John Cena "reached out" to his former fiancee Nikki Bella to send a message of congratulations after she gave birth to her first child in July.
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Italy and France's Vivendi are trying to work together on Rome's plan for a national broadband network, easing tensions after the media giant complained about an Italian bill potentially curbing its business in the country, sources said. The sources said government officials also reassured the French group that Rome will not try to dilute its presence on the board of former phone monopoly Telecom Italia (TIM) when a slate backed by state lender CDP is presented next year. The slate is expected to be presented by the outgoing board, the two sources close to the matter added.
Fürstenberg Capital Erste GmbH / Key word(s): Bond/Miscellaneous Fürstenberg Capital Erste GmbH: Erwartete Rückzahlung der von der Emittentin begebenen Capital Notes (ISIN: DE000A0EUBN9, Common Code: 021983110, Dutch Security Code (Fonds Code): 15379, notiert an der Börse Euronext Amsterdam - Official Segment) im Juni 25-Nov-2020 / 18:48 CET/CEST Disclosure of an inside information acc. to Article 17 MAR of the Regulation (EU) No 596/2014, transmitted by DGAP - a service of EQS Group AG. The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. Ad-hoc-Announcement Pursuant to Art. 17 MAR Ad-hoc-Meldung gemäß Art. 17 MAR Termination of the Participation Agreement dated 31 March 2005 between Fürstenberg Capital Erste GmbH (formerly Fürstenberg Capital GmbH) ("Issuer") and Norddeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale ("Bank") Kündigung des Beteiligungsvertrags vom 31. März 2005 zwischen der Fürstenberg Capital Erste GmbH (vormals Fürstenberg Capital GmbH) ("Emittentin") und der Norddeutschen Landesbank Girozentrale ("Bank") Expected Repayment of the Capital Notes of the Issuer (ISIN XS0216072230, Common Code 021607223, Dutch Security Code (Fonds Code) 45987, listed on the Euronext Amsterdam stock exchange - Official Segment) in June 2023 Erwartete Rückzahlung der von der Emittentin begebenen Capital Notes (ISIN XS0216072230, Common Code 021607223, Dutch Security Code (Fonds Code) 45987, notiert an der Börse Euronext Amsterdam - Official Segment) im Juni 2023 The Bank, with written notice dated 25 November 2020, has terminated the Participation Agreement for regulatory reasons pursuant to § 7(4) of the Participation Agreement within the agreed notice period and with effect as of 31 December 2022 since the Silent Contribution will no longer qualify as tier 1 capital after the end of the transition period pursuant to Art. 484 of Regulation (EU) No. 575/2013 on 1 January 2022. The competent supervisory authority approved such termination. Mit Schreiben vom 25. November 2020 hat die Bank den Beteiligungsvertrag gemäß § 7(4) des Beteiligungsvertrags unter Einhaltung der vereinbarten Kündigungsfrist mit Wirkung zum 31. Dezember 2022 aus aufsichtsrechtlichen Gründen gekündigt, da die Stille Einlage nach Ende der Übergangsfrist nach Art. 484 der Verordnung (EU) Nr. 575/2013 ab dem 1. Januar 2022 nicht mehr als Kernkapital anerkannt wird. Die zuständige Aufsichtsbehörde hat der Beendigung zugestimmt. Subject to postponement pursuant to the terms of the Participation Agreement, the Silent Contribution is expected to be repaid on 30 June 2023 at the Repayment Amount specified in the Participation Agreement. In case the commercial law Book Value of the Silent Contribution as determined in the Bank's balance sheet for the Bank's fiscal year ending on 31 December 2022 is lower than the Nominal Contribution Amount, the Repayment Amount will correspond to such lower Book Value of the Silent Contribution. Due to a sharing of losses pursuant to § 6(1) of the Participation Agreement, the commercial law book value of the Silent Contribution has been reduced in the past, most recently to EUR 31,809,281.83 in the balance sheet of the Bank for the fiscal year ended on 31 December 2019. The amount relevant for determining the Repayment Amount, however, will not be the book value of the Silent Contribution as of 31 December 2019 but the Book Value of the Silent Contribution as of 31 December 2022. Such Book Value of the Silent Contribution will depend on the performance of the Bank and may be higher or lower than the book value of the Silent Contribution as of 31 December 2019. The Bank informed us that, as of today, it expects a negative result to be shown in its consolidated financial statements for 2020 and in its unconsolidated financial statements (based on HGB) for 2020. Furthermore, even though the Bank is in a constant planning process, as of today, it would not be in a position to make any reliable forecast for the years following 2020 due to the current pandemic and its unpredictable impact on the economy in Germany, Europe and worldwide. In particular it cannot exclude that the Corona pandemic may lead to a significant increase in any required provisions for risks and other adverse effects on the Bank