Trier, Germany Newswire

Trier, Germany Newswire

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  1. Scarponi death investigation ends as driver of van dies - News ShortsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 13 | Cycling News

    The criminal investigation into the driver who caused the death of Italian Michele Scarponi has been closed after the man died of cancer. Giuseppe Giaconni, the driver of the van who hit and killed Scarponi last year , has died at the age of 58, according to .


  2. New Game: Train Simulator: DB BR 612Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 12 | MobyGames

    Created to fill a critical gap in the Deutsche Bahn fleet, the DB BR 612 is here! Take control of a key piece of tilting diesel technology and put it through it's paces on the Mosel Valley Koblenz-Trier Route Add-On . DB's early attempts at acquiring a fleet of tilting DMUs for un-electrified regional routes were, quite frankly, unsuccessful.


  3. Johannes TrithemiusRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 31 | The Free Dictionary

    Johannes Trithemius , born Johann Heidenberg , was a German abbot, lexicographer , historian, cryptographer, polymath , and occultist who had an influence on later occultism. The name by which he is more commonly known is derived from his native town of Trittenheim on the Moselle River in Germany .


  4. J.J. Hans SprossRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 30 | The News-Review

    ... of supporting his mother and two brothers at a very young age and became an apprentice watchmaker in Trier, Germany. Upon reaching journeyman level watchmaker he moved to Switzerland to study and become a registered, certified Swiss Master ...


  5. Mute swans in winter on the Allegheny. Photo by Jude DippoldRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 30, 2017 | The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York

    And so we all awoke on Christmas Day to this great icy silence, the frozen lake, the long white landscape of our county poised in a lake effect storm.


  6. Wind Turbine Manufacturer Fuhrlander AG Wins Lawsuit for Licence InfringementRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 20, 2017 |

    Liebenscheid, Trier, Germany : Attorney Prof. Dr. Thomas B. Schmidt, the insolvency administrator of former wind turbine manufacturer Fuhrlander AG , based in Liebenscheid, has obtained a judgment from Cologne regional court against Indian energy group Global Wind Power Limited that is worth 50 million euros.


  7. Wind Turbine Manufacturer Fuhrl nder AG Wins Lawsuit for Licence InfringementRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 20, 2017 | Business Wire

    Dr. Thomas B. Schmidt, the insolvency administrator of former wind turbine manufacturer Fuhrlander AG , based in Liebenscheid, has obtained a judgment from Cologne regional court against Indian energy group Global Wind Power Limited that is worth 50 million euros. Finding in favour of the applicant, Cologne regional court ordered GWPL to pay these punitive damages following the infringement of a licensing agreement.


  8. MCC student-veteran in Germany on fellowshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2017 | Lowell Sun

    Patrick Flynn never imagined when he enrolled at Middlesex Community College that he would find himself in Germany, immersed in a new language and culture as part of a highly selective U.S. State Department fellowship. But in late July, Flynn settled into a host family's home in Saarbrcken, Germany, a little city on the Saar River, where he attended an intensive German-language school for eight hours a day.


  9. Feature: Karl Marx "returns" to Germany as 200th birth anniversary approachesRead the original story

    Nov 17, 2017 | Xinhuanet

    In the fatherland of Karl Marx, the question begs itself: is his Das Kapital still up to date? Over two thirds of respondents voted for "Yes, it is more up to date than ever before." The question was raised at an exhibition in Hamburg in memorial of its first publication in the port city in 1867.


  10. Explore Roman ruins in peace in Trier, GermanyRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 9, 2017 | Globe and Mail

    Now, I know what you're probably thinking: "How is this even possible? What is she doing, then?" In fact, I'm in a cozy, wood-paneled restaurant called Zum Domstein, where I've just sat down to an Ancient Roman feast of sausage with fish sauce, suckling pig and ham with figs and myrtle - the very definition of "pigging out" - and that's not even half the nosh laid out on my groaning table. To wash down my dinner, I've got a mugful of mulsum, a rich cocktail comprised of dry white wine, honey and anise.


  11. Angela Merkel's Tortuous Path Toward a German CoalitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 8, 2017 | The New York Times

    Germans normally wait about six weeks after an election for a government to be sworn in. That benchmark quietly came and went a week ago, an indication of the challenge facing a politically weakened Angela Merkel .


  12. The Offbeat: Naked Donald Trump, Pokemon Go (of course), public-sex pigs and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2016 | The Arizona Republic

    Welcome back to The Offbeat, where we've just replaced our team of weird-news researchers with a crateful of absinthe-addicted marmots. A woman points at a statue of a naked Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016 in New York's Union Square.


  13. Foreign Correspondence: History lessons are impossible to escape in GermanyRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2017 | Sydney Morning Herald

    I came to Trier, on the banks of the Moselle river in western Germany, to see its ancient ruins. The city is thought to be Germany's oldest; the Romans decided in the first century BC that its abundance of sandstone and fertile plains would make a good provincial capital.


  14. Deutschland Tour returns in August 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 26, 2017 | Cycling News

    The Deutschland Tour is returning to the professional calendar in 2018, boosting racing in Germany after a ten-year absence. The four-stage 2.1 race will be held August 23-26, with hopes for a longer race in the future.


  15. Smart Travels - Europe with Rudy MaxaRead the original story

    Oct 23, 2017 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    EUROPE WITH RUDY MAXA delivers Europe's premier destinations - from the grand plazas and sparkling fountains of Madrid and Barcelona to the castles and sweeping vineyards dotting France's Dordogne River Valley. For centuries the Rhine has been a natural border and the main route for trade, people and ideas.


  16. Honorable MentionsRead the original story

    Oct 10, 2017 | Lincoln Journal

    The following is a continuation of the Honorable Mentions of teachers and others, who have done duties over and above what is expected of them to help our children, elderly and our country. HERBERT BOSTIC, 83, Griffithsville, former coal miner, 50-year member of Laborers Local 1353.


  17. How surge in mainland Chinese tourists is changing the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2017 | South China Morning Post

    After these Chinese women, who were on holiday in Thailand, finished their snacks, the author witnessed them throwing the cobs onto the sand. Pictures: Zigor Aldama "Chinese tourists are the most powerful single source of change in the tourism industry."


  18. SMITH, SigridRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2017 | Dayton Daily News

    SMITH, Sigrid Sigrid Smith, of Miamisburg, passed away unexpectedly on September 23, 2017. Sigrid was born August 26, 1941 in Trier, Germany to the late Berhard & Ludia Geier.


  19. Cape Cod trip planned by seniorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 25, 2017 | Gloversville Leader-Herald

    ... Cities of Light including Prague Czech Republic; Nuremberg, Bamberg, Wurzburg, Heidelberg, Mainz, Cochem, and Trier, Germany; Luxembourg City, Luxembourg and Paris, France. For more information about these trips or the Broadalbin Seniors, call ...


  20. White air hostess who now identifies as a black glamour modelRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2017 | Metro UK News

    Martina Big, from Germany, spent A 50,000 on plastic surgery for a breast enlargement, believed to be the biggest in Europe. She had the boob job done before deciding to make herself 'darker and darker and see what the limits are' and did it with melanin injections in a procedure in the US.