News of the day – News of November 11, 2022 – Politics

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Bavaria and other federal states are abolishing the corona isolation requirement. In Baden-Württemberg, Hesse and Schleswig-Holstein, too, infected people should no longer have to isolate themselves – in some cases as early as Wednesday. Federal Minister of Health Lauterbach considers this a mistake. Go to Article

EXCLUSIVE Nuclear repository will not come before 2046. Actually, by 2031, the place under which Germany’s radioactive waste is to be permanently disposed of should be fixed. Now internal documents show: That is completely impossible. Go to Article (SZ Plus)

Conflict between Paris and Rome over the refusal to accept refugees. With 230 migrants on board, the sea rescue ship Ocean Viking moored in the port of Toulon in southern France on Friday morning after Italy’s right-wing government failed to allow the NGO SOS Mediterranée’s ship to land. That is why there is now an open exchange of blows between Paris and Rome, which is likely to expand to EU level. Go to Article

Publicist Wolf Schneider is dead. He taught and shaped generations of journalists. Harald Schmidt called him “language officer”, he liked that. The publicist Wolf Schneider has died at the age of 97. Go to Article (SZ Plus)

Tehran is threatening the West with escalation. Despite the use of massive force, the Iranian regime is unable to get the protests in the country under control. There are fears that Iranian militias could now target Western targets in Iraq should international pressure escalate. Go to Article (SZ Plus)

CSU General Secretary Huber renounces his doctorate due to allegations of plagiarism. Although Martin Huber does not lose his doctorate, he voluntarily puts it on hold. A statement from his university is too critical. Go to Article

Musk threatens Twitter employees with bankruptcy Bankruptcy cannot be ruled out, says the new Twitter boss. This is intended to put pressure on employees to give everything to ensure the success of the company. Earlier in the week he laid off around half of the 7,500 employees. However, Musk is convinced that Twitter needs to cut further personnel costs. Go to Article (SZ Plus)

Habeck wants to reduce dependence on China. The federal government is taking the first concrete steps to open up new raw material and export markets for local industry. As reported by circles in the Ministry of Economics, the traffic light coalition has agreed to realign state support for German companies abroad and to give companies incentives to open up new sales markets. Go to Article (SZ Plus)

DFB women celebrate victory against the world champions from the USA. The German footballers win against the USA for the first time in 19 years – and amaze with skills that are attributed to Megan Rapinoe and Co. Go to Article

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Ukrainian troops reach the center of Kherson. After the withdrawal of Russian troops, the residents of Kherson welcomed the first Ukrainian soldiers with jubilation. But the advance in the region is hampered by Russian mines. Go to Article (SZ Plus)

Bundestag decides to continue nuclear power plant operation. In the Bundestag, the traffic light coalition sealed the temporary continued operation of three nuclear power plants until mid-April. But the vote becomes a warning shot. Several Greens vote against the coalition line. Go to Article

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