and, hence, as a result the consolidated and unconsolidated financial statements for 2021 could also show a negative result and that the book value of the Silent Contribution could be further reduced and the repayment amount for the Silent Contribution would be lower than its book value as of 31 December 2019. Die Stille Einlage wird, vorbehaltlich einer Verschiebung nach Maßgabe des Beteiligungsvertrags, am 30. Juni 2023 zu dem im Beteiligungsvertrag bestimmten Rückzahlungsbetrag zurückgezahlt. Der Rückzahlungsbetrag wird für den Fall, dass der handelsrechtliche Buchwert der Stillen Einlage in der Bilanz der Bank für das zum 31. Dezember 2022 endende Geschäftsjahr niedriger ist als der Einlagenennbetrag, diesem niedrigeren Buchwert der Stillen Einlage entsprechen. Aufgrund von Verlustbeteiligungen gemäß § 6(1) des Beteiligungsvertrags wurde der Buchwert der Stillen Einlage in der Vergangenheit herabgesetzt, zuletzt auf EUR 31.809.281,83 in der Bilanz der Bank für das zum 31. Dezember 2019 endende Geschäftsjahr. Maßgeblich für die Höhe des Rückzahlungsbetrags wird jedoch nicht der Buchwert der Stillen Einlage zum 31. Dezember 2019 sein, sondern der Buchwert der Stillen Einlage zum 31. Dezember 2022. Dieser Buchwert der Stillen Einlage wird von der Geschäftsentwicklung der Bank abhängen und kann höher oder niedriger sein als der Buchwert der Stillen Einlage zum 31. Dezember 2019. Die Bank teilte uns mit, dass sie nach aktuellem Stand für den Konzern- und den Einzelabschluss 2020 nach HGB ein negatives Ergebnis erwarte. Des Weiteren befinde die Bank sich zwar in einem kontinuierlichen Planungsprozess, zum heutigen Zeitpunkt könne sie allerdings keine belastbaren Aussagen zu den Folgejahren ab 2021 treffen, u.a. auch aufgrund der nicht vorhersehbaren Entwicklung der Pandemie und ihrer Auswirkungen auf die wirtschaftliche Entwicklung in Deutschland, Europa und weltweit. Es sei jedoch nicht auszuschließen, dass die Corona-Pandemie durch einen deutlichen Anstieg der Risikovorsorge und weitere belastende Effekte auch in 2021 zu einem negativen Einzelabschluss der Bank nach HGB führe, so dass sich der Buchwert durch weitere Herabschreibungen verringern und eine Rückzahlung der stillen Einlage zu einem niedrigeren Wert als dem Buchwert zum 31.12.2019 erfolgen könnte. § 7 of the Terms and Conditions of the Capital Notes provides that the Issuer will use the Repayment Amount, any Profit Participation Payment under the Participation Agreement and any amounts from corresponding Advances effectively received by the Issuer for repayment of the Capital Notes and/or the payment of interest accrued on Capital Notes on the Repayment Date (expected to be 30 June 2023). § 7 der Emissionsbedingungen der Capital Notes sieht vor, dass die Emittentin den Rückzahlungsbetrag, ihr nach Maßgabe des Beteiligungsvertrages noch zustehende Gewinnbeteiligungen und die die Mittel aus diesbezüglichen Darlehensauszahlungen, die sie jeweils tatsächlich erhalten hat, zur Rückzahlung der Capital Notes beziehungsweise zur Zahlung aufgelaufener Zinsen auf die Capital Notes am Rückzahlungstag (voraussichtlich der 30. Juni 2023) verwenden wird. This notice is drawn up in the German language and provided with an English language translation. The German language version shall be the only legally binding version. The English translation is for convenience only. Diese Mitteilung ist in deutscher Sprache abgefasst und mit einer Übersetzung in die englische Sprache versehen. Der deutsche Wortlaut ist allein rechtsverbindlich. Die englische Übersetzung ist unverbindlich. Fürstenberg/Weser, 25 November 2020 Fürstenberg/Weser, 25. November 2020 Fürstenberg Capital Erste GmbH Meinbrexener Straße 2 37699 Fürstenberg/Weser Germany Fürstenberg Capital Erste GmbH Meinbrexener Straße 2 37699 Fürstenberg/Weser Deutschland 25-Nov-2020 CET/CEST The DGAP Distribution Services include Regulatory Announcements, Financial/Corporate News and Press Releases. Archive at www.dgap.de Language: English Company: Fürstenberg Capital Erste GmbH Meinbrexener Str. 2 37699 Fürstenberg Germany Phone: 05271-697638 Fax: 05271-697623 Internet: www.fc-bkm.de ISIN: XS0216072230 WKN: A0EKD5 Listed: Regulated Unofficial Market in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart, Tradegate Exchange; Amsterdam EQS News ID: 1140002 End of Announcement DGAP News Service
