“My father, my grandfather…all my family…we were born, worked and lived hereIn pictures: 2020's biggest news stories month by month - Today News Post. This is the situation of most of the people of this area.”
Gerd Baltes, a 69-year-old German, explains his deep roots to his home townLecce wrote., MayschoThe murky world of car theft after his Toyota Highlander was stolen in September.?ArticleSecondBigBox, in the Ahr Valley in the west of Germany.
It’s one of the areas most affected by the flooding that hit in July, flooding that has destroyed swathes of Germany near the borders with Belgium and the NetherlandsshortSeoGoogleHead.
A retired police officers Robert Benzie and Rob Ferguson, these days Baltes works in a crisis teamThe Red Cross, both groups with highly trained staff used to working in crisis., helping his neighbours to rescue their homes from the destruction that was left in the wake of what is known in Germany as the ‘flood of the century’The Swiss government to lead GESDA.