In addition, according to the judge, he stalked two affected women for months after they had ended the sexual relationship.

In addition, according to the judge, he stalked two affected women for months after they had ended the sexual relationship.

In addition, according to the judge, he stalked two affected women for months after they had ended the sexual relationship.

In addition, according to the judge, he stalked two affected women for months after they had ended their sexual relationship. The psychotherapist even flew one of them on vacation in Thailand. Suddenly he showed up at her hotel in Koh Samui to look for her near. He took another patient with him on vacation to Egypt, with whom he and his fiancée spent the night in a hotel bed.

“You are treating in completely unusual ways in order to derive a sexual advantage from it,” “the judge said at the end of the proceedings. The psychotherapist was convicted of abuse of a relationship of authority and persistent persecution. The previously innocent man was sentenced to eleven months’ imprisonment, which he was conditionally overlooked. On the other hand, he filed a nullity complaint and appeal and was angry about the guilty verdict. “” You are one-sided, “” he called to the judge, “” I don’t accept that! That is unjust. “” The public prosecutor appealed what was in her eyes too mild a sentence. The judgment is therefore not final.

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You probably don’t know Thaumetopoeina. As the interaction with Handke shows, the processionary caterpillar indicates the direction of an entire profession

As you undoubtedly could not have known, decades ago, around the age of Greta, I wanted to become a zoologist (a missed opportunity also for the world of literature, theater and music). So I’m all the more willing to introduce you to a cattle that has long inspired me because of its symbolic-metaphorical conciseness. I mean Thaumetopoeina, the processionary moth caterpillar, which owes its name to the spectacular way in which it procures food: sucking on the buttocks of the respective front caterpillar, it pulls itself as a meter-long worm to the feeding place until the next one beckons, after which the procession is slow at first, but then quickly into it Opposite direction wavers. In this way the Thaumetopoeina would like to be mistaken for a snake in order to scare off predators. But it remains a caterpillar with delicately disgusting customs. I introduced you to the cattle because his approach corresponds to that of many colleagues from the features section – above all from the self-defining large feature section including epigonal entourage.helpme123

When the Swedish Academy announced its decision in favor of Peter Handke, the joy was initially great. How not? As has been demanded for years, one of the most important living authors receives the most important literary prize. The features section seemed to have learned something from its failure 20 years ago: At that time, Handke, mixing literary and political categories in an amateurish way, denied qualification as a writer. Why? Because he had turned against the allocation of collective guilt to Serbia in the Yugoslavia war, he was slandered as a supporter of the genocide. NATO had given the direction, and the procession followed. Always using Handke’s most hated word, namely “” undoubtedly “”, when nothing is more urgent for a critic than doubt. A few years later, Elfriede Jelinek suffered the same fate when she was awarded the Nobel Prize. They were afflicted with instruments that every halfway civilized beer table discussant would abstain from, as a provincial solution and quota beneficiaries. Until the procession took the opposite direction, nobody knows when: Today Elfriede Jelinek is canonized and is the most influential theater personality in the language area. Unfortunately, the gentlemen missed the panning in the Handke case. When the first self-asserted, moralizing feature section denunciator struck his “” undoubtedly “” again, it was all about the published common sense. Consensus and feelings of we are the sheer absurdity for a critic: we can only take all of our experience and intuition together and then pray that neither of them have led him astray.

That’s why I give everyone, just not the feature pages, their equipment for one and a half minutes of reading immortality: the south-eastern European provincial voivodes, the Albanian foreign minister, the front-line journalists from 20 years ago, who quickly add their mustard gas before the caravan goes to rest. Even the envious writers have my understanding, including Saša Stanišić, the winner of the German Book Prize, probably also for non-literary reasons. I even keep my fingers crossed for him, worried, because as I read, to my surprise, he is already 41 years old, but has not yet got beyond the description of his biography. This is dangerous, as several tragic fates (Franz Innerhofer, Brigitte Schwaiger) show: literature only begins with the act of creation. In creating your own, autonomous world in which the Thaumetopoeina no longer counts as a caterpillar.

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The trial against the former head of the Austrian Swimming Association (OSV) was concluded on Thursday at the Vienna Regional Court. Because they are said to have systematically sneaked funding over the years in an appointment with ex-OSV president Paul Schauer, who died in June, ex-functionaries Walter Benesch and Thomas Gangel were convicted of serious fraud.

Benesch was sentenced to two years in prison, Gangel 18 months, whereby the sentences were checked with a three-year probationary period. The senate of lay judges (chairman: Patrizia Kobinger-Böhm) assumed a loss of just over 300,000 euros, which Benesch and Gangel earned in the period from 2006 to 2013 with funds from federal sports funding. Two former employees in the accounting department who, on the instructions of their superiors, had created bogus invoices for accounting at the Federal Sports Organization (BSO) or had implemented them for accounting purposes, received 13 months or three months as subordinate contributors. The judgments are not final.

In accordance with the Association Responsibility Act, the OSV was imposed a fine of 500 euros (50 daily rates of ten euros each) due to the malversations of the former head of the association, which was conditionally checked. The Ministry of Sports, which had addressed the criminal proceedings through the financial procurator as a private party, was awarded 130,000 euros. The same amount was declared forfeited. These decisions are also not final.

