Florence museum demands Germany return artwork stolen by Nazis. Lederer eventually stops talking and leaves. Inside the main room of: Made some good friends last night in Berlin. Today "a high percentage of prostitutes don't go home after work, but rather remain at their place of work around the clock," a former prostitute using the pseudonym Doris Winter wrote in a contribution to the academic series "The Prostitution Law. Not that they would have been crushed if the bouncer had turned them away.
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Herbert Krauleidis is the only person I speak to who is completely at ease with the law as it stands. A response by two German researchers to DER SPIEGEL's deeply flawed cover story about the alleged failure of the German prostitution law and an account of the questionable journalistic ethics of the magazine's staff [ Jenn was her parents' only