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News for NRW in the morning – News

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News for NRW in the morning – News

Things look different in Bavaria. There’s even an official storm warning for black ice. And also The airport in Munich has stopped operations until noon today due to the freezing rain. There are no take-offs or landings. 300 flights are affected.

If the situation on the roads in North Rhine-Westphalia worsens again, there will be an additional challenge today: As part of the warning strikes in the public sector, employees of the state company Straßen.NRW are also called on to stop work. This is likely to lead to failures and delays in the clearance services. There will be a big demonstration in front of the state parliament.

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Trial after body found in storm drain A body was stuck upside down in a sewer shaft: In March of this year, this discovery on the city limits of Cologne made headlines. A teenager made the grisly discovery and alerted the police. Today a 40-year-old is on trial for manslaughter.

DFB Cup and Nations League The first round of 16 games in the DFB Cup competition will be played today. From a NRW perspective, the Bundesliga duel between Borussia Mönchengladbach and VfL Wolfsburg is particularly interesting. In addition, second division team Fortuna Düsseldorf has to play against FC Magdeburg (6 p.m.). The German footballers are also playing today: They face Wales in the Nations League.

Investigations against two Cologne footballers • After a fatal car accident on the A 555 near Wesseling on Saturday night, the Cologne public prosecutor’s office is investigating two young players from 1. FC Köln. There are initial suspicions of negligent homicide and participation in a forbidden race.

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CO2-Emissions at a record high Almost 37 billion tons of climate-damaging carbon dioxide are expected to be released worldwide this year through the burning of coal, oil and natural gas – that would be a record high, write more than 120 international scientists in one new report. Accordingly, the CO2 increase in India is around eight percent and in China it is four percent. In the EU, however, emissions have fallen by more than seven percent and in the USA by three percent.

PISA study appears • The OECD is presenting the new PISA study today at 11 a.m. It is the first since the corona pandemic. As always, the questions asked were reading, natural sciences and math. This time, the special focus was on math. Since the “PISA shock” that the first study triggered in Germany in 2000, the results in Germany had initially improved – since 2016 but it goes downhill again.

Volunteer Day Today’s International Volunteer Day honors and promotes volunteer work. The day was established by the United Nations in 1986. Around 29 million people in Germany are committed to the common good without pay.

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