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Institutional child abduction continues, despite pandemic and public complaints


Mila and Dani's baby is kidnapped in Valencia


For some months now, the big media have been echoing a problem that had been heavily censored for decades: the existence of a human trafficking network that corrupts our Child Protection System.


Today, there are nearly 50,000 children under state protection and trapped in a network of shelters, adoptions and disappearances that is fed by billions in public money, supposedly destined for their maintenance, which is divided among a legion of public officials, relatives and subordinates without any kind of control. Through reports that do not need to be contrasted and without the intervention of a judge, our Law grants simple Social Services officials the incomprehensible authority to take away from any family the guardianship of a minor in the name of the State. In this way, the places of care remain always full and their budget is increased every year. Only the deep and widespread corruption of our public authorities can explain the existence of such an abominable phenomenon.


The legalised removal of babies from hospital delivery rooms, which is carried out urgently and without prior warning or justified motivation, is particularly cruel. A new example of this unfortunate and frequent situation is the case of the couple formed by Dani and Mila, two good "normal people", with their virtues and imperfections, who have been destroyed by the abusive kidnapping of their baby.


"Mila" (María del Milagro Varela Lingua) is a dental hygienist and dental student with the soul of an artist, with a pictorial style and embroidery worthy of admiration. Originally from Argentina, she came to Spain at the age of 18, thanks to a change of custody with her emigrant and divorced father. She wanted a change of scenery after needing hospitalization for a mental health problem, which appeared after being a victim of school Builling. She was diagnosed with TLP (borderline personality disorder), a disease that does not limit her intellectual capacity at all and only affects her social capacity in situations of stress or medication mismatches.


She had no problem finding a job on her own in Norway when she turned 20, getting a C-1 degree in that language and saving enough money to return to Valencia and get her degree as a dental hygienist. She worked in Scandinavian camp clinics, first in Malaga, and also in Madrid and Alicante.


Back in his father's house in Valencia, in 2018 he met Dani (Daniel Martín Correa) his great love, of which Salamanca was the cradle, but his parents, artists of paintbrushes, migrated to Elche in search of a land that would allow them to live of creating beauty. The seed did not fall far from the tree, so Dani studied Fine Arts with a specialty in Painting, studied Cello and Double Bass (specialty jazz) at the conservatory. He earns his living as a Fallas sculptor and Jazz musician, having been the Organizer and Producer of the "Jazz en la Serranía" Festival edition I , II and III, with artists of international stature. Paradoxically, he also worked for 8 years as an educator in a centre of MENAS under supervision.


For a few months now, the big media have been echoing a problem that had been heavily censored for decades: the existence of a human trafficking network that corrupts our System of Protection of Minors.


Today, there are nearly 50,000 children under state protection and trapped in a network of shelters, adoptions and disappearances that is fed by billions in public money, supposedly destined for their maintenance, which is divided among a legion of public officials, relatives and subordinates without any kind of control. Through reports that do not need to be contrasted and without the intervention of a judge, our Law grants simple Social Services officials the incomprehensible authority to take away from any family the guardianship of a minor in the name of the State. In this way, the places of care remain always full and their budget is increased every year. Only the deep and widespread corruption of our public authorities can explain the existence of such an abominable phenomenon.


The legalised removal of babies from hospital delivery rooms, which is carried out urgently and without prior warning or justified motivation, is particularly cruel. A new example of this unfortunate and frequent situation is the case of the couple formed by Dani and Mila, two good "normal people", with their virtues and imperfections, who have been destroyed by the abusive kidnapping of their baby.

Mila" (María del Milagro Varela Lingua) is a dental hygienist and dental student with an artist's soul, with a pictorial style and embroidery worthy of admiration. Originally from Argentina, she came to Spain at the age of 18, thanks to a change in custody with her divorced immigrant father. She wanted a change of scenery after needing hospitalization for a mental health problem, which appeared after being a victim of school Builling. She was diagnosed with TLP (borderline personality disorder), a disease that does not limit her intellectual capacity at all and only affects her social capacity in situations of stress or medication mismatches.


