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first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreOnce the most feared building in East Berlin, the headquarters where the communist secret police plotted Cold War spy operations, is now a welcoming safe-house shielded against the cold for asylum seekers.Offices leftover from the dreaded East German Stasi now provide warm beds for more than 400 refugees. Plans for the three-month temporary shelter include housing up to 900 refugees at any point during the winter.WANT MORE KINDNESS? …GET OUR NEW GOOD NEWS APP—>  Download FREE for Android and iOSCity leaders in Berlin raced to convert the building in late November, as they saw the first snow of the season and temperatures drop into the thirties while refugees arrived at the border.800,000 displaced people are being welcomed into Germany as the country looks for places to put them all. Gyms, public halls, and empty airplane hangars at the former Tempelhof Airport are all being used as temporary shelters, according to The Telegraph.(Photos: NikiSublime, CC; Claire, CC; Metropolico.org, CC) AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMorelast_img read more

first_imgIn the face of a service cut that is set to begin June 20, the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) has reached an agreement with Greyhound to maintain I-91 corridor service between White River Junction and Springfield, MA, including stops in Bellows Falls and Brattleboro. The agreement would ensure that existing Greyhound runs to New York City through Springfield, MA would be maintained in Vermont through the end of 2012, while VTrans continues an intensive study of inter-city bus service and potential ridership statewide.â We have been working to develop a comprehensive, statewide plan to address inter-city bus travel, and feeder routes,’said Transportation Secretary, Brian Searles. â We are committed to improving public transportation in Vermont and do not want to see the disruption that would be caused by the sudden interruption in this service. Many people depend on Greyhound as their link to points north and south and maintaining that ridership is an important component of developing a fiscally sound approach to delivering services in the future.ââ We appreciate the efforts of the Vermont Agency of Transportation in working with us to keep this route in place,’said Greyhound Lines, Inc.  Director of Schedules, Tim Therrian. â We look forward to further efforts to find a more permanent and economical solution for service to these communities.âThe Vermont Intercity Bus Network Plan is expected to be delivered in September. This study will determine the statewide priorities for intercity connectivity and the scope of the investment required to develop a more robust public transportation network. VTrans 6.8.2012last_img read more

first_imgThe company was responsible for the port handling, Customs clearance and coordination between the terminal and carrier for two separate shipments. The cargoes were loaded onto the vessel BBC PIA at two of Hamburg’s terminals – Wallmann and C. Steinweg’s South-West Terminal. At Wallmann’s facilities, a stator and accessories were stowed onboard the multipurpose vessel. The shipment comprised 121 packages with a total weight of 1,404.6 tons (1,274.2 tonnes). The ship then moved to C. Steinweg’s terminal to load generator sets, including one 170.5-ton (154.7-tonne) unit and another generator that weighed 244.4 tons (221.7 tonnes). In total, 105 packages were lifted onto BBC PIA for onward delivery to Coronel in Chile. Trans-Trading is a member of the XLProjects (XLP) network. trans-trading.de xlprojects.netlast_img read more