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21.06.2020

"Reading stabbings: Suspect revealed as Libyan Khairi Saadallah as police declare terror incident"

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/06/21/reading-stabbings-park-three-dead-killed-knife-attack/

Der Telegraph berichtet über die Messerattacke in Reading, die von den Behörden als Terroranschlag eines libyschen Flüchtlings eingestuft wird. Bislang sind drei Todesopfer zu beklagen. "It is understood Mr Saadallah came to Britain several years ago as a refugee following the civil war in Libya. Mental health is being considered a major factor in the incident, a security source said. Armed counter terrorism police raided his flat in nearby Basingstoke Road late on Saturday night and removed a number of items including a large circular saw. Neil Basu, the head of Counter Terror Police, said officers were not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident."

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16.06.2020

"Donald Trump to cut half of US troops in 'delinquent' Germany"

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/06/15/donald-trump-cut-half-us-troops-delinquent-germany/

US-Präsident Trump hat seine Pläne zur Reduzierung der Zahl der US-Truppen in Deutschland vor der Presse bekräftigt. "Donald Trump said he is cutting the number of American troops in Germany by half because Berlin is 'delinquent' in its contributions to Nato and treats the US 'badly' on trade. The US president told reporters there are 52,000 US soldiers stationed in Germany. 'It's a tremendous cost to the United States,' he said. 'So we're removing a number down to, we're putting the number down to 25,000 soldiers.' There are only between 34,000 and 35,000 US soldiers permanently stationed in Germany, according to the Pentagon, although rotation of units mean the overall number can temporarily top 50,000."

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08.06.2020

"Satellite images of packed Wuhan hospitals suggest coronavirus outbreak began earlier than thought"

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/06/08/satellite-images-packed-wuhan-hospitals-suggest-coronavirus/

Einer Untersuchung der Harvard Medical School zufolge könnte die Coronakrise in China viel früher als bisher angenommen ausgebrochen sein. "Coronavirus may have broken out in the Chinese city of Wuhan much earlier than previously thought, according to a new US study looking at satellite imagery and internet searches. The Harvard Medical School research found that the number of cars parked at major Wuhan hospitals at points last autumn was much higher than the preceding year. It also found that searches from the Wuhan region for information on 'cough' and 'diarrhea', known Covid-19 symptoms, on the Chinese search engine Baidu spiked around the same time. (…) Researchers accept the evidence is circumstantial but believe it adds weight to suggestions an outbreak happened in Wuhan earlier than thought. 'Something was happening in October,' Dr Brownstein told ABC News. 'Clearly, there was some level of social disruption taking place well before what was previously identified as the start of the novel coronavirus pandemic.'"

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17.05.2020

"A statue and a case of ricin: How a suburban Czech mayor sparked a diplomatic war with Russia"

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/05/17/statue-case-ricin-suburban-czech-mayor-sparked-diplomatic-war
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In Tschechien habe die Verlegung einer Statue des sowjetischen Weltkriegs-Generals Ivan Konev einen "diplomatischen Krieg" zwischen Prag und Moskau ausgelöst, berichtet Matthew Day. "When Ondrej Kolar arranged for a statue of a Soviet general to be moved from a town square to a local museum, he didn’t expect his life to be upended. Now the 36-year-old mayor of Prague 6, a green and leafy district of the Czech capital, has found himself at the centre of an alleged assassination plot that could have been lifted from of the pages of a Cold-War thriller. (…) Mr Kolar was placed under police protection not long after Respekt, a Czech news magazine, ran a story on how a Russian official, identified later by Czech media as Andrei Konchakov, had apparently arrived in Prague with a case containing ricin. Two other local politicians, including the mayor of Prague, also received police protection for apparently angering Moscow for their handling of historical monuments commemorating the war."

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