She had no problem finding a job on her own in Norway when she turned 20, getting a C-1 degree in that language and saving enough money to return to Valencia and get her degree as a dental hygienist. She worked in Scandinavian camp clinics, first in Malaga, and also in Madrid and Alicante.

Back in his father's house in Valencia, in 2018 he met Dani (Daniel Martín Correa) his great love, of which Salamanca was the cradle, but his parents, artists of paintbrushes, migrated to Elche in search of a land that would allow them to live of creating beauty. The seed did not fall far from the tree, so Dani studied Fine Arts with a specialty in Painting, studied Cello and Double Bass (specialty jazz) at the conservatory. He earns his living as a Fallas sculptor and Jazz musician, having been the Organizer and Producer of the "Jazz en la Serranía" Festival edition I , II and III, with artists of international stature. Paradoxically, he also worked for 8 years as an educator in a centre of MENAS under supervision.


The crush was monumental, because after 3 months of courtship, they decided to move in together. The innate contempt for material values, typical of the artistic spirit that defines them, led them to a house that the bank had seized from a friend of his, until they found a better one.


Neither when Mila was granted her psychic disability nor during her pregnancy had any official warned her that the Administration might consider her a "bad mother" because of her illness. The pregnancy came in June 2019 and already cost her her job by having to leave dental radiology. For her mother's sake and on the advice of her psychiatrist, she stopped taking her medication. This changed her mood and made it difficult for her to live together to the extent that they had to be kept apart during the second trimester. During that time Dani provided her with help, but she, alone and unemployed, became overwhelmed and could not think of a better idea than to ask for help from Social Services. La Casa de La Dona did not grant her help, because they conditioned her to falsely report Dani for Gender-Based Violence and she refused. That's probably when she was marked as a future target for her child hunt.


By the time her due date arrived, they were together again and together they went to the University General Hospital in Valencia to have their child born. Although their first protests about the quality of the care they were receiving could be considered offensive by those health personnel, they must be interpreted as the clash between the symptoms caused by the interruption of Mila's medication and the dehumanization of a health care system that was overcrowded due to the cuts. In no case can they justify the unleashing of a helplessness that, without a doubt, had to be foreseen beforehand.


The baby was born on 11-3-20 in the Maternal Hospital of that hospital, with a cesarean section that was performed without complications. The child was born large and healthy (APGAR 9/10) and there are no traces of drugs or venereals in the mother's or baby's blood. Mila considered it obstetric abuse that after the intervention, the gynecologists did not let her touch her baby, sedated her without her consent, and denied the father access to Neonatos that night. They still did not understand what was happening when, the next day, during the only time she was allowed to see her baby, a pediatrician told her with displeasure that she would not see him again until the Consellería said otherwise. The degree of brutality she perceived in her hospital care was so severe that she claims to have been handcuffed to a wheelchair and tied to a bed to neutralize her protests when she heard that her son was going to be taken away from her.


The apparent cruelty of those health personnel provides an opportunity to express perplexity at the fact that this phenomenon of institutional "kidnapping" of children is only possible thanks to the complicity or passivity of many people in many different positions and places throughout the country. Although it is a multi-million dollar "business", it is clear that this whole army of "involved" people cannot receive money in return, so we must assume other motives such as submission, cowardice or pure evil which, in this case, could reflect the revenge of the humiliation of their pride for the complaints and impertinences of "nervous" patients. The corruption of our institutions may be no more than the reflection of the soul of the people they represent and this may be an indication that we need a collective examination of conscience.


By the time they were given the Resolution of Distress document when they were discharged from Psychiatry, they were still in a state of stupor and thought that it must be some unfortunate misunderstanding that, sooner rather than later, they would manage to solve.


The reading of these documents of helplessness is usually very illustrative and shows the malicious will of the Social Services to falsify the truth, distorting it. In this case, Mr. Jesús Manuel Esquiu González, as Territorial Secretary of the Head of the Childhood, Adolescence and Equality Service of the Autonomous Community of Valencia, signed a document in which, for example, it was stated that the father had not recognised the child before there was material time to process it, as they themselves had refused it at the Hospital and had to process it before the judge in person, just to remove it as an immediate obstacle. It is also alleged that the mother had abandoned psychiatric medication, but it is omitted that this was necessary because of the pregnancy, thus discriminating against her on the basis of her disability. The degree of cynicism is even reached when, in the same paragraph, it is stated that there is "suspicion of gender violence" and that "she rejects the resources proposed to improve her social and health situation", after they themselves had been denied because what she rejected was falsely denouncing Dani.


