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German coup accused knew plot would ‘involve violence’, trial told

The Irish Times 29 Apr 2024
High treason trial of nine accused of membership of paramilitary group planning violent coup begins in Stuttgart ... Stuttgart is the first of a three-leg legal marathon, with 18 further suspects set to appear at separate trials in Munich and Frankfurt ... .
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Germany’s alleged coup: An aristocrat, an astrologer and an army officer go on trial for high treason

The Irish Times 28 Apr 2024
... three-ring legal circus ... But the unprecedented legal procedures – involving 27 defendants in three parallel court cases in Munich, Frankfurt and Stuttgart – will throw up many awkward questions, too.
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A short history of the party whip system in Irish politics

RTE 24 Apr 2024
Analysis ... By Martin O'Donoghue, Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory ... Parnell's pledge ... A looser whip? ... Dr Martin O'Donoghue is postdoctoral research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory in Frankfurt ... .
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Beau Breslin: Brown v. Board of Education at 70

Pittsburgh Tribune Review 22 Apr 2024
State-authorized and legally sanctioned stigmatization can no longer endure ... Enter Oliver Wendell Holmes, Louis Brandeis and Felix Frankfurter ... legal minds. Exit Holmes, Brandeis and Frankfurter.
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What it is to be a Jew today

Jewish Herald Voice 19 Apr 2024
• If Jews were no longer defined as a legal community, should they become public citizens who retained a private Jewish religion? ... Feldman is an American legal scholar and academic.
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Germany: 'Reichsb�rger' plot trial date set

Deutsche Welle 02 Apr 2024
Legal proceedings against a network of so-called "Reichsb�rger" will begin in Frankfurt on May 21. The extreme-right conspiracists are accused of planning a coup d'�tat to overthrow the Federal German government ... .
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Germany legalizes possession of small amounts of cannabis

TimesDaily 02 Apr 2024
FRANKFURT, GermanyMarijuana campaigners in Germany lit celebratory joints on Monday as the country legalized possession of small amounts of cannabis for recreational use over objections from doctors and police ... .
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Stenger Rechtsanwälte joins BARIG as new business partner

TravelDailyNews 28 Mar 2024
FRANKFURT AM MAIN – From legal details regarding the recruitment of foreign skilled workers to passenger rights and the General Data Protection Regulation. The demand for legal expertise in the ...
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Cannovum Cannabis AG: Federal Council confirms cannabis legalization as of April 1, 2024, positive growth opportunities in Europe's largest consumer market

Pharmiweb 22 Mar 2024
Federal Council confirms cannabis legalization as of April 1, 2024, positive growth opportunities in Europe's largest consumer market ... Cannovum Cannabis AG (stock exchanges Frankfurt/Xetra, Düsseldorf, Munich, Hamburg, Berlin, gettex.
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Morning Briefing: March 7, 2024

Anadolu Agency 07 Mar 2024
Security checkpoints will be closed on Thursday due to the strike and passengers departing from Frankfurt Airport will not be able to pass through the legally required security checks.
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Strike to hit Germany's Frankfurt Airport on Thursday

Anadolu Agency 06 Mar 2024
... strike and passengers departing from Frankfurt Airport will not be able to pass through the legally required security checks.
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ADL Pushed BMG To Drop Roger Waters by Threatening to Weaponize Company’s Nazi Past

Scheerpost 20 Feb 2024
Waters immediately initiated legal proceedings to fight the Frankfurt cancelation ... By late April, Waters had secured his legal right to perform in Frankfurt.
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Roger Waters calls U2’s Bono “disgusting” and “a shit”

NME 19 Feb 2024
In April, Waters won a legal battle to play a concert in Frankfurt after it was initially cancelled over claims of anti-Semitism, and last month it was reported that he had been dropped by his label BMG over his comments on Israel ... .
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Samba school puts Rio’s long-silenced legacy of slavery at center of carnival

The Observer 13 Feb 2024
View image in fullscreen ...The Brazilian state buried Gama’s work,” said Bruno Lima, a researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory in Frankfurt who started studying the abolitionist as a teenager two decades ago ... .
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