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There was also extensive celebrations in Bonn and Aachen

No one was injured in either of the fires.

A 58-year-old suffered serious head injuries in Unterwellenborn (Saalfeld-Rudolstadt district) when he fell from an e-bike. The man was traveling with a 48-year-old in the Röblitz district on Saturday evening when he lost control and fell, the Saalfeld police said on Tuesday morning. He suffered serious head injuries and was taken to hospital. A breath alcohol test on the 48-year-old had a value of 1.59 per thousand. It could therefore not be ruled out that the 58-year-old was also under the influence of alcohol at the time of the accident, the police said.

A gardener from Unterwellenborn (Saalfeld-Rudolstadt district) has found a suspected tool thief on his own. According to a police spokeswoman, the 49-year-old noticed on Wednesday that his garden shed in the Koenitz district had been broken into the day before. The intruder had broken a window and then, according to the police, hid a box with tools that he wanted to pick up on Wednesday evening with a bicycle trailer. According to the police, the 49-year-old lay in wait and was finally able to catch the suspected burglar. It was a 32-year-old who was already known to the police for various offenses, it said.

A transformer house was destroyed in a fire on a dairy cattle facility in Unterwellenborn (Saalfeld-Rudolstadt district). An electrician had noticed the fire on Thursday night when he came to the facility because of a power failure, the police said. The fire brigade was able to prevent the flames from spreading to other buildings. Why the fire broke out was initially unclear. The damage caused is estimated at 50,000 euros.

A shop detective in North Rhine-Westphalia catches an elderly lady stealing. When he tries to confront the woman, he has to deal with her older companion – and ends up in the hospital. 

A shop detective in Gelsenkirchen will never forget this theft by a senior citizen: first he caught a 75-year-old woman red-handed in a discounter, and then an 80-year-old man hit him on the head with a walking stick in front of the store . The two seniors were able to flee. The 36-year-old shop detective had to go to hospital for treatment, the police reported.

According to the police, the detective had observed the woman on Tuesday afternoon in the discounter stealing cosmetics and confectionery. When he confronted her, she warned him not to mess with her, said police spokesman Thomas Nowaczyk. Then she left the shop. Outside he caught up with her and asked her back into the shop. 

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 “Then a man waiting in front of the door hit the detective with his walking stick and slightly injured him,” said Nowaczyk. Rescue workers took the 36-year-old to a hospital for treatment. A manhunt for the two was unsuccessful.

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Los Angeles (AP) – Shortly before Halloween, Heidi Klum (45) puzzles with another sample of this year’s costume.

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“Any guesses ?!” wrote the German model on Instagram on Monday about a short video of a modeled gray, chunky foot. “You’ll find out soon!” Added Klum with the hashtag “#TwoMoreDays #CantWait”.

On Wednesday, the mother of four hosts her 19th Halloween party in a New York club.essay topics about technology For weeks she has been giving small insights into the preparations on social media. 

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A foot with thrombosis, King Kong, Zombie, Fiona, Statue of Liberty, Bigfoot or Baby-Klum, followers puzzled in comments on the Instagram account. Klum usually keeps the disguise secret until their traditional party on October 31st.

She only revealed to the “Hollywood Reporter” in advance that her costume would be “very, very cute” this time, because she didn’t look so nice last year. In 2017 the presenter of “Germany’s Next Top Model” appeared in the werewolf look that Michael Jackson had worn in the 1982 music video “Thriller”.

She was really proud of her reputation in Hollywood as the “Queen of Halloween”, Klum assured the magazine. She and her guests would take the costumes very seriously, because without a good outfit nobody would be allowed into the party.

At her previous Halloween parties, the model from Bergisch Gladbach near Cologne disguised herself as a comic figure Jessica Rabbit, Cleopatra, gorilla or vampire. As a wrinkled granny with gray hair and a walking stick in 2013, she particularly liked herself, Klum told the Hollywood Reporter. “I didn’t become someone else, but myself, just older.” She had a lot of fun looking into the future. 

Cologne / Düsseldorf (dpa) – Alaaf and Helau: punctually on 11.11. At 11:11 in the Rhineland and other regions of Germany, crazy time began. Tens of thousands of carnivalists extensively celebrated the start of the carnival in Cologne. Whether in traditional costumes of carnival clubs or disguised as clowns, sailors or bank robbers – the carnivalists and fools swayed and sang together.

