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Bild-Zeitung: Kriegshetzer und Waffen-Lobbyist

Bitchute 25 Jan 2023
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OBITUARIES 5 PAGES/ 23.1.2023: DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG HAT 5 SEITEN TODESANZEIGEN

Bitchute 25 Jan 2023
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�bersaterblichkeit im 4R 23.1.2023: Deutsche Zeitung hat 5 Seiten Todesanzeigen

Bitchute 23 Jan 2023
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Gerhard Wisnewski: Was 2022 nicht in der Zeitung stand | www.kla.tv/24806

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AUF1-Spezial: Was 2022 nicht in der Zeitung stand - Auf1TV

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AUF1-Spezial Was 2022 nicht in der Zeitung stand-

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AUF1-Spezial: Was 2022 nicht in der Zeitung stand.

Bitchute 09 Jan 2023
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FAZ: Hungary Legitimately Criticises Ukraine’s Language Law

Hungary Today 04 Jan 2023
Stefan Löwenstein, the Vienna correspondent of the German daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, who also frequently writes about Hungarian affairs, published an article on Ukrainian-Hungarian relations and the Ukrainian laws that adversely affect the Hungarian community in Transcarpathia ... Related article ... pic.twitter.com/mrg1w57N7s ... ....
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Isabel Schnabel: Interview with Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (ECB - European Central Bank)

Public Technologies 24 Dec 2022
) Interview with Isabel Schnabel, Member of the Executive Board of the ECB, conducted by Gerald Braunberger and Christian Siedenbiedel on 16 December 2022. 24 December 2022. Ms Schnabel, among other things, 2022 is likely to go down in history as the year of high inflation ... I have been working intensely on how to tackle high inflation all year ... (noodl.
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Bundesbank-Vizepräsidentin Claudia Buch: "Banks have smaller buffers" Interview published in the Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung (FAZ) (Deutsche Bundesbank)

Public Technologies 21 Dec 2022
). Interview with Claudia Buch conducted by Markus Frühauf. Translation. Deutsche Bundesbank From 1 February 2023, banks will have to satisfy the countercyclical capital buffers - 0.75% for loans in general and 2.0% for loans secured by residential property. Institutions continue to oppose this ... ... Yes ... © Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung GmbH, Frankfurt.
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# Volkslehrer : Volkslehrer*innen: Erst der MDR, jetzt die Berliner Zeitung.

Bitchute 17 Dec 2022
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ZKB is not poaching Credit Suisse clients, CEO tells Neue Zuercher Zeitung

Reuters 17 Dec 2022
ZKB CEO Urs Baumann told the Neue Zuercher Zeitung his bank was not actively approaching Credit Suisse clients and said ZKB was not using its state backing as a marketing tool amid such market jitters. "We deliberately do not do that. We are one of the safest banks in the world even without a state guarantee ... "We want a strong CS ... Video ... ....
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Klimawandel: Alles Schwindel? Erzeugt die S�ddeutsche Zeitung mit falschen Daten Panik?

Bitchute 13 Dec 2022
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