An official in Bavaria was dismissed because of Nazi leaflets 17:33

The Chancellor of Germany’s Bavaria region, Markus Söder, has decided not to dismiss Hubert Eivanger, the head of the federal state’s Ministry of Economy, who distributed Nazi leaflets during his school years. This post reports Focus.

It is stated that Zeder gave an ultimatum to his subordinate and accordingly Ivanger had to answer a series of questions.

“It’s been 35 years. Nobody stays the same,” said Zeder.

Formerly Australian Queensland Counter-Terrorism Police charged Three men in connection with the display of neo-Nazi materials after raids in the southeast of the state. Police told Guardian Australia that police officers found a series of offensive swastika banners, stickers and leaflets at residences in the Brisbane, Gold Coast suburbs of Pimpam and Oxenford.

Police believe one of the banners with Nazi symbols and “Hitler was right” was hung on the Pacific Highway in Helensvale in November 2022.

Last ship previously covered by grain agreement left Black Sea.

Source: Gazeta


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