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Schulbus-Unfall in Thüringen: Das sagt ein Verkehrsexperte zum Unglück

Schulbus-Unfall in Thüringen: Das sagt ein Verkehrsexperte zum Unglück

Einschätzung eines Anwalts für Verkehrsrecht zum Unglück in Thüringen

Schulbus-Unfall in Thüringen: Das sagt ein Verkehrsexperte zum Unglück

Trauer in Thüringen: Bei einem schweren Schulbusunfall nahe Eisenach starben am Donnerstagmorgen zwei Kinder. 20 Schüler und der Busfahrer wurden verletzt.

Nach ersten Polizeiangaben war der Bus von Eisenach zu einer Grundschule in Berka vor dem Hainich (Wartburgkreis) unterwegs. Der Polizei zufolge gibt es keine Hinweise auf einen technischen Defekt oder ein Fehlverhalten des Fahrers. Der Bus war auf eisglatter Straße ins Schlittern geraten

BILD befragte einen Fachanwalt für Verkehrsrecht zum Unglück.


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Rechtsextremismus : Seehofer verbietet militante Neonaziorganisation


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Royals Report: Prince Harry and Meghan threaten legal action in Canada over photos

Royals Report: Prince Harry and Meghan threaten legal action in Canada over photos
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Jessica Simpson Opened Up About Her Addiction To “Alcohol And Pills” After Being Sexually Abused As A Child

Jessica Simpson Opened Up About Her Addiction To “Alcohol And Pills” After Being Sexually Abused As A Child

Jessica Simpson has opened up for the first time about the sexual abuse she experienced as a child, which she believes led to addiction to alcohol and pills later in life.

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In an excerpt from her upcoming autobiography Open Book published online by People, Jessica explained that the abuse by a family friend began when she was six.

“I wanted to tell my parents,” she went on. “I was the victim but somehow I felt in the wrong.”

Jessica said that as the years passed, the sexual abuse combined with career pressures led her to use “pills and alcohol” to “cope with the emotional pain”.

“I was killing myself with all the drinking and pills,” she wrote, before recounting hitting “rock bottom” in 2017.

“When I finally said I needed help, it was like I was that little girl that found her calling again in life,” she added. “With work, I allowed myself to feel the traumas I’d been through.”

Shortly after the excerpt was published, Jessica took to Instagram to share a photo of the People magazine cover alongside a caption outlining how grateful she was to have told her story.

“There is so much beauty on the other side of fear and I hope my truth can help,” she wrote. “I can’t wait to share #OpenBook with you. 💚”

Back in December, Jessica hinted that her book had been extremely challenging to write. In a post published to her website, she revealed she’d actually been asked to write a motivational guide five years ago, but declined the offer in favour of being “honest”.

The post read:

This was supposed to be a very different book. Five years ago, Jessica Simpson was approached to write a motivational guide to living your best life. She walked away from the offer, and nobody understood why. The truth is that she didn’t want to lie. Jessica couldn’t be authentic with her readers if she wasn’t fully honest with herself first … Open Book is Jessica Simpson using her voice, heart, soul, and humor to share things she’s never shared before.

You can read the full excerpt here. Open Book will be released on 4 February.

If you or someone you love is struggling with an addiction, here are some resources that might be of help:

Find an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting group near you here if you’re in the US, or here if you’re in the UK.

Or if you or someone you love is having suicidal thoughts, call or visit the Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 in the US or the Samaritans in the UK.

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This Woman Says Her Parents Hired a Clinic in Chechnya to Torture Her for Being Bisexual

This Woman Says Her Parents Hired a Clinic in Chechnya to Torture Her for Being Bisexual

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A 22-year-old bisexual woman who was detained for almost a month at a clinic in Chechnya, where she was beaten and tortured over her sexuality and rejection of Islam, is calling on Russian authorities to initiate criminal proceedings against her tormentors.

Aminat Lorsanova filed a complaint with the Federal investigative Committee of Russia on Monday, calling for charges to be brought against a psychiatric clinic in the Chechen capital Grozny, where she was held for 25 days in August of 2018.

Lorsanova is also seeking the arrest of her parents, who she says facilitated the torture, and an unnamed man who tried to “expel evil spirits” while she was detained for four months at the Republican Psycho-Neurological Dispensary, also in the Chechen capital.

Lorsanova says the man was an acquaintance of her father.

“He was beating me with a stick in the solar plexus, pressing this area and below with his fingers. He put down my skirt to the hips and was pressing there as well,” Lorsanova said in an email to VICE News. “I was screaming out of pain, and he was yelling prayers. My mother and father observed the process but did not do anything even though I asked for help and asked them to stop that.”

Lorsanova also said that on least six occasions at the end of 2018, her father injected her against her will.

“He put handcuffs and tied my legs with adhesive tape. My mouth was also taped. He told me that he was going to treat me like an animal, like a sheep. After the injection of [the antipsychotic medication] aminazin, I was supposed to sleep that way. He even didn’t unleash my legs and hands,” Lorsanova said.

READ: Inside the Chechen prison where gay men say they were tortured

The Federal Investigative Committee of Russia did not immediately respond to a request for comment about Lorsanova’s claims.

