The #German government has reacted unusually harshly to the poisoning of the Kremlin critic #Nawalny. What is the #European response to the accusations made against #Moscow?
Now the evidence is available from a Bundeswehr laboratory: The Russian government critic #Nawalny has been poisoned with a #nerveagent. The Federal Government demands an explanation from #Moscow.
The first #Tesla e-cars are to be launched near #Berlin next summer. Even the Corona pandemic is not expected to change this.
In many large cities a battle has broken out over public space. In Berlin there is to be much less space for cars in the future. How this can work is now to be demonstrated in Berlin's popular Friedrichstraße.
A good five months ago, the German government issued a worldwide travelwarning for tourists about Corona. For almost all countries outside of Europe it is still valid today. This will remain so for the time being.
#GretaThunberg was a guest in theChancellor's office in #Berlin. After the meeting with Chancellor #AngelaMerkel, the #climateactivist had demanded more courage and foresight from politicians and leaders.
The number of new infections continues to rise. It is now becoming apparent that more and more people are probably getting infected abroad.
The situation in Belarus has also caused concern abroad. Merkel and Macron insist on a violent dialogue. Clear words also come from the Kremlin - addressed to the West.
The summer holidays are gradually coming to an end - and for those returning from many holiday regions, this means not only unpacking suitcases, but also taking a corona test.