But what seems more serious to us in this document, which could make it a crime, are 2 of the motivations it alleges: The mother's handicap recognized by the State due to her mental health problem and the lack of "stable housing resources". Article 17 of the Organic Law on the Legal Protection of Minors states: "The concurrence of circumstances or material deficiencies shall be considered an indicator of risk, but may never lead to the separation of the family environment. And in point 2 of article 18 it reads: "The situation of poverty of the parents, guardians or custodians may not be taken into account for the assessment of the situation of helplessness. Likewise, in no case shall a child be separated from his or her parents on the grounds of a disability of the child, of both parents or of one of them".


Their arguments, pleas and protests were of no use. In the end, the Valencia Regional Government gave the baby to a foster family. They did so in the midst of alarm over the coronavirus, however, now justifying their state of alarm by not allowing Dani and Mila to see the baby at a meeting point.


After this time, technicians such as Carmen Aguilar or Reme Garrido (Vice President and Minister of Equality and Inclusive Policies), members of the Psychosocial Teams of the Valencia City Council and the Regional Ministry in charge of the case, have already had the opportunity to verify that many of the inconsistent motivations on which the abandonment was based have been corrected: Dani registered and recognized the baby, Mila resumed her psychiatric medication, both have proven to be a cohesive couple and have located "legal" and affordable housing where they can move. They were informed that a meeting would be held at the Consellería last Thursday, April 23, 2010, in which they were assured that the abandonment would be reconsidered with the intention of returning their child to them urgently. But their expectations were frustrated, because new demands and a new longer term have been imposed on them.


The experience that we have accumulated in this editorial office from the many cases of abusive abandonment that we have been publishing for almost 5 years, allows us to identify this dilatory strategy as a typical pattern of action of the Social Services and to point it out as "distracting manoeuvres" to outwit the parents and to waste their savings and energy in trying to refute all the reproaches that come to their minds in each "assessment meeting". This pattern is repeated in exactly the same way in all the Autonomous Communities (despite the fact that powers are transferred to each of them independently), giving rise to the idea that it is an "organized business", run in a centralized way.


In our country, the defenselessness of the parents who are victims of this horror before the powers of the State is absolute. The Political Powers (Executive and Legislative are not divided in practice) are the ones who promote and cover up this plot. An example of this is the veto imposed by the parties of the current Government Coalition (PSOE and Podemos) for the creation of a commission of investigation on the network of massive prostitution of minors under guardianship in Mallorca and many other points of the National Geography, both in the National Parliament and in the Balearic and Valencian Autonomous Communities.


Claims before a judiciary that is incapable of dealing with political interventionism often come up against their cowardly abstention, against the delaying of the eternal waiting lists for judicial appointments, against a corporatism imposed by law that obliges them to abide by the expertise of the same technicians who steal the children and, sometimes, against the complicity of some members of the judiciary who participate, directly or indirectly, in the profits of this business.


In recent months, the Fourth Estate (Press) has finally begun to reject the pressure of censorship on all issues related to minors. Even programs of the Spanish Public Television (Vg.: Comando Actualidad de TVE1) are taking the risk to denounce these terrible abuses, but, far from getting them to stop, they have not managed to prevent them from increasing in number and cruelty.


We are trying to recruit international help, both media and diplomatic, to try to dismantle this industry of horror. But from this writing we understand that this battle must be led and driven by the parents of these abducted children. That is why we encourage the parents concerned to organise and coordinate so that they can present a more forceful response to the State Administration, in order to stop this horror and force them to return their children.

