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Driving ban Even after several light violations - court condemns mobile AM tax users
driving bans are also justified after a pilot of small violations, now judges the Berlin Chamber Court. © Getty Images "Driving ban due to persistent compulsory violation for prohibited use of electronic devices." The Berlin Chamber Court (Higher Regional Court of the State of Berlin) overwrites one of his recent judgments (file numbers: 3 WS (b) 6/21, 3 WS (B) 6/21 - 122 SS 2/21).
100 machines of the Boeing problem flailer 737 max have been occupied with a startup ban,
The US aircraft manufacturer Boeing stands with its problem flailer 737 Max in front of new trouble, just under six months after the aircraft type was released from the US supervisory authorities again for flight operations. More than 100 aircraft may not take off because of a potential electrical problem, the delivery of new aircraft was partially exposed. Boeing and the US aviation authority FAA shared, they would work closely together to solve the problem.
Timo Glock: Trapped does not make mistakes than Hamilton
© Motorsport Images Lewis Hamilton and Max Stages Fighting at eye level The duel between defending champion Lewis Hamilton and challenger max stages is on the right way, the dominant history of Formula 1 To become season 2021. On the one side of the Brit, who strives for his eighth World Cup title and thus the sole rule in the record books. On the other side of one of the biggest driving talents ever, which wants to bring about the watch removal.
Critics are confirmed that the 737 max has been put into operation too early - and that problems that could have contributed to two deadly crashes have not been completely analyzed or solved.
to this Critics also include the prominent whistleblower Ed Pierson, who has already tried to bring allegedly poor production standards in the 737 manufacturing with electrical defects on the crashed aircraft. in his opinion could have been involved in both accidents.
After riots: CSU wants to ban demos with expected anti-Semitism .
The CSU in the Bundestag has asked the countries to examine a ban on future demonstrations with foreseeable anti-Semitic riots. © Picture Alliance / DPA A police vehicle is in front of the synagogue in Bonn. "If it is expected that anti-Semitism, flag incineration, which takes place scanddration of suspension, are the clearly expected offenses that it justify that these demonstrations are prohibited," said CSU country group boss Alexander Dobrindt on Tuesday in Berlin.