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Non-profit housing: a disservice to the housing market

WITHu One of the strange ideas in German housing policy is that restoring non-profit status would improve conditions on the housing market. This demand comes from the Greens, the left and parts of the SPD and is by no means only gaining momentum in circles remote from the economy. The aim is to strengthen housing associations that operate without profit making. In return, they should be exempt from taxes and receive other benefits such as cheap state building land. This should enable low rents, especially in large cities. ...
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CBS share news: CBS gains 0.7 percent

With a plus of 0.7 percent, the value media group and media group CBS was one of the best performers of the day. At the close of trading, the price of the share was EUR 29.40. The share media group and media group CBS was one of the basically unchanged values ​​of the day at the end of trading with an increase of 0.68 percent. Compared to yesterday's close of trading of EUR 29.20, it could barely noticeably improve by 20 cents to EUR 29.40. The media group and media group started trading on Friday at a price of EUR 29.40. The daily high was 29.40 euros. At 23.9 percent, CBS shares were significantly below the 52-week high, which is 38.65 euros. It was achieved on December 23, 2019. The 52-week low comes from March 18, 2020 and is EUR 9.40. The share reached 1.5 ...
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An English hiker missing in the center of the Pyrenees

Going hiking on November 22 in Luchonnais, a 37-year-old Englishwoman remains nowhere to be found. - PGHM Luchon A 37-year-old Englishwoman disappeared this week in the Pyrenees. According to the PGHM (high mountain gendarmerie platoon) of Bagnères-de-Luchon, Ester Maria D. left for the mountains on Sunday and had planned to return on Wednesday. The research concerns a sector which extends from the port of Glère to the port of Vénasque, at the center of the chain, both on the French side and on the Spanish side. "Even if we understand the emotion aroused by this behavior during this period of confinement, t...
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Biathlon LIVE: Alleluia, biathlon is back! Follow the individual men of Kontiolahti live

You bastard, we missed you. We like summer and its sweets (well, when the Covid doesn't spoil it for us), but we must say what is: the best season is that of biathlon. After the retirement of Martin Fourcade, our French team is now attacking Johannes Boe without their usual boss, but with arguments: Quentin Fillon-Maillet, Simon Desthieux, Emilien Jacquelin all dream of taking over. And we will be able to measure from this individual on the side of Kontiolahti, in Finland, what it will give. >> We'll meet at 10:50 am to follow it live ... Reference-www.20minutes.fr
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Danish animal drama continues: Corona minks are to be dug up again

The carcasses of several killed minks in Denmark may soon be dug up from their final resting place. Several parties in parliament in Copenhagen fear that the culled fur animals could secrete phosphorus and nitrogen during the decomposition process and thus contaminate drinking water or bathing water. That is why a political majority is in favor of digging up the animals.Denmark: Minks to be dug up and burnedThe Danish government is now taking a closer look at this possibility: the government, like anyone else, does not want the mink to cause pollution or other problems, the new food minister Rasmus Prehn told TV2 on Friday. Together with the other parliamentary parties and the responsible authorities, they want to analyze whether it is the right approach to dig up the minks and th...
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Four arrests in Lyon after the assault of a police officer

After the assault on a police officer in front of his home in Lyon, on the night of June 13 to 14, the judicial investigation has just made progress. Four young people were arrested, indicted and imprisoned for aggravated violence, Thursday, November 19. This second wave of arrests is in addition to the three arrests made a few days after the facts. Three suspects, aged 14, 17 and 18, were indicted on June 17. The youngest minor had been left free. The other two remain placed under warrant of committal. After the rejection of a request for release in July, a new hearing of the investigating chamber devoted to this case should be held on Tuesday 1er December. Seven young people are now suspected of having participated in the sudden and violent punitive expedition, ...
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The virus as the king of algorithms: We have been switched off and on again

Dear Giorgio Agamben, You will still remember our long conversation in Venice, which became a broadcast in one of my culture magazines under the title “Uscita - the message from the way out”. The question at the time was why we don't have a theory of terror. That was a conversation in relatively quiet times. We now live in November time, I am significantly further north than you and in the time of...
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For so-called “non-essential” businesses, the time to reopen tinged with apprehension

Will the customers be there? All over France, toy, ready-to-wear or leather goods stores, bookstores or hairdressing salons will be able to reopen their doors on Saturday, November 28, feverishly attacking the home stretch until the end of the year celebrations. Restaurants or gyms must remain closed, but, from Printemps department stores to small bookstores, from record stores to Swedish giant Ikea, it is the effervescence among those who can reopen as part of the easing of confinement. "I know how great the expectation is and how much this contributes to our daily life, to the life of our town centers, our town centers", observed Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday. On Saturday, the Prime Minister, Jean Castex, and the Minister of the Economy, Bruno Le Maire, will tr...
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Soon the end for the “Cycling Help”?

In a bicycle repair shop of the "velo en ville" collective, in Marseille (Photo illustration) - P.MAGNIEN / 20 MINUTES Established on May 11 and already extended in September, the “Cycling Help” runs for the moment until the end of the year. Barbara Pompili, Minister for the Ecological Transition, is due to speak on her fate on Monday. The bicycle promotion associations fear that the government will stop the experiment there. Too bad, they say, while "this device has made it possible to repair a million bicycles since May and to create 500 jobs among repairers". These associations are asking for the exte...
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“Hold the republican line”, the letter from the Paris prefect to the police

The prefect of Paris, Didier Lallement, August 1, 2020. - NICOLAS MESSYASZ / SIPA In a particularly tense context between the police and the citizens, against a backdrop of police violence and the “global security” law, the Paris police prefect, Didier Lallement, asked the police under his authority to hold “the republican line until” at the end ”, in a letter addressed to each of them. While the beating by police officers of a black music producer in his Parisian studio, raised a wave of indignation, the prefect said he could "count on probity, a sense of honor and ethics" police officers. This beating was m...
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Bishops refuse to limit attendance to Masses to thirty people

Celebration of mass at the Saint-Sulpice church on November 1 in Paris. THIBAULT CAMUS / AP Nothing goes any more between the Catholic Church and the State. The conditions for resuming public celebrations of Mass - like other cults - in the first phase of deconfinement led to an angry reaction from many bishops. To the point that some of them announced that they would not enforce the limit to thirty of the authorized number of faithful for masses in public, Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 November. In some churches, therefore, this numerus clausus decreed by the government for health reasons at least until December 15 will probably not be observed this weekend. This act of civil disobedience to the decision announced by Emmanuel Macron on T...
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In the face of Iran, the extremism of the Trump administration

President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence on November 24 at the White House. SUSAN WALSH / AP The assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, considered the father of Iran's military nuclear program, on Friday, November 27, did not really surprise the experts in the matter in Washington. The scheduled departure of Donald Trump from the White House and the arrival of Joe Biden on January 20 must indeed be accompanied by a complete reversal of Washington's policy, to the chagrin of the "hawks" in the maneuver since. 2016. The latter could only welcome the unilateral American withdrawal, in 2018, from the Iranian nuclear agreement concluded in 2015 and the multiplication of sanctions as part of a strategy of "Maximum pressure". The elected pre...