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Noemi Moreno is a wonderful person and Spanish singer of 35 years who lives in Malaga, Noemi tells us when she was 3 and a half years old her father gave her a microphone and since then she started her devotion to music and learned to play the piano. Over the years, after a break, she resumed her musical life two years ago. Noemi is a great person with ethical and moral values that make that sweet and soft voice transmit to the bottom of our hearts and make our hair stand on end with a humility that few artists have today. A few months ago, her aunt Antonia Moreno, wife of Pepe Maldonado, the president of the national association for gypsy children, made a special request of him and she composed this song entitled LUCHA, dedicated to the families of the children in care. Noemi cried and empathized with her listeners, entering their hearts with the creation of this song and it is not for less with the situation that the children are having for the public institutions and the suffering that it brings to the children and the families, but this song transmits a lot of energy and hope of fight, giving encouragement to all the families that in one way or another have to fight against the institutions of the Spanish state that kidnap their children.

Lucha is an original song created by Noemi Moreno Barceló, and collaboration of Yamandu Padron Madrid who made the musical arrangements.


Thank you Noemi Moreno and Yamandu Padron for this great song, we wish with all our hearts, that this is the beginning of a great chain and that God gives us the opportunity to listen to you live from Miami, that this sweet voice, that transmits peace, tranquility and positive energy sounds around the world. God bless you.


FIGHT


What sounds in this house

the loss of a mother

that he's begging his kid to see,

Giant the condemnation for having been a mom

with lies broke his identity,

the door is closed the papers are accompanied

and hugging your child can't give.

Who took away your right to fight

families and siblings, go forward together


AND FIGHT, DON'T GET TIRED OF FIGHTING FOR THAT LOVE THAT NEEDS YOU SO MUCH

FIGHT, THAT YOUR CHILDREN DESERVE THE COURAGE, OF THEIR MOTHER AS LONG AS SHE LIVES,


AND FIGHT, DON'T GET TIRED OF FIGHTING FOR THAT LOVE THAT NEEDS YOU SO MUCH

FIGHT, THAT YOUR CHILDREN DESERVE THE COURAGE, OF THEIR MOTHER AS LONG AS SHE LIVES,


He fights for the family,

fight for the family

(I love you mommy)

AND FIGHT, DON'T GET TIRED OF FIGHTING FOR THAT LOVE THAT NEEDS YOU SO MUCH

FIGHT, THAT YOUR CHILDREN DESERVE THE COURAGE, OF THEIR MOTHER AS LONG AS SHE LIVES,


AND FIGHT, DON'T GET TIRED OF FIGHTING FOR THAT LOVE THAT NEEDS YOU SO MUCH

FIGHT, THAT YOUR CHILDREN DESERVE THE COURAGE, OF THEIR MOTHER AS LONG AS SHE LIVES

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WE CONDEMN THE ANTI-GYPSY KILLING ON STRIKE

A 35-year-old gypsy father of four is murdered in the back when he was with his 7-year-old son who was also shot without injury.

From Camelamos, the first thing we want is to send our condolences to the family and friends of the murdered Roma in Rociana del Condado (Huelva)

This tragic event should have been accompanied by this headline but once more, we see in many media how the killer is laundered, how he is makes a personal profile to humanize him, feel sorry for him, and even we know that he was "a normal person", "that the farm was a hobby", that "he was a poor retired" and that "he was so quiet at home" Anti-gypsyism makes a bucket of beans worth more than the life of a father of family with 4 children, we saw how since the Coronavirus crisis the cases of anti-gypsyism are on the rise in social networks and media and yesterday this

anti-Gypsyism allowed and even encouraged reached its peak with this murder. For a bucket of beans.

This does not come out of the blue, there are many years in which the Public Administrations have allowed by action or omission that the Romany community is considered sub-human and therefore our life is worth less than that of animals.

A change is needed in the penal code that allows the condemnation of anti-Gypsyism as many other specific violations are already reflected, that the Prosecutor's Office acts ex officio in the face of comments in the media and that it does not come cheap to excuse the death because it was a "conflictive" person and the murderer was a "good man".

From the gypsy grassroots movements we are not going to be quiet and we are going to to fight so that this murder does not go unpunished.

We want to send a hug to an entire family who has seen him removed from a a loved one in a despicable way and that they know that we are here to accompany them in the fight for justice.

