The issue of recreational and medical cannabis use is controversial in many countries, as opponents fear crime connected to drug abuse and addiction.
A Sikh priest was among three persons injured when an explosion ripped through a gurudwara in Germany’s western city of Essen as India on Sunday expressed “distress” at what is being deemed as a deliberate act.
World Cup winners in 2014, Germany are among the front-runners for the 24-team tournament in France starting on June 10
Two commuter trains collided on a single-track line near Bad Aibling February 9 killing 11 people.
Investigators are trying to determine the man’s identity but confirmed that nobody else was injured in the blast despite heavy traffic.
The two trains were supposed to pass one another at a station where the track was divided, and a safety system installed on much of Germany’s labyrinthine rail network was supposed to automatically brake trains that end up on the same track.
TV footage showed emergency helicopters and ambulances lined up in an area near the crash scene waiting to transport the most severely injured to hospitals.
The train accident happened at 6.48 a.m. local time (0548 GMT) near Bad Aibling in the southeastern corner of Germany
The city has been on high alert following complaints of molestation, reported by hundreds of women during New Year Eve celebrations, by men described as being of North African or Arabic origin.
The woman, Gurpreet, posted a short video on Twitter, alleging she and her seven-year daughter had been kept in a refugee camp in Germany by her husband’s family.
Germany also plans to declare Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia safe countries of origin, Gabriel said, making it easier to send migrants back to those countries.
Almost 4.3 million Syrians have fled civil war since 2011 and most remain in the region, mainly in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey
Germany would initially contribute 200 million euros ($217 million), with money to start flowing in mid-2016, and would ask other donors to contribute, according to a handout from his delegation.
“We are the people”, “Resistance!” and “Deport them!”, chanted the followers of LEGIDA, the local chapter of xenophobic group PEGIDA.
Merkel announced a proposal Saturday that would make it easier to deport migrants who commit crimes, which still needs parliamentary approval.