Roma and Sinti Holocaust Victims’ Stories Told in Kosovo Exhibition

It also includes family pictures that illustrate how Roma and Sinti people were integrated into local life in Germany and German documents and testimonies by Nazis that explain how Roma and Sinti people were systematically dehumanized.

Denis Avdi of the Voice of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians NGO, which co-organised the exhibition. Photo: BIRN/Serbeze Haxhiaj.

Democracy Digest: Slovak President Threatens to Sue Fico as Political Tensions Rise

Meanwhile, President Caputova, the most trusted Slovak politician, does not often talk about how often she and her daughters receive various threats, including death threats. Yet earlier this week, she posted on social media that she is prepared to take legal action against Smer leader and former PM Robert Fico.

One dead and another severely injured in shooting at Mercedes Benz plant in Germany

Rescue workers are on the scene at factory 56 in Sindelfingen, which assembles the S-Class, according to the Bild newspaper.
According to a German newspaper report citing police, the suspect was detained after the shooting at the factory.
It added that the background of the shooting is still unclear.

Factbox: When are the Eurovision Song Contest semi-finals and final?

Eurovision 2023 has kicked off in Liverpool, northern England, where acts from 37 countries are competing to win the 67th edition of the song contest.

Liverpool is hosting on behalf of Ukraine, which won the contest last with Kalush Orchestra's "Stefania."

Ukraine was unable to stage the event this year, as the winner usually does, because of Russia's invasion.

Automotive exports top $11 billion in January-April

Türkiye's automotive industry boosted its export revenues by 11 percent on an annual basis in the January-April period to $11.3 billion, the Automotive Industry Exporters' Association (OİB) has said.

Passenger car and bus, minibus exports registered double digit growth in April, according to Baran Çelik, board chair of the OİB.