 500. Since August, 502 people died and 271 people become healthy, informed, the Ministry of health in Kinshasa on Friday evening. Among the dead were 441 confirmed Ebola cases and 61 suspected cases. With 147 deaths, the 800,000 residents of the city of Beni in the troubled province of North Kivu is particularly strong.

+++ 1:54 p.m.: the Second summit between Trump and Kim in Hanoi instead of +++

The second summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and the North Korean ruler Kim Jong-Un’s capital Hanoi in the Vietnam. The Trump announced on Friday evening (local time) on Twitter. That the Meeting on the 27th. and 28. February would be held in Vietnam, had already been known. The exact site had not informed the White house but, as of yet.

+++ 0:03 PM: integration Council for the abolition of English in primary schools +++

Tayfun Keltek, Chairman of the integration Council, in favour of primary schools and more Turkish, Polish, and Russian. “I am in favour of the English lessons in primary schools should be abolished – not just in the first two years of school. Best foreign languages to learnnt, if you set the language from native speakers would be taught,” said Keltek to the “Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger”. “About a third of all children in North Rhine-Westphalia has a migration background. You speak, for example, Turkish, Russian, Polish. For the German children, it would be easier, they would learn these languages. And the migrant children would have more time to focus on the German,” added Keltek. In Cologne 50 percent of the children had a migration background. “They grow up bilingual. It would be better to deepen the knowledge of the mother tongue and in English, then the English you later,” said Keltek.

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