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ÖFB wins the toughest group in the European Football Championship – Assange…

ÖFB wins the toughest group in the European Football Championship – Assange…

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Austria leads its group in the European Championship: ÖFB sensationally beat Netherlands 3-2 in Berlin. Not only did he survive the toughest group in this European Championship, he won it too. It is still unclear who Austria's opponent will be in the round of 16. However, it will be a task that can be solved on paper. More about this

Well, Austria is now truly European champion: The historic victory achieved by the Austrian national football team in its group in the European Championship is an affirmation, an invitation to dream, and a warning at the same time. This is written Michael Stadler in it Morning shine. More about this

Assange is a “free man”: A US court has approved the plea agreement between WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and the US judiciary regarding espionage allegations, and ordered his release. According to journalists present, the presiding judge, Ramona Manglona, ​​said Assange could “leave the courtroom a free man.” More on this

Storming Parliament in Kenya: Several demonstrators killed, dozens injured, and the parliament building burned: This is the initial result of the violent protests in Kenya against the planned tax increases. Police opened fire on demonstrators in the capital, Nairobi, on Tuesday, who were trying to storm parliament during a vote on new financial laws. More about this

AUA “Cold Plane” is flying again: The A320, which was damaged by a hailstorm, is flying again and should soon return to regular flight operations. More about this

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