Lorsanova managed to escape from Chechnya thanks to the support of the Russian LGBT Network, who told VICE News that Lorsanova was now living safely outside of Russia, though they would not say where due to security concerns.

Following Lorsanova’s escape, one of the volunteers who helped her was attacked in their apartment, when unknown people broke in and aggressively interrogated the volunteer. They were looking for Lorsanova and the coordinator of the Network’s emergency support program.

Chechnya has become notorious for its attacks on LGBT people. In 2017 more than 100 gay men were detained and tortured during a crackdown that reportedly led to a number of deaths.

READ: Chechnya’s new LGBT purge has already claimed two lives, activists say

A similar crackdown early last year saw at least two people die after mass arrests in a fresh purge targeting Chechnya’s gay community.

At the time, Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov declared there was no crackdown because there were no LGBT individuals living in his region.

But Lorsanova’s experience isn’t unique in Chechnya or among Chechen families who live outside the region.

“More than 30 young LGBT women the Network worked with experienced this often sexualized form of inhuman treatment because of their sexual orientation,” Veronika Lapina from the Russian LGBT Network, said in an emailed statement.

Cover: A demonstrator with a rainbow flag and a fur hat along with other participants at the start of a three-day vigil for the protection of homosexual people in Chechnya in front of the Federal Chancellery in Berlin, Germany, 30 April 2017. Photo by: Paul Zinken/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images


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De er alt fratatt den ypperste tittelen. Nå risikerer de å miste sitt nye varemerke.

De er alt fratatt den ypperste tittelen. Nå risikerer de å miste sitt nye varemerke.

Prins Harry og hertuginne Meghan bruker Sussex Royal som sitt varemerke. Dronningens ekspert på våpenskjold mener det er problematisk.


Ordet varemerke høres kanskje moderne ut. Men få kan som det britiske kongehuset skilte med fartstid på dette området. Derfor vekker det oppsikt når den fremste kongelige rådgiveren for de britiske våpenskjoldene nå uttaler seg om det store samtaleemnet: prins Harry og hertuginne Meghans uttreden av de høyeste kongelige sirkler.

Etter å ha utført det som fremstår som de siste planlagte pliktene på programmet, forlot prins Harry Storbritannia mandag og kom til Vancouver der kona og sønnen er.

Kongelige våpenskjold

Men hjemme i Storbritannia fortsetter diskusjonen om hva slags rolle paret vil ha fremover, og hvordan de skal tjene til livets opphold.

Thomas Woodcock er Garter King-of-Arms (Hosebåndsordenes heraldiker), den viktigste rådgiveren til dronning Elizabeth i spørsmål som heraldikk og våpenskjold. Han og hans forgjengere har utført denne oppgaven siden 1415. Heraldikk er læren om våpenskjold og Hosebåndsordenen er den høyeste ordenen i Storbritannia.

Det var Woodcock som godkjente Meghans våpenskjold da det ble laget i forbindelse med giftermålet med prins Harry i 2018.

– Ikke tilfredsstillende

Men nå handler det ikke om våpenskjold. Woodcock skal også sikre at kongelige symboler ikke blir utnyttet til kommersielle formål. Spørsmålet er hva som skal skje med begrepet «Sussex Royal», som prins Harry og kona har etablert i instagramkontoen de opprettet i fjor og på nettsiden som også er forholdsvis ny. Det er også ventet at stiftelsen deres skal ha det navnet.

De er fortsatt hertugparet av Sussex, men i og med at dronning Elizabeth har bestemt at de ikke lenger skal omtales som kongelige høyheter, er det blitt diskusjon om de er rojale nok til å kalle seg Sussex Royal.

– Jeg synes ikke det er tilfredsstillende. Man kan ikke være to ting på en gang. Du er enten (kongelig) eller så er du det ikke, sier Woodcock i et intervju med The Times.

Han er en av dronningens rådgivere i dette spørsmålet, men understreker overfor avisen at han nå gir sitt personlige synspunkt på saken, og at den endelige avgjørelsen tas av dronningen.

– I slike spesielle tider er det et spørsmål om å vente og se hvordan ting utvikler seg, sier han.

Registrerte varemerke

Harry og Meghan søkte i juni om å få rett til å stemple varemerket Sussex Royal på bøker, magasiner, brosjyrer, postkort, skotøy, klær og en rekke andre varer. Søknaden ble innvilget rett før jul – noen uker før paret meldte at de ville trekke seg tilbake.

Prins Harry sa på en konferanse i helgen at han ikke følte at han hadde noe annet valg enn å gi opp sine kongelige titler og posisjoner. Han og kona har følt seg forfulgt av pressen. Meghan har blant annet gått til søksmål mot en avis fordi de offentliggjorde et brev hun hadde skrevet til faren.



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M-förslaget: Låt polisen publicera bilder på fler misstänkta brottslingar

M-förslaget: Låt polisen publicera bilder på fler misstänkta brottslingar

SverigeModeraterna vill ge polisen större möjlighet att publicera bilder på misstänkta brottslingar. I dag kräver lagstiftningen att straffvärdet på ett brott ska ge sex månaders fängelse.

