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Heckler & Koch complains against US company because of magazine
against the background of a large order of the Bundeswehr over 120,000 assault rifles draws the arm manufacturer Heckler & Koch in court. © Wolf von Dewitz / DPA / archive image The German weapons manufacturer Heckler & Koch sees itself confronted with patent allegations. One had submitted a "negative statement action" against the US company Magpul at the Düsseldorf district court, HK-Chef Jens Bodo Koch said the German Press Agency.
at the Berlin Museum Island will be awarded on Sunday (21.00 clock) the prices of this year's 71st Berlinale. The winners of the bears were announced in March when the film festival took place purely digital for the trade audience. The awarding of prices is now under the Berlinale Summer Specials. The festival shows the 126 Berlinale movies on 16 freezeelling sites.
The Golden Bear goes to the movie "Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn" of the Romanian filmmaker Radu Jew this year. In addition to the prices in the categories "Competition", "Berlinale Shorts" as well as "Encounters", the awards for the best documentary films will be awarded on Sunday.
Left Party Against Climate Policy Above all over price increases
The Left Party has pronounced against the background of the debate on rising fuel prices for climate protection, on the other hand, to operate climate policy, especially through higher prices. "We reject the demand of green, heating costs and fuel prices, we reject," said the left-top candidates Janine Wisser and Dietmar Bartsch in a position paper, which was present on Friday the news agency AFP.
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100 dollars for a coffee package: the incredible outbreak of prices in North Korea .
© Pixabay 100 dollars for a coffee package: the incredible outbreak of prices in North Korea The food situation in the country worried , while his procurement becomes "tense" according to the North Korean leader Kim Jong-one. These are hallucinating prices. In North Korea, a coffee package costs 100 dollars (about 85 euros) and a small pack of black tea 70 dollars (about 60 euros).