US News aged 100 years old, a former Nazi camp goalkeeper soon judged in Germany-press
coach rice leaves VfL training camp: «Private reasons»
Trainer Thomas Rice has surprisingly left the training camp from newcomer VfL Bochum in South Tyrol on Thursday. At the short message service Twitter, the Football Bundesligist declared that the departure of the 47-year-old had to be done from "important private reasons". "The coach will return to Bruneck as soon as possible," wrote the climber without calling details. Already on Saturday, rice will be reckoned, said a club spokesman.
Germany-Nazi / trial: aged 100 years old, a former Nazi camp goalkeeper soon tried in Germany-press
Frankfurt, August 1st (Reuters ) - A former guardian of the Nazi concentration camp of Sachsenhausen, near Berlin, will be judged in autumn in Germany some 76 years after the end of the Second World War, reports Sunday Welt am Sonntag.
According to the German Dominical newspaper, the District Court of Neuruppin retained against him the accusations of complicity of murder on 3,500 people, and the trial must begin in October.
The accused, today 100 years old, should be able to bear two hours to two and a half hours of hearing a day, clarified the Journal a spokesman for the Tribunal.
Bochum Bockhorn tested positively on coronavirus
With unclear diagnosis, Allrounder Herbert Bockhorn had left the Bochum training camp on Tuesday. At home, he has now been positively tested for Covid-19. © imago images / team 2 Herbert Bockhorn has been positively tested for the coronavirus.
The latter was not available immediately to make a comment.
The accused, whose name has not been made public in accordance with the rules in force in the German media on the identity of the suspects, would have worked between 1942 and 1945 in the camp where 200,000 people were imprisoned, and 20,000 murdered. .
Although the number of Nazi crimes leaders continues to decline over time, magistrates are still trying to bring any individual suspected of having participated in the horrors of the Second World War.
The first conviction in 2011 of a person who worked in a concentration camp made jurisprudence, paving the way for other procedures since such a function is now liable to prosecution, without the proof of a specific crime either brought. (Reporting Arno Schuetze, Gilles Guillaume for the French version)
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about every fourth produced beer produced in the EU is brewed in Germany. In 2020, according to the European Statistics Agency Eurostat, almost 32 billion liters of alcoholic beer in the EU were produced. © Marcel Kusch / DPA beer bottles are stored in a cold store. Around every fourth produced beer comes from Germany. 24 percent of them - or 7.5 billion liters - were manufactured in Germany. According to the official data, Germany is the largest beer producer in the EU.