– Vi tycker att det kravet ska tas bort, säger Johan Forsell, rättspolitisk talesperson för partiet.

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Another couple disappointed after Beloftebos venue stands firm on LGBTQI+ weddings policy

Another couple disappointed after Beloftebos venue stands firm on LGBTQI+ weddings policy

A same-sex couple was angered and disappointed after a wedding venue in the Western Cape declined to host their wedding – and it wasn’t the first time the venue declined to host a function. A similar decision was made in 2017.

But the owners of the venue, Beloftebos, believe that they are exercising their constitutional right to freedom of belief when they refuse to host weddings for LGBTQI couples, a spokesperson for Freedom of Religion SA (FOR SA) said on their behalf.

“Section 9 of the Constitution states that you can’t unfairly discriminate on grounds of sexual orientation; but one right does not trump another right,” said Michael Swain, executive director of FOR SA.

“Equally, they (Beloftebos) also have constitutional rights, and therefore all they are basically asking is that their rights are respected.”

This comes after Sasha-Lee Heekes and Megan Watling were reminded of the venue’s policy when they tried to book their wedding at the venue in Stanford, near Hermanus, in the Western Cape.

Megan posted on Facebook: After such a wonderful response to our engagement, we received this email this morning from Beloftebos.

“At first I cried, but then I was overwhelmed with anger. How, in 2020, is this still a reality? Same-sex marriage has been legal in South Africa since 2006, but yet people still believe that they can justify hate and bigotry and quote a God that I don’t believe would stand for said hate and bigotry.

‘Personal beliefs’

“We do not ask that anyone approves or even accepts our love, but we do deserve to be treated with dignity and respect, just like anyone else.

“I implore that you do not support businesses that do not believe that love comes in all shapes and sizes.

“Please feel free to share,” she wrote with a line of hearts depicting the Pride flag’s colours.

She also shared correspondence from Beloftebos: “Thanks for your mail and phone call and for taking the time to fill in the enquiry form. I apologise for the delay in answering your enquiry.

“Unfortunately, we will not be able to host your wedding at Beloftebos on April 3rd 2021. The reason for that is that, based on our personal beliefs, we do not host weddings between couples of the same gender.

“In a media statement on our website we try to explain where we come from and why we have decided this.

“May both of you really have a very blessed 2020.”

A link to a standing statement was included.

An extract reads:

“We, the owners of Beloftebos are Christians who seek to honour and obey God in everything we do, including the way in which we operate our business (the wedding venue). While the venue is available to people of all race[s], our Biblical conviction is that marriage is reserved for a life-long commitment between one man and one woman. This is a deeply held belief (not only for us, but for the vast majority of Christians around the world for over 2 000 years) and is a foundational part of our faith as Christians. “This belief in turn guides our venue’s policy. It is our conscience before God which prohibits us from hosting any other kind of ‘marriage’ on our property – not a fear or hatred of homosexual people (‘homophobia’) as we have unfairly been accused of. For us, to host (and thereby enable, or celebrate) a same-sex ‘marriage’, would be to dishonour and disobey God – potentially with eternal consequences. This is too great a cost and if forced to compromise on our faith, we would have to ‘obey God rather than men’ (Acts 5:29). “At the same time, we appreciate and respect that South Africa is an open and democratic society where people are free to live their lives as they choose – including the right to conclude same-sex ‘marriages’. We respect this freedom of choice, and simply ask that our freedom of choice (to believe, and live our lives according to, the Bible) be respected also. Our Constitution does not require everyone to believe the same, and does not punish people for holding divergent beliefs and opinions.”

The permanent statement was posted after an uproar in 2017, when it turned down a request to host the wedding of Alexandra Thorne and Alex Lu, News24 reported at the time.

‘Right to believe’ protected

“We have taken legal advice and been advised that the Constitution prohibits unfair discrimination on grounds of conscience, religion and belief (s 9) – and specifically also guarantees freedom of conscience, religion and belief as a fundamental human right (s 15). As such, it is not correct that our decision (based upon our religious convictions and beliefs) not to host same-sex wedding ceremonies automatically amounts to unfair discrimination or is illegal. To date, no South African court has found that this is the case,” the statement reads.

Swain told News24 on Friday that the hosts’ beliefs were based on the evangelical position of marriage being between a man and woman.

Asked to supply biblical instruction, there was an initial struggle due to problems with the internet, so a hard copy of the Bible was referred to. He also said FOR SA represented all faiths, not just Christianity, hence him not being able to quote the Christian Bible verse immediately.

He said the evangelical view was supported in Mark, Chapter 10, Verse 6 which, he said, states that a man shall be with a woman.

Asked about whether other parts of the Bible may contradict this, he said: “The issue isn’t so much about interpretation of scripture, you are entitled to believe what you want to believe, or not.”

He continued: “The point is, that under the Constitution, the right to believe what you do believe, is protected.

“There have been other situations, but there has been no judgment on this matter to date.”

When contacted by News24, Watling said they were feeling overwhelmed and that a spokesperson would speak on their behalf.

Details of their next steps were not available.


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