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The five employees of the Roman Curia, who were suspended in early October in the context of a scandal involving suspicious real estate transactions, are accused of fraud, corruption, money embezzlement, money laundering and abuse of office. This was reported by the Italian news magazine “” L Espresso “” on Thursday and published excerpts from documents of the Vatican public prosecutors.

According to “” L ́Espresso “”, the scandal is about the misuse of funds, including those from the so-called Peterspfennig, i.e. donations from believers for charity initiatives of the Pope and the Church. 650 million euros from the Peterspfennig are said to have been used by the State Secretariat for non-transparent transactions in recent years.

For example, 250 million dollars (226.3 million euros) from the Vatican coffers are said to have been invested in an oil platform off the coast of Angola. The Italian oil company ENI and the company Falcon Oil owned by African financier Antonio Mosquito were also involved in the deal, reported the news magazine, which on Thursday published excerpts from a report from the Sunday edition. Accordingly, the documents available to the Vatican prosecutors point to a complex system of offshore companies that the Vatican used.

Vatican only confirms seizure

The author of the L ́Espresso report is the well-known investigative journalist Emiliano Fittipaldi. In his book “” Lussuria “” (Lust), published in 2017, he reported on countless abuse scandals in the Italian church and accused the church authorities of having covered them up.

The Vatican itself only confirmed the seizure of “” documents and electronic devices “” from the State Secretariat and the Vatican Financial Supervisory Authority (AIF). The then Pope Benedict XVI. founded the AIF at the end of 2010 to monitor the flow of money in the Vatican.

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Picturesque mountain lakes, traditional villages, untouched nature and duty-free shopping. Andorra, with its capital Andorra la Vella, is not only worth a trip for that reason.

1. The location

The Principality of Andorra is located in the east of the Pyrenees in a high valley and has borders with France and Spain. Andorra la Vella is the capital and is located at almost 1010 meters above sea level in the southwest of the small country at the confluence of the two mountain streams Valira d’Ordino and Valira d’Encamp. There is no rail service to Andorra la Vella and the nearest major airports Toulouse and Barcelona are each a three-hour drive away.

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Tip: If you just want to make a short detour to Andorra, you can do it without any problems. Travel companies offer numerous offers for “” three countries in one day “”. The start is usually from Barcelona, ​​then it goes on to France and Andorra. Important: don’t forget your passport as Andorra is not a member of the European Union.

Interesting: Andorra is the only country in the world that has Catalan as the only official language. Spanish, French and Portuguese are the other popular languages ​​spoken in Andorra.

2. The city’s history

The exact founding date of the city is unknown, but it is certain that it was founded in pre-Christian times. The fact is that Andorra la Vella has been the capital of the dwarf state since the founding of the dwarf state Andorra in the 13th century. Some historical buildings still tell of the city’s long history, most of them line the alleys of the old town Barri Antic.

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Among the most famous are the church of Sant Esteve from the 12th century with its baroque altar painting and the former parliament building, Casa de la Vall, with intricately crafted wall paintings from the 16th and 17th centuries.

Interesting: At the beginning of the 20th century, Andorra was ignored and was not part of the Versailles Treaty either. After political turmoil and a coup attempt by King Boris I, a loose democracy slowly developed. Andorra has had its own constitution since 1993.

3. The tax haven

While the compact old town delights with romantic corners, small cafes and restaurants, shops line up along Avenida Meritxell. Big fashion labels and local designers vie for the favor of day trippers and vacationers, because Andorra la Vella is a popular shopping city due to the tax breaks (duty-free shopping!).

Tip: Many holidaymakers also stop in Andorra to refuel cheaply. After all, you can get gasoline here 20% cheaper than in Spain and up to 40% than in France.

4. Winter sports insider tip

A popular winter sports area opens up right at the gates of Andorra’s largest city with 22,000. With the “” Grandvalira “” ski pass, winter sports enthusiasts have access to 210 kilometers of pistes, which are accessed by 71 lifts. This makes it the largest ski area in Europe outside the Alps. It consists of the areas of Pas de la Casa / Grau Roig and Soldeu / El Tarter.

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By the way: après-ski in Andorra is an insider tip! The low prices for food and drinks are attracting many young winter sports enthusiasts from Spain and France to the dwarf state. At the valley stations of the Grandvalira ski area there are a number of umbrella bars and there are also enough huts in the ski area itself for refreshments. In the capital Andorra La Vella, numerous clubs are also waiting for the night owls.

Those who prefer to visit the city in the summer months will not be disappointed either: Then the mountains beckon with well-developed hiking trails that lead through tobacco fields that start not far from the city limits or over picturesque stone bridges such as La Margineda.

5. The climate

The weather is very mixed. The summers are warm but also rainy. This is mainly due to the fact that the Mediterranean Sea is not far away and the capital Andorra La Vella is on the 42nd degree of latitude (comparable to Rome) – but significantly higher, in the middle of the mountains at an altitude of at least 1,079 meters above sea level. The lowest point is at 840 meters. Around a third of the country’s area is above the tree line.

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It gets cold from November to February, when snow can fall not only at high altitudes.

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