Death at charlottesville demonstration: us neo-nazi pleads innocent

James Fields crashed his car into an anti-Nazi demonstration – killing a demonstrator. In his eyes, the charges against him are unfounded.

American heroine: Heather Heyer was killed at a demonstration against neo-Nazis in Charlottesville Photo: ap

A neo-Nazi charged with murdering a demonstrator in the U.S. city of Charlottesville has pleaded not guilty in court. At the start of his trial on Monday, 21-year-old James Fields judged the charges to be unfounded on all counts.

Award ceremony for ken jebsen: great cinema of the absent

The honoree does not come, the laudator is missing. Leftists demonstrate against leftists. And there is also a bit of tinfoil.

The entrance to the Babylon cinema Photo: Imago / Ipon

No, it was not the premiere of the new Star Wars, which came on Thursday in front of and in the Berlin cinema Babylon to the performance, even if still so much of the "Empire" or the "dark side of the force" was spoken. Gathered instead were the followers of controversial media maker Ken Jebsen, who explain the world with very simple friend-foe constellations.

Column declaration of love: away with the platform ticket

The Christian Democrats in Hamburg are making the already beleaguered SPD mayor Olaf Scholz look a little worse for wear.

In practice, the ticket is aimed less at revolutionaries than at beggars and the homeless Illustration: TOM

Hamburg’s CDU has landed a minor PR coup – one that makes the already beleaguered SPD mayor Olaf Scholz look a little worse for wear: it is calling for the abolition of the platform ticket on public transport. And the red-green Senate refuses.