Culture of remembrance: Why there were never Hitler monuments

AOn the dance floor of insanity that we call Twitter, a strange micro-debate about Hitler monuments can be followed for days. It is a branch of the controversy over outdated monuments that began with the overthrow of the slave trader statue in Bristol by an activist mob. In short, it is about the argument that […]

Two other health workers died in Barranquilla due to possible COVID-19

Two other health workers in Barranquilla, the doctor Andrés Acevedo and the nursing assistant Delcy Talaigua, died – apparently – by COVID-19. The general doctor Andrés Roberto Acevedo, 58 years old, a Costa Rican national and who had been living and working in the city for 17 years, lost his life this Thursday after being […]

Decision on Hagia Sophia now lies with Erdogan – politics –

2.07.2020 16:02 (Akt. 2.07.2020 16:10) Hagia Sophia was the largest Christian church © WHAT (AFP / Symbolbild) The Supreme Administrative Court (Danistay) of Turkey apparently places the decision on the future status of Hagia Sophia and its possible conversion into a mosque in the hands of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. According to the portal “OrthodoxTimes” […]

Murakami on the verge of bankruptcy – Last Hour

(ANSA) – NEW YORK, JULY 02 – Takashi Murakami, one of the most successful artists on the international market, reveals that he is on the verge of bankruptcy. In a 15-minute video posted on Instagram, the acclaimed star of contemporary art tells the two million fans the story “that breaks the heart” of his “economic […]

The state must apologize for Zeman’s statement about journalist Peroutek

Updates: 02.07.2020 16:15 Released: 02.07.2020, 12:20 Prague – The state must apologize through the Ministry of Finance for President Miloš Zeman calling journalist Ferdinand Peroutka the author of the article “Hitler is a gentleman”. The decision was made by the Prague City Court, which thus partially upheld the appeal of the journalist’s granddaughter Terezia Kaslová. […]

The day Suzanne Lenglen planted the Queen of England

It is reaching the European Grand Slams and a long list of names occupies our mind. Some will think of Roger Federer, others of Rafa Nadal, perhaps Serena Williams, Steffi Graf or Bjorn Borg. But if there is someone who dominated summer tournaments like no one else, that was Suzanne Lenglen. A tennis pioneer who […]