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North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany: Incendiary Attack by Action Cell Haukur Hilmarsson Against a Car Dealership that Sponsors AKP Regime Events

Early in the morning on 12.03 we placed incendiaries under the vehicles at the side of the company builing and disappeared unrecognized into the darkness of the night. 553 more words


North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany: Molotov Attack Against a Fascist 'Grey Wolves' Club in Meschede

11.03.18: With the advance of the occupation forces of the fascist Turkish State and in view of the expected genocide of the Kurdish people, the Kurdish youth in Europe are carrying out increasingly radical actions in all cities. 31 more words

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Münster, Germany

Back in November I got to visit Münster, a city in North Rhine-Westphalia that numbers over 300.000 inhabitants. It’s definitely not a much-advertised destination, and had it not been for my boyfriend who was there for a few months on an Erasmus scolarship, I wouldn’t have known about it, let alone visited. 404 more words

Hezbollah Aligned German Center Declares Resistance Against Israel -- “Israel is the enemy – we are here to carry out resistance,.”


The NRW state intelligence agency – roughly equivalent to Shin Bet in Germany – monitors Al Mahdi because it represents a threat to German democracy. 519 more words

Germany 2017: Münster

Münster, North Rhine-Westphalia:

In March, I had to travel to Münster for four days because of work, but I arrived early and walked a bit through the city centre. 319 more words


Thyssenkrupp's home state in favour of Tata Steel tie-up

The government of North Rhine-Westphalia, home to engineering and steel group Thyssenkrupp, has come out in favour of the group’s planned merger of its European steel operations with those of Tata Steel. 153 more words

Not Just The German Carnival Capital: Your Weekend Guide to Cologne

I admit, I was guilty of it myself: I’ve travelled to quite a few other German cities and towns before, but never really considered going to Cologne, the largest city of the German Bundesland of North Rhine-Westphalia, until I was heading from Berlin to Bavaria this spring and happened to pass through during carnival time. 1,630 more words

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