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NDR Info News from March 1st, 2019:

Pakistan releases Indian pilots

Islamabad: Pakistan is trying to defuse the crisis with India. The Indian military pilot captured two days ago has been released. Pakistani authorities spoke of a gesture of peace. TV images showed how the pilot returned to his home country at a border crossing. The army member was arrested the day before yesterday after the Pakistani military shot down his Indian machine. The conflict over the Kashmir region claimed by both countries has intensified dramatically this week. There had previously been a suicide attack in an area controlled by India. As a result, the Indian Air Force flew an anti-terror attack on Pakistani territory. A little later, Pakistan reported the downing of an Indian fighter plane and arrested the pilot March 1st, 2019 7:45 pm

BGH confirms murder sentence against car razors

Karlsruhe: The Federal Court of Justice has for the first time confirmed the conviction of a car razor for murder. The Karlsruhe judges rejected the defendant's appeal as unfounded. The 26-year-old defendant was sentenced to life imprisonment by the Hamburg district court over a year ago. He stole a taxi one night in May 2017. With the unlit vehicle, the drunk man raced through Hamburg on the run from the police and drove into the opposite lane. A passenger was killed in a head-on collision with another taxi. | 03/01/2019 7:45 p.m.

The number of unemployed continues to fall

Nuremberg: The development on the labor market was better in February than usual at this time of the year. The number of unemployed fell by 33,000 compared to January. In the Federal Republic of Germany, 2 million, 373 thousand men and women were registered as unemployed. That is the lowest February figure since reunification. The head of the Federal Employment Agency, Scheele, pointed out that the positive development is continuing, although the economy has weakened 03/01/2019 7:45 p.m.

Greta Thunberg on climate demonstration in Hamburg

Hamburg: Thousands of students from all over northern Germany demonstrated in the Hanseatic city for a better climate policy. They moved from the Gänsemarkt through the city center to the Rathausmarkt. The organizers speak of 10,000 participants, the police of 4,000. Slogans such as "The climate is not waiting" and "It is about our future" could be read on posters and banners. The protest march was led by 16-year-old Greta Thunberg, who was celebrated by the students in chants. The Swedish climate activist started demonstrating alone in front of the Stockholm Reichstag six months ago 03/01/2019 7:45 p.m.

Other items secured in Lügde

Lügde: In the case of child abuse on a campsite, the investigators have again seized numerous objects. According to the Detmold public prosecutor, the number of things is in the double digits. These include CD "s, floppy disks, SIM and SD cards as well as documents. Several items were also seized in the accommodation of a second accused. The investigators had the plot of the main suspect at the campsite in Lügde in North Rhine-Westphalia for another three days No further searches are planned. More than 30 children are said to have been sexually abused in hundreds of cases since 2008 on the square on the border with Lower Saxony. | 03/01/2019 7:45 p.m.

Weather forecast

The weather: Cloudy at night, larger clearances on the coasts and mostly dry. Lowest values ​​plus 4 to minus 1 degrees. Cloudy tomorrow and rain from the west, 5 to 11 degrees. The further prospects: On Sunday often rain, only a little sun in the north, a maximum of 8 to 12 degrees. On Monday inconsistent with rain or sleet showers, at 8 to 12 degrees. | 03/01/2019 7:45 p.m.