Proceedings against Kern – Mannheimer Morgen

Landau / Sort.The Supervision and Service Directorate (ADD) Trier has initiated disciplinary proceedings against the controversial Landau teacher Myriam Kern. Since the end of August, the ADD has been checking whether Kern’s behavior at a right-wing demonstration in Berlin in 2018 and the multiple utterance of right-wing slogans made such a procedure necessary. Now an … Read more

Kartes should run – Mannheimer Morgen

Ludwigshafen.The board members of the CDU district associations Ludwigshafen, Frankenthal and Rhein-Pfalz-Kreis have spoken out in favor of Torbj√∂rn Kartes (photo) running again for the 2021 federal election. The 41-year-old lawyer was unanimously proposed as a candidate in their respective meetings, the Union announced on Friday. The nomination conference with 60 delegates from the three … Read more

Queue in cold, wind and rain

Even the weather can’t hold back the hard-boiled: With cool six degrees, constant rain and strong wind, they will be in the art street from late morning to be among the first to be allowed to enter the new Zalando outlet. As reported, the online fashion and shoe retailer opened its ninth inner-city store nationwide … Read more

Dangerous to the heart – Mannheimer Morgen

Frankfurt / Main.Those with heart problems are more reluctant to take supplements. These agents increase the risk of consuming certain vitamins and minerals in excessive amounts. In the end, this could do more harm to health than benefit, warns the German Heart Foundation. In addition, taking such capsules, powders or concentrates may place less emphasis … Read more

Security leak in mail app from iPhones

Bonn.The email app on Apple’s iPhones and iPad tablets has security gaps that will soon be closed with an update of the operating system. The Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) raised the alarm and recommended that users delete the app or switch off email synchronization until then. The vulnerabilities “potentially read, change and delete … Read more

Can artificial intelligence help us fight the corona pandemic, Mr. Ramge?

On January 9, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned the world: In the Chinese province of Hubei, an unusually large number of patients with persistent pneumonia are hospitalized. There are many indications that they were infected with a new virus. This may have jumped onto people at a fish and poultry market in the … Read more