• 5000 euros fine for fish mistreatment

    5000 euros fine for fish mistreatment

    wurzburg February 2, 2018 16:39 Hot Recent News

    The German musician Marten Laciny, better known as rapper Marteria, was found guilty of animal abuse, in this case a fish. According to the media, he pays a fine of 5000 euros. The 35-year-old artist likes to throw a fishing rod in his spare time and did so successfully last year in May after a gig in Würzburg. He pulled a big carp on the side, posed for a few seconds and then let the beast slip back into the water.

  • German horror clowns convicted
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    German horror clowns convicted

    wurzburg May 3, 2017 15:48 Hot Recent News

    The German judge condemned two female horror clowns on Wednesday because of serious bodily injury. The young duo from Bavaria knocked and rang with another third girlfriend on a night in September at several houses in the Würzburg region.

  • Drama dead teenagers Bavaria on aggregate

    Drama dead teenagers Bavaria on aggregate

    wurzburg February 2, 2017 07:09 Hot Recent News

    The death of six teenagers between the ages of eighteen and nineteen years at the Bavarian village of Arnstein is probably caused by carbon monoxide emitted by a generator. This announced the authorities Thursday in Würzburg.

  • Syrian challenges Facebook selfiemisbruik

    Syrian challenges Facebook selfiemisbruik

    berlin January 14, 2017 19:21 Hot Recent News

    A nineteen-year-old Syrian refugee who became famous for a selfie with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Facebook into court. He blames the company enough to have acted against the abuse of his photos, message news channel Al Arabiya Saturday.

  • Brit scatters money on Autobahn

    Brit scatters money on Autobahn

    wurzburg December 25, 2016 16:39 Hot Recent News

    A 62-year-old Briton has unwittingly Saturday a 'money rain' caused by the German highway. After refueling, he had here are particularly well-stocked purse on the roof of his car laid along the A31 from Würzburg and subsequently forgotten.

  • German government wants to expand surveillance

    German government wants to expand surveillance

    berlin December 21, 2016 14:54 Hot Recent News

    The German government wants more surveillance in public places, including systems that can recognize license plates of cars and body cams for runners. The Cabinet approved Wednesday a number of proposals to this effect by Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere (CDU) well.

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