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Left project "Köpi" is to be evacuated with police operations

2021-10-15T01:27:28.926Z

The left-wing autonomous car camp "Köpi" in Berlin-Mitte is to be evacuated by the police on Friday. Disputes with residents on the approximately 2,600 square meter property are expected. The owner successfully sued for eviction in June with reference to a building permit. The Berlin Court of Justice rejected an urgent application by the residents to stop the foreclosure on Wednesday.



The left-wing autonomous car camp "Köpi" in Berlin-Mitte is to be evacuated by the police on Friday.

Disputes with residents on the approximately 2,600 square meter property are expected.

The owner successfully sued for eviction in June with reference to a building permit.

The Berlin Court of Justice rejected an urgent application by the residents to stop the foreclosure on Wednesday.

Berlin - The car camp on a site on Köpenicker Straße is considered to be one of the last symbolic projects of the left-wing radical scene in Berlin.

The residents had announced resistance to the eviction and additionally secured the fence around the site in the past few days.

Hundreds of supporters of the “Köpi” demonstrated last weekend.

In the past few nights, garbage cans and tires were set on fire in the area several times.

On Wednesday morning strangers damaged the glazing of the entrance doors at the Bürgeramt in Berlin-Mitte and sprayed the slogan “Köpi stays” on the building.

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Arson attack with Molotov cocktails on police premises

An area of ​​the Berlin police has been attacked by unknown perpetrators with Molotov cocktails.

Several incendiary devices were thrown on Friday night around 1:40 a.m. on a property on Thomas-Dehler-Straße on the edge of the zoo, the police said.

A vehicle was damaged by the fire.

In addition, the perpetrators scattered metal claws, so-called crow's feet, on the street.

Arson attack with Molotov cocktails on police premises

Neighboring buildings may not initially be inhabited

After the major fire in a historic house in the center of Augsburg, two neighboring houses may no longer be inhabited for the time being.

According to the city administration on Tuesday, damage to the houses from the demolition of the fire ruin cannot be ruled out.

Therefore, they should only be entered for a short time at best.

Neighboring buildings may not initially be inhabited

Environment minister announces system change in the water balance

In view of climate change, Brandenburg's Environment Minister Axel Vogel (Greens) has announced a fundamentally new approach to water in nature.

"After previous generations tried to drain water from nature and landscape as quickly as possible, to take the space of the rivers and to reduce the size of the natural flood plains, it is now about a system change," said Vogel on Saturday at the nature conservation day of the Naturschutzbund Deutschland ( Nabu) in Potsdam.

Environment minister announces system change in the water balance

"Köpi" also has a large rear building, which is not to be cleared.

According to the residents' association, around 30 people live on the adjacent property with old construction trailers.

dpa

Source: merkur

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