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What means does the Russian army use to attract soldiers? Will Donald Trump be charged? Why does Germany have far too few e-charging stations? Hear the most interesting scenes from a week at SPIEGEL Daily.

Vladimir Putin's army needs supplies.

But after the Kremlin chief shies away from an official general mobilization, a kind of covert recruitment is going on in the country.

With a lot of money and a lot of pressure, the army lures men, often from poor regions of the country.

SPIEGEL correspondent Christina Lever described her difficult research this week at SPIEGEL Daily.

Will ex-president Donald Trump get away with it?

Or will there actually be charges against Trump after the committee of inquiry into the storming of the US Capitol?

And how would his followers react in this case?

SPIEGEL correspondent Roland Nelles explained in our Tuesday episode that the fear of renewed outbreaks of violence is not unfounded.

According to the traffic light coalition agreement, 15 million electric cars should be on German roads by 2030.

Perhaps they will be more likely to park if there is no massive investment in the charging infrastructure in the coming years.

For our Wednesday episode, Daily reporter Adrian Breda visited a man who failed due to German bureaucracy when building charging stations on a large scale.

Also this week at SPIEGEL Daily: What will the EU candidate status change for Ukraine?

And why did children in particular get fatter during the lockdown months?

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