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    Milosevic widow dies in exile0

    Mira Markovic, the wife of former Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic, was considered a controversial ideologue, who acted with severity against political opponents. She was 76 years old. Was often called “Lady Macbeth of the Balkans”: Mira Markovic (with husband Slobodan Milosevic in 2000) Slobodan Milosevic’s widow is dead. Mirjana (“Mira”) Markovic died at the age of

  • Thunberg gets blessing from the pope

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    The climate protection activist Greta Thunberg is back on the road – of course by train. Your destination: Rome. There is also planned an encounter with Pope Francis. He should have great sympathy for the young Swede. Greta Thunberg will meet Pope Francis at the general audience this Wednesday. The 16-year-old belongs to the circle of visitors who

  • Learning to read with the personal mentor

    Learning to read with the personal mentor0

    Many students have problems reading and understanding texts. Thus, they run the risk of losing the social connection very early. Mentor helps you with simple but effective means. The lyrics are easily passed over to young Lina, she reads the sentences quickly. It’s about spring, the sprouting nature, the green that unfolds everywhere. The snow has melted and it

  • With “flying ash” for the environment

    With “flying ash” for the environment0

    Not so new problems, but a new consciousness – that makes new words: The word “flying ash” is so one. Behind it is a lot of CO2 and the awareness that flies can be toxic to the environment. Flying, as the European Environment Agency predicts, is the most environmentally damaging way to travel, at least


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  • Five ways you could become a memory champion

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    Frustrated at forgetting stuff? Some simple tricks could have dramatic positive effects. Most of us wish we had better memories. If only we didn’t get to the shop, knowing we must buy three things, but only remembering two. If only we didn’t go upstairs, only to forget why we went up there. If only we


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  • Japan celebrates the cherry blossom

    Japan celebrates the cherry blossom0

    The tradition of the 12th century, with the cherry blossom festival to greet the beginning of spring, is still alive. It is the best time to approach the often restrained Japanese and their way of life. For such a small and delicate flower, the cherry blossom in Japan is very important. After the long gray winter, the

  • Ten reasons for Baden-Württemberg

    Ten reasons for Baden-Württemberg0

    As a land of diversity, good food and romantic cities – this is how Germany’s third largest state of Baden-Württemberg presents its visitors. Stuttgart Of the 10.9 million inhabitants of Baden-Nuremberg, more than 600,000 live in the capital Stuttgart. In the center stands the New Castle. Duke Karl Eugen had the late Baroque building erected. After it was


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