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Frankfurt: The trial of the Bundeswehr officer Franco A., who pretended to be a refugee, begins on Thursday. According to the prosecution, he was planning a "false flag" attack. [more]

By Heike Borufka and Danijel Majić


To the article Crater, but no damage: World War II bomb detonated in Frankfurt shortly after midnight

Frankfurt: The 500 kilo bomb from World War II, which was found during construction work in Frankfurt's north end, was detonated in a controlled manner shortly after midnight. Apparently there was no damage. 25,000 residents were able to return to their homes. [more]


to the picture gallery of the ad hoc evacuation after a bomb was found in Frankfurt

Frankfurt: A World War II bomb was detonated in a controlled manner in Frankfurt's Nordend on Thursday night. The police, fire brigade and rescue services previously evacuated the exclusion zone: 25,000 people had to leave their homes. [Picture gallery]


To the article Terzic and Seoane say no: New Eintracht trainer? These candidates are still left

Frankfurt: Eintracht Frankfurt has already bought a few baskets when looking for a coach. Erik ten Hag stays in Amsterdam, Gerardo Seoane goes to Leverkusen, Edin Terzic doesn't want to either. But there are new coach candidates. [more]


To the article Under lock and key for 30 years: NSU files remain secret

Wiesbaden: The Hessian NSU files remain under lock and key. In an emotional debate, the black-green coalition and the state parliament opposition wrestled to release the classified papers. [more]


To the article Opening stage two in sight: In the Wetterau, normality beckons from Friday

Friedberg: After the first easing of the corona restrictions, the next ones could follow on Friday: The second opening stage will probably come into force in the Wetterau district on the weekend of Pentecost. The gastronomy should be particularly pleased. [more]