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On November 19, a freak ice storm battered Vladivostok, a Russian port city on the country’s south-eastern tip, felling frozen trees and power lines encrusted in ice and leaving at least 150,000 people without electricity and water. Although most residents have recovered power as of November 25, the city remains covered in ice, posing danger to residents.The freezing rains hit Vladivostok, a city of around 600,000 people, overnight last Thursday, after a “cyclone carrying hot air met an anticyclone carrying cold air”, according to local weather services.Images taken in Vladivostok on November 19 by Twitter user Nikita Milkin show ice-laden and fallen trees after the storm the night before. “In the morning, I saw the destruction and chaos near my entrance.”Nikita Milkin is a music editor and a student who lives in Vladivostok.> When it started raining on November 19, the rain looked ordinary. But because of the cold [Editor’s note: down to -5°C], everything freezes instantly. In the morning, I saw the destruction and chaos near my entrance. All the trees were cracked and had fallen on the road and on cars. In our area, electricity and the Internet were cut off for the evening. The next day, the lights were turned on, but there was no Internet for 6 days. Some areas like Churkin went without electricity or heat for days.Amidst the lack of power and freezing conditions, the Primorsky region declared a state of emergency. Images on social media reveal the extent of the damage:On November 19, a video that circulated widely on Russian social media shows a Vladivostok resident cleaning ice off his car, when he narrowly escapes a slab of concrete that falls suddenly from above and crushes the vehicle. Transportation in Vladivostok was stalled and flights and trains delayed, including the Trans-Siberian Railway that connects Vladivostok to Moscow. According to local weather services, the ice was 12 millimetres thick in some areas — a phenomenon that the region had not seen in 30 years.At least one person froze to death in the aftermath of the storm, reported The Siberian Times, an English-language newspaper covering the Siberian region. Vladivostok residents coped with the elements as their city gradually recovered> As the city worked to restore power, Nikita said that residents and the local government worked together to clean the streets and provide essentials for those in need:> > Residents coped with the elements. We looked for volunteers to clean the roads of snow and ice. We organized a field kitchen and distributed water, gas cylinders and porridge free of charge.> > The city is also handling the situation. Snowplows are cleaning the streets, and employees of the city housing department and the regional administration are helping to solve problems. > > It hasn't rained again since, but the storm brought a lot of snow and danger on the roads. We have ice falling down from roofs right now. If you have to go somewhere, you have to look up. This is the first time I've seen such an anomaly in Primorsky Krai! [Editor’s note: the federal subject of Russia in which Vladivostok is located.]This video, sent to us by Twitter user Alexander Masanin, shows his son breaking a veil of ice that covered their car in the aftermath of the storm.By the evening of November 25, almost all areas of Vladivostok had recovered power, including Churkin, where many residents went without electricity, heating and water for 5 days. However, thousands still remain without power, notably residents on Russky Island, situated across the Russkiy bridge from Vladivostok.Alexander Masanin, who works in a trading company in Vladivostok, said that the past few days were “unforgettable”:> Vladivostok is one of the southernmost points of Russia, so ice storms like this are very rare. It’s a real pity for the trees, most of which have broken branches. And because of the ice, there’s no food for birds and animals. We made some feeders, but it will not help much. Russian analysts link the abnormal weather to climate changeThe ice storm wasn’t the only natural disaster to have battered Vladivostok this year. In early September, the city was also hit by Typhoon Maysak, a destructive cyclone that killed at least three people and left 150,000 of Primorye region’s residents without power. In an interview with the Moscow Times, an English-language online newspaper, Roman Pukalov, director of environmental programs at the Green Patrol NGO, said that the ice storm was a direct result of exceptionally warm temperatures in the Primorye region this fall. “While temperatures usually hit 0°C in early October, [this year] temperatures only just dropped below zero and brought this freezing rain with them.” Last year, Vladivostok also experienced a mild and abnormally snowless winter.However, other scientists hesitated, saying that one could not attribute a single weather event to a single specific cause.Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin has ordered the creation of a working group to contend with the consequences of the ice storm, which will be led by Alexei Chekunkov, Minister for the Development of the Far East and the Arctic.
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Brought to their knees by the COVID-19 pandemic and struggling to convince governments to replace quarantines with testing, airlines turned to veteran IAG boss Willie Walsh to lead industry association IATA from next April. "My style will be different from what has gone before me," said Walsh, known to British Airways unions as something of a bruiser, as he thanked outgoing IATA chief Alexandre de Juniac. Without a doubt, this will be Walsh's biggest challenge yet.