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Santa claus hunt with rough halali

Santa Claus hunt with rough halali

This year, too, the nicholas hunt took place in the forchheim forestry operation, the oesdorf state hunting district of the bavarian state forestry commission. This involves two hunts in the lower marrow and the adelsdorfer marrow in the oesdorf/wimmelbach area up to the hochstadt county border with an area of 2,000 hectares. Deer and wild boar are hunted during the pressure hunt across the hunting grounds, as required by law.

District leader erich daum buried the approximately 200 hunters, divided into 17 groups, at the starting point, the forecourt at the fire station in wimmelbach. As non-hunting guests of honor, landrat hermann ulm and burgermeister gerd zimmer from hausen delivered short greetings at the starting point.

Stephan keilholz from the forchheim forestry operation of the bavarian state forests and hans dittmann, chairman of the BJV forchheim, took an active part in the pressure hunt.

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A damp squeegee: from strange firefighting operations

A damp squeegee: from strange firefighting operations

The kitzingen fire department is called out between 180 and 200 times a year. Most of the time, it’s accidents to which the volunteers are called – and, of course, fires. However, there are also missions that are simply unnecessary, not only from the point of view of the firefighters, as markus ungerer, the commander of the kitzingen fire department, reported. "Some people really think we’re girls for everything," says ungerer.

Some examples from the mission diary. Wednesday 15. May 2013. Call to the fire department. After rainfall, a woman reports water in the basement. The volunteers are taken away from the workplace and set off in two emergency vehicles. On arrival then the surprise. Just one centimeter of water covers the floor. Not a case for the fire department, more a case for rags and buckets, says ungerer. "Wiping out damp is not part of our job".

"Some people really think we are girls for everything"." Commander markus ungerer on unnecessary calls

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Thailand’s head of government remains in office under trannies

Thailand's head of government remains in office under trannies

Thailand’s prime minister yingluck shinawatra rejects immediate resignation despite ongoing protests. The 46-year-old was overcome with tears when she appealed to the demonstrators who had come out for the 2. To accept the new elections scheduled for february as a solution and not to attack her family any further. "I have already given in so much, i don’t know how to give in any more," she said during a press conference.

The opposition, however, does not want new elections, because the ruling party was allowed to win this one as well. They aim at a profound restructuring of the political system. Word leader suthep thaugsuban declared late last night that his protest group would appoint a prime minister itself, since yingluck had lost all legitimacy.

A few thousand demonstrators hoard his speech in front of the government headquarters in bangkok – far fewer than the more than 100,000 government generals who had gathered there the day before. Due to a holiday it was quieter on tuesday. Only small groups paraded through the city with thai flags, which have become a symbol of opposition.

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Trump reportedly only announced iran nuclear deal because of obama

Trump reportedly only announced iran nuclear deal because of obama

According to a media report, u.S. President donald trump unilaterally announced the nuclear deal with iran, primarily for personal reasons, to spite his predecessor barack obama.

The mail on sunday newspaper on sunday republished details of confidential dispatches from the now resigned british ambassador to washington. In it, ambassador kim darroch wrote that the pullout was an act of "diplomatic vandalism".

The 2015 vienna nuclear agreement was intended to prevent iran from developing nuclear weapons. In turn, sanctions and trade barriers of the west should fall. The nuclear agreement is considered one of the most important, though also one of the most controversial international agreements during the presidency of trump’s predecessor barack obama.