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Volvo will no longer sell gasoline models in 2025

The ambitions of the Swedish manufacturer Volvo in terms of electrification were already well known. Basically, he hopes to sell at least a million EVs a year by 2025 and have those account for half of his total sales. Now Volvo is adding it up: the other half of its sales will be hybrid models, which means there should be no new, all-gasoline vehicles in dealer yards for less than five years. The announcement comes alongside major investments to internally develop the electric motors that will power the next generation of Volvo vehicles (based on the SPA 2 platform). A new laboratory designed for this purpose has just opened in Shanghai, China. It is added to that of Göteborg as well as to the battery laboratories already established in Sweden and China. Photo: Volvo Volvo believes...
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Life of intercultural couples: In search of the golden mean

VA few weeks ago, the Federal Statistical Office in Wiesbaden announced that 26 percent of people in Germany have a so-called “migration background”. The coexistence of diverse cultures and different traditions and values ​​is becoming normal in this country - even for people who are starting a family in Germany today. What role do the various values ​​and customs play in intercultural couples? What difficulties, what opportunities does the encounter of cultures bring with it? And what does all of this mean for the ideas of family that are common in Germany? ...
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Algeria: President Tebboune infected with coronavirus, in a climate of uncertainty

Algiers - Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune was infected with the coronavirus, plunging the country into a climate of political uncertainty in the aftermath of a constitutional referendum which resulted in a scathing setback for the regime. Mr. Tebboune, 74 years old and a heavy smoker, "continues to receive treatment in a German specialist hospital, after being infected with the novel coronavirus", said the Algerian presidency in a brief statement. "The medical staff ensures that the President reacts to the treatment and that his state of health is gradually improving in accordance with the health protocol", s...
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“My hijab is not a source of discord”, testifies another teacher

Ratnakorn Piyasirisorost via Getty ImagesAnother Muslim teacher who testified at the state secularism law trial on Tuesday said her headscarf has no impact on the way she teaches and has never been a source of tension or discord with his students and their parents. Bouchera Chelbi has been teaching English as a second language for 12 years to Montreal students.“I do not see any conflict between my faith and the way I dispose of my teaching,” she declared to Superior Court judge Marc-André Blanchard on the second day of the trial.The origin of her students, their religion or their sexual orientation has no impact, she says: “I do not have a bias towards the students. It is important that everyone is treated equally. ”She assures that she has ...
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Sara Kohan explodes and clarifies that the true father of her son is “Chicharito” Hernández | The NY Journal

Javier “Chicharito” Hernández is in the eye of the hurricane on and off the field. Photo: Xavier Hernández / Imago7 After they circulated various rumors that questioned paternity of "Chicharito" Hernández of the son he has with Sarah Kohan and that they pointed out the possibility that the real father was Diego Dreyfus, the footballer's life coach, The Australian model clarified the situation through social networks. Through an Instagram story, the sentimental partner of the LA Galaxy forward was blunt in ensuring that the father of his son Noah, despite the color of his eyes, is the former Sevilla player. “I wouldn't have to explain anything, but things in the media got out of hand. I'm tired of the messages that point out th...
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Biden lead over Trump of 7.2 points in latest polls

Biden leads Trump by 7.2 points in latest pollsThe Democrat is ahead in key states like Florida and North CarolinaThe magic number of delegates required by the winner is 270Biden advantage over Trump. Democratic White House hopeful Joe Biden leads the president of the United States, Donald Trump, who is running for re-election, in 7.2 points ahead of the elections this Tuesday, according to the average of polls of RealClearPolitics.According to these data, Biden goes ahead with an average of 2.3 points in the key states of Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Arizona.In those states, Trump tops the polls by a narrow margin of 0.2 points in North Carolina, while the rest are led by the Democrat.In Florida, the former vice president of Barack Obama (2009-...
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Current status of the 2020 US election: Joe Biden or Donald Trump – who is ahead?

fromMarvin ZiegeleconcludeThe US elects a new president. Who is currently ahead in the 2020 US election - Donald Trump or Joe Biden? The current status. Am 03. November 2020 a new US president is elected in the USA. Can the incumbent President Donald Trump be re-elected? According to recent surveys, Joe Biden is clearly ahead. +++ Update ticker ++++++ 8.00 p.m .: During a visit to his Campaign workers on the day of presidential election in the USA has Donald Trump shown confident of victory. "I think we are going to have a great night," said Trump on Tuesday in Arlington near Washington. The numbersthat he sees from the states of Texas, Arizona or Florida are very good. Loud current status the Republican President ranks behind his Democratic challenger Joe Biden - both nationw...
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Attack in Vienna: could the terrorist attack have been prevented?

NGreen circles and red angles have been sprayed onto the cobblestones of Seitenstettengasse and Judengasse. It's the forensics markings. In these places, the investigators found traces of the terrorist attack on Monday evening by a 20-year-old Viennese with family roots in the Balkans, who believed himself to be in the Islamic "holy war" in his home town. The day after, the whole city seems paralyzed. The streets are far less busy than usual. But this cannot be primarily due to the corona restrictions imposed by the government, because for a month they affect the exit in the evening, not during the day. ...
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Big worries about Maradona! Argentine football legend needs emergency surgery

Bad news from Diego Armando Maradona. As reported by the Argentine media, the football legend has to be operated on. Maradona has a blood clot in her brain. The timing of the operation is said to be unclear. The now 60-year-old was admitted to hospital a few days after his birthday because of mental problems. In general, his condition should already have been poor at this point. Maradona had eaten almost nothing.Worries about football legend Maradona"It was a somewhat difficult week emotionally for him. It was under a lot of pressure. That was very psychological. He suffers from anemia and is a bit dehydrated," said his personal doctor Leopaldo Luque at TyC Sposts.So now the next big shock to the former Argentine soccer star. Fans worldwide keep their fingers crossed fo...
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Early voting far exceeds the 2016 record: more than 100 million have already voted | The NY Journal

A person exercises his right to vote early this Monday at a polling station in Bowie, Maryland. Photo: Michael Reynolds / EFE WASHINGTON - Early Voting at elections to be held this Tuesday in the United States it reached a record when it exceeded 100 million votes, driven by the pandemic of the coronavirus, according to the US Elections Project. The institution of the University of Florida indicated that early votes now total 100,796,871, of which 35.9 million correspond to in-person votes registered in previous days and another 64.8 million to votes by mail. With this figure, added to the votes cast by voters and those sent by mail and not yet counted, it is expected that the 136.6 million voters, or 55.7% of the electorate,...
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American Artists: We’re Not Going To Break!

Mr. Johns, Mr. Stella, what is your experience of the pandemic and how do you think the authorities are managing it? Jasper Johns: I continue to work in my studio. There are fewer visitors and we are trying to follow guidelines suggested by the health authorities. Frank Stella: Everyone says to themselves: don't get crazy! I can go to the studio one or two days a week, when I'm at home I do a lot ...
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American Artists: We’re Not Going To Break!

Mr. Johns, Mr. Stella, what is your experience of the pandemic and how do you think the authorities are managing it? Jasper Johns: I continue to work in my studio. There are fewer visitors and we are trying to follow guidelines suggested by the health authorities. Frank Stella: Everyone says to themselves: don't get crazy! I can go to the studio one or two days a week, when I'm at home I do a lot ...
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