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Happy New Year: In Many German Cities, The Year 2023 Was Greeted With Riots

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on January 1, 2023

👉 ገብርኤል 👉 ማርያም 👉 ኡራኤል 😇 ጊዮርጊስ 👉 ተክለ ሐይማኖት 👉 መርቆርዮስ 👉 ዮሴፍ 👉 መድኃኔ ዓለም

💭 በብዙ የጀርመን ከተሞች የግሬጎርያኑ አዲስ 2023 ዓመት በሁከትና ብጥብጥ ጀምሯል። በተለይ የፖሊስ መኮንኖች እና የእሳት አደጋ ተከላካዮች ላይ ሮኬቶች እና ርችቶች እየተተኮሱባቸው ነው።

ይህን ዓይነት ጠንካራ ሁከት ባለፉት አመታት አይተን አናውቀውም ነበር።” / „Diese Intensität kannten wir kannten wir aus den Vorjahren nicht.„/ „We didn’t know this intensity from previous years„

💭 In Berlin and Leipzig serious accidents and crimes involving fireworks have overshadowed the return of the big New Year’s Eve firecrackers in Germany. In Berlin Police officers and firefighters were “massively attacked with firecrackers” while extinguishing a burning car, the police tweeted.

According to the police, 60 to 80 people tried to light a vehicle with fireworks in the Lichtenrade district. Also in Berlin, the windows of a shop were “blown away”. Colleagues were “literally under fire,” the police tweeted, and one officer sustained injuries.

On the eve of New Year’s Eve, young people in Schöneberg threw firecrackers on the street and at police officers. Five people involved were temporarily arrested. A police officer was slightly injured but remained on duty, a spokeswoman said. As early as Thursday evening, around 150 people in the district had illegally detonated firecrackers and rockets and triggered a police operation.

The fire brigade in the capital reported a total of more than 1700 missions, almost 700 more than a year ago during the corona restrictions. According to this, 22 people were injured by firecrackers and rockets. In 38 cases, emergency services were attacked, one of the injured rescuers had to go to the hospital.


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የጊዜ ምልክት | ጀርመን እና ቤልጂም ታይቶ በማይታወቅ ጎርፍ ተጥለቀለቁ | በጥቂቱ መቶ ሰዎች ሞቱ

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on July 16, 2021


ነፍስ ይማርR.I.FR.I.P — R.I.VR.E.P

[ትንቢተ ኢሳይያስ ምዕራፍ ፳፰፥፩፡፪]❖

ለኤፍሬም ሰካሮች ትዕቢት አክሊል፥ በወይን ጠጅ ለተሸነፉ በወፍራም ሸለቆአቸው ራስ ላይ ላለችም ለረገፈች ለክብሩ ጌጥ አበባ ወዮ! እነሆ፥ በጌታ ዘንድ ኃያል ብርቱ የሆነ አለ። እንደ በረዶ ወጨፎ፥ እንደሚያጠፋም ዐውሎ ነፋስ፥ እንደሚያጥለቀልቅም እንደ ታላቅ ውኃ ፈሳሽ በጠነከረ እጅ ወደ ምድር ይጥላል።”

[የማቴዎስ ወንጌል ምዕራፍ ፳፬፥፴፯፡፴፱]❖

የኖኅ ዘመን እንደ ነበረ የሰው ልጅ መምጣት እንዲሁ ይሆናልና። በዚያች ወራት ከጥፋት ውኃ በፊት፥ ኖኅ ወደ መርከብ እስከገባበት ቀን ድረስ፥ ሲበሉና ሲጠጡ ሲያገቡና ሲጋቡም እንደ ነበሩ፥ የጥፋት ውኃም መጥቶ ሁሉን እስከ ወሰደ ድረስ እንዳላወቁ፥ የሰው ልጅ መምጣት ደግሞ እንዲሁ ይሆናል።”

💭 Climate Scientists Shocked by Scale of Floods in Germany

Deluge raises fears human-caused disruption is making extreme weather even worse than predicted

The intensity and scale of the floods in Germany this week have shocked climate scientists, who did not expect records to be broken this much, over such a wide area or this soon.

After the deadly heatwave in the US and Canada, where temperatures rose above 49.6C two weeks ago, the deluge in central Europe has raised fears that human-caused climate disruption is making extreme weather even worse than predicted.

Precipitation records were smashed across a wide area of the Rhine basin on Wednesday, with devastating consequences. At least 58 people have been killed, tens of thousands of homes flooded and power supplies disrupted.

Parts of Rhineland-Palatinate and North Rhine-Westphalia were inundated with 148 litres of rain per sq metre within 48 hours in a part of Germany that usually sees about 80 litres in the whole of July.

The city of Hagen declared a state of emergency after the Volme burst its banks and its waters rose to levels not seen more than four times a century.

The most striking of more than a dozen records was set at the Köln-Stammheim station, which was deluged in 154mm of rain over 24 hours, obliterating the city’s previous daily rainfall high of 95mm.

Climate scientists have long predicted that human emissions would cause more floods, heatwaves, droughts, storms and other forms of extreme weather, but the latest spikes have surpassed many expectations.

“I am surprised by how far it is above the previous record,” Dieter Gerten, professor of global change climatology and hydrology at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, said. “We seem to be not just above normal but in domains we didn’t expect in terms of spatial extent and the speed it developed.”

Gerten, who grew up in a village in the affected area, said it occasionally flooded, but not like this week. Previous summer downpours have been as heavy, but have hit a smaller area, and previous winter storms have not raised rivers to such dangerous levels. “This week’s event is totally untypical for that region. It lasted a long time and affected a wide area,” he said.

Scientists will need more time to assess the extent to which human emissions made this storm more likely, but the record downpour is in keeping with broader global trends.

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