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Briefly lamented “Dirty Campaigning” by mushroom medium “Zack Zack”

Office in the ÖVP headquarters? According to the ÖVP, last week one was confronted with a request from a medium,…

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Autos

Volkswagen shows ID.3 as a convertible: the CEO has already (briefly) confirmed an open electric car

If you want an electric car with a hinged roof, you have to lend a hand: Neither Tesla nor one…

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Politics

Briefly at Macron: EU-wide reform of border protection planned

After the attack in Vienna, it should finally be found: a European response to the threat of terrorism. Chancellor Sebastian…

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Sport

Strootman is briefly participating in winning Marseille | Sport

So always stay up to date with all the sports news. For football, tennis, skating, motorsport, cycling and darts news,…

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Politics

Briefly on Ischgl allegations: “All in all, an exceptional situation”

Rendi-Wagner does not rule out Parliament’s U Committee The SPÖ does not rule out the possibility of a parliamentary committee…

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Politics

The corona traffic light de facto turns off briefly

The traffic light system was understood completely differently by the population: namely that specific measures are linked to the individual…

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Autos

Tesla’s V3 Supercharger briefly open to all electric cars, over on Sunday (updated)

Word quickly got around about the newly discovered possibility of free charging at Tesla: On Saturday teslamag.de reported on surprised…

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Politics

Briefly announces pact against loneliness in old age: permission to visit with rapid tests

Federal Chancellor Sebastian Kurz will deliver his widely announced speech on Friday. As in the last few days, the Federal…

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Sport

Sports briefly: Jimmy White pulls off a feat | Sport

So always stay up to date with all the sports news. For football, tennis, skating, motorsport, cycling and darts news,…

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Politics

Briefly about the EU summit: We got much more out than expected

Kurz did not accept the criticism that climate protection had just been cut, because “more money than ever is being…

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