Opre Roma

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THIS COUPLE, RESIDENT IN MADRID, ASSURES THAT "WE HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO GET CLOSE TO OUR CHILDREN FOR THREE YEARS BECAUSE THEY WON'T LET US IN THE CHILDREN'S CENTRE".

The tragic story of parents Marina and Adrian: "They took our children for no reason and we don't see them"


The story of these parents of two girls and a boy shows how, since 2013, they live in a completely strange situation. The children were taken to a shelter in Madrid and later to another centre in Arganda, where they last saw their children. The mother, Marina, explains that her children sometimes have "wounds".

They are Marina García Ferrero and Adrián Villarreal, parents who have not seen their children "for three years", as the mother tells how it begins in 2013 when one of her daughters, who was 4 years old at the time, was allegedly bullied at school. "Our daughter is starting to suffer from bullying. We found out about it because another father apologized to my husband because his son had kicked my daughter," explains this mother.

"We took her to a psychologist because she didn't want to go to school. The psychologist determines that she has to follow some guidelines to go back to school. When she returns, the only solution the school offers is to sit her down at recess and watch the children play," says Marina, who adds that "the psychologist talked to the principal and told her that this was counterproductive.

The psychologist talked to this mother about changing schools and in June 2013 the girl was already going to be changed. From that moment on, this long journey begins for Marina and Adrián who are trying to find all the legal ways to get their children back.

Then a social worker contacts Marina because of the problems her daughter was having at school. "Marina, what happened? The principal tells me you're complaining about bullying. What can I do," says the worker, "this mother says. "She and another psychologist who doesn't know us file a report. In it they ask for the withdrawal of the guardianship of my children to send them to a residence that does not fit the family. Something that we don't know about," says Marina.


Police at home


"In 2015 with my three children the case is taken to the Community of Madrid. It's all good. Private doctors, private security, everything," explains the parent, who indicates that, "suddenly, on June 30, 2015, my house bell rings. It's the local police. They want me to open the door. They came in from the countryside. They said they had to notify us of something."

So, Marina and Adrián decide to contact the Community of Madrid to see what is happening and they answer that "yes, yes, actually they have gone to notify something, now let's go, they said", details the mother. "In half an hour the technician appears and they declare that the children are in distress and that they (their parents) have to hand them over to a home. A two-year-old boy and two girls, ages 5 and 7," the mother stresses.

"From then on, a terrible harassment on the phone begins. We had to hand over the children ourselves," says Marina, also mentioning that "the law authorizes the public administration to declare a child helpless without going through a judge. Here comes the big problem and the big business. How can it not be dealt with through criminal proceedings? If it were real that I was being tried for it," explains Marina.


"In September, a precautionary measure is requested, all without giving us the file. There the judge decides to hold a hearing. And on November 11, 2015, in that hearing, it is shown that there is no helplessness. All without the file yet. But, without this judge's decision, on November 18 the GRUME (Minors' Group) police come to the house and say 'lady, put the children down or we'll go in by court order'", says the mother.

Garcia did not explain that situation to herself, she did not understand it, and this is something she points out to this newspaper, since according to her statements her case was "by the 79th Family Court and not the 85th where this order came from," she says. "They break into the house, they come in through the window. They force us to sit in the children's playroom. They take the baby out of the crib. My daughters were taken out with towels and wet hair because they were in the shower, as some of the neighbors told me later. And then they throw an '85 paper at us saying to notify the parties. It explains that there are 20 days to appeal, but we are not notified. Besides, the 85 should have inhibited the person who knows the case, which was the 79, which is not done. Therefore, the entry was illegal," argues Marina.

Children are moved from one center to another.


Marina's children are taken to a centre in Madrid. This centre has allegedly been denounced on several occasions. Detailed examples are those reported in the newspapers, such as ABC in its article of 20 February 2020 "Trial reopened against several guards at an orphanage for assaulting four young people years ago" or La Información in its article of 7 November 2016 "Fundación Raíces denounces abuse of minors at the shelter".

"The first time we saw our son he was limping and had yellow skin," says the mother, who, as a result of what she saw, "this is reported in Madrid's Criminal Court 15, which decided to notify the Centre that we had reported it. For this reason, "the children are sent to a centre in Arganda del Rey", although the mother, as she stresses for this newspaper, considers it "a prison with security guards. Children of 2, 5 and 7 years old... A child of 0 to 6 years old cannot enter there. It's horrible," details Marina.

At that time, as Marina explains, "we only had visitors for one hour a week. We would see my son with injuries inside the center in a room of 2x2 meters".


Marina and Adrian decided to take action, but "since we were filming and taking photos, the centre ended up taking away our visits by taking photos and videos of the children inside the place to take them to the criminal courts. They claimed a conflict of interest. Since our children wanted to come with us... they didn't listen to them," explains the mother who says that, shortly afterwards, "they took away our visits and then our calls. We only managed to see our son two and a half years ago, when he told us that his sister was sick and he didn't know about the other one. They refuse to give us proof of life, who they are with...", says Marina. "They have made us psychological and psychiatric reports, which say that we are perfectly fit. No addictions or anything. The Community of Madrid says that it is not valid because it is "on behalf of". They haven't done any studies. The Prosecutor's Office washes its hands of it," this mother declared.

This testimony is one more, like that of so many other parents who are crossing a desert in search of their children, who as they say "have been taken from them".


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Police and officials said a ticketless passenger was found in the plane's chassis at Miami airport

At Miami International Airport, US Customs and Border Protection found a passenger in the chassis of a flight from Guatemala.


The airline said it was cooperating with the authorities to investigate.

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Power and Misery.


Sometimes I think that countries that are focused on the race for power are investing in the wrong areas. They all want to have global military supremacy and for this they invest billions in that cause, however they do not realize that all that has changed. Now military power does not win battles, nor does it get you out of trouble. We are entering a higher stage of warfare, destroying souls with cold silence and purpose. Its name is biological warfare. No noise, but much more deadly than all the wars in the world. Hopefully we realize in time, that the world does not need battles, but understandings, it does not need fear, but altruistic thoughts.


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Miami police painted the patrol car in rainbow colors

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The writer apologized to a man who spent 16 years in prison for her rape

Alice Seabold apologized for the illegal conviction of a man who was found not guilty of raping her in 1981.


In her first book, Lucky, Seabord described being raped. Anthony Broadwater was convicted of the crime. He spent 16 years in prison and was on the sex offender registry for more than 20 years.


Seabold also wrote the novel The Lovely Bones, which Peter Jackson turned into an Oscar-nominated film.


"I am most sorry that the life you could have been unjustly stolen from you, and I know that no apology can change what has happened to you," Seabold said in a statement.

A statement released by Broadwater's lawyers said he was "relieved that she apologized."

Seabold's first autobiographical novel sold more than a million copies, which marked the beginning of her writing career.

In it, she described in detail how an 18-year-old student at Syracuse University in New York was raped.

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https://us.avalanches.com/apple_valley_elon_musk_presented_a_new_product_of_his_company_cyber_whistles1902908_01_12_2021
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Elon Musk presented a new product of his company - cyber whistles

"Whistle at Tesla," Elon Musk wrote on Twitter and attached a link to the product. He also accompanied the entry with an ironic remark.

Tesla's page describes "cyber whistles" as "a premium collectible made from polished stainless steel."

The whistle is made in the form of a Cybertruck concept electric vehicle. The price for the product is set at $ 50.

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Other world news
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High-speed routes and the China-Laos line are among the eight Chinese lines scheduled to open in December

Eight railways will start operating in China during December 2021, while the China-Laos 160 km / h line, part of China's Belt and Road Initiative, is due to open on December 3.


The first electric train, which traveled along the 414 km section of Boten - Vientiane Laos, arrived in Vientiane in early November. On November 30, Laos and China signed an intergovernmental agreement to provide guidance and legal framework for cross-border activities along the rail route.

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Deutschlands Militär begrüßte am Donnerstag die Bundeskanzlerin AngelaMerkel, nur eine Woche bevor sie sich nach 16 Jahren im Amt aus der Politik zurückziehen soll

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İstanbul'daki havaalanı uzaydır!

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