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In Düsseldorf, the traditional rogue Hoppeditz woke up from the dead – on last Ash Wednesday he was buried. There was also extensive celebrations in Bonn and Aachen.

In Cologne it first became official: Under the watchful eyes of Mayor Henriette Reker (independent), the festival committee and the new triumvirate in the town hall signed the new session contract. After all, everything has to be in order in Carnival. Later Reker said to the crowd on the centrally located Heumark: “I hope you have all gotten into the dark – we have already done that backstage.” She wished the carnivalists a peaceful and exuberant celebration.

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Especially in the cathedral city, the festival again attracted many carnival tourists. In the past few years, massive excesses of drinking were lamented, which City Hall chief Reker had described as “unacceptable”. The city now relies on a changed event concept, including more toilets and the expansion of a glass prohibition zone. The rush was great. This was due to the relatively good weather, but also to the date – because 11.11. fell on a Sunday, many carnivalists didn’t have to go to work. The situation remained “relatively relaxed” until late afternoon, as a city spokeswoman said. Compared to the previous year, the number of emergency services alerted fell by around a quarter.

The people of Düsseldorf celebrated the start of the “fifth season” in front of the town hall, where Hoppeditz gave a humorous, caricature speech and the authorities read the riot act. Mining costumes were an eye-catcher – the last Ruhr colliery in Bottrop will close at the end of 2018, so mining is once again a big topic in the population.

There was also rumbling outside of North Rhine-Westphalia. Thousands of people in the Mardi Gras stronghold of Mainz started the Narrhall march to prepare for the fifth season. Traditionally, the “Foolish Basic Law of Mainz Carnival” was read out at Schillerplatz. According to Article 10, all Mainzers can be obliged to do foolish services. Article 11 calls for happiness.

The foolish time has a long tradition, especially in the Rhineland, but also in other parts of Germany costumed people took the opportunity to celebrate. In Cottbus, for example, several hundred fools conquered the town hall in order to symbolically take over official duties for one day.

Sheffield (dpa) – Disposed Christmas trees can provide raw materials for sweeteners or color. Pine needles consist of up to 85 percent of so-called lignocellulose, which can be broken down into usable chemicals with the help of heat and solvents, said researchers from Sheffield University.

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Because lignocellulose has such a complex structure, fir needles are not very suitable for producing energy from biomass. For most industrial processes, they are so far useless.

“My research focuses on the breakdown of this complex structure into simple, high-quality raw materials such as sugar or phenols. These are used in products such as household cleaners or in mouthwashes,” said PhD student Cynthia Kartey. With the help of a relatively simple but so far unexplored process, biorefineries could also process the needles one day. Among other things, the result is a liquid that typically contains glucose, acetic acid and phenols. It could also be used to make sweeteners, paint or vinegar.

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Both freshly felled trees and specimens that previously stood as a decorated Christmas tree in the living room were suitable for the process.

Millions of Christmas trees are being disposed of in Germany these days. They are often collected separately by waste disposal companies. In Berlin, the trees are mostly shredded and taken to biomass power plants. In some places they are also composted.

Ulm (dpa) – The Danube as a party paradise: tens of thousands celebrated the Ulm Oath Monday on the second longest river in Europe with an exuberant water carnival.

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They cheered thousands of active people who drove downstream in rubber dinghies, on rafts and imaginative motif boats between Ulm and Neu-Ulm.

There was a lot of applause for posters and banners poking fun at current political developments. Among them was a boat in the colors of Bavaria with the image of CSU Prime Minister Markus Söder. In addition, the saying: “Attention Ulm! Bavaria is closing the borders.” An allusion to the asylum dispute between the CSU and CDU and the location of the twin city on the river border – Neu-Ulm is in Bavaria, Ulm in Baden-Württemberg.

The “Nabada” (Swabian for “bathing down”) has long been the most popular highlight of the Ulm Oath Monday, which is celebrated on the penultimate Monday in July.

Rio de Janeiro (dpa) – Clear the stage for the world-famous Carnival on Sugar Loaf: In Rio de Janeiro, the parades of the samba schools began on Friday evening despite a violent thunderstorm.

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Shortly before the start of the parades, the rain showers flooded parts of the Sambodromo parade street – but the first samba school then passed the, albeit half-empty, spectator stands with a slight delay.