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"The Woman, the Miracle"
Sure, opinionated, humorous, that's how Antje Sievers not only comes across on her Facebook page when she actively opposes prostitution, but also in a conversation with Style PASS online, where she talks about her current novel, "Die Judenmadonna". It is an ambitious novel project, for which she has done a lot of research and taken herself back into past times. The novel deals with the ugly sides of religion, not a love monkey, but something for romantics who not only want to be entertained, but who are also interested in a serious look at history.
My God, Maradona!
Although 250,000 people live in Lanus, Argentina, Lanus is only a suburb of the metropolis of Buenos Aires. The townscape of this suburb is characterised by numerous slums, the Villa Miserias. There, in Villa Frorito, Diego Maradona grew up.
Red was yesterday
People like to be labelled with terms such as icon or cult. With Daniel Cohn-Bendit we give ourselves that, but one thing is certain: he is a relevant figure in contemporary history. It is appropriate for such a person to look back on his life. An eventful life, which caused him to commute between France and Germany as a stateless person due to the unfavourable circumstances - his parents fled from the Nazis in Frankfurt to France. And the country of his heart had kicked him out in between after "Dany le Rouge", the red Daniel, had instigated the 68 revolution in Paris.
Off to the island
Too bad for Wolfsburg, good for Chelsea: Pernille Harder, the blonde Danish woman with the insatiable appetite for success, has "made it across" to the island. There her goals are needed, with which she spoiled the local german women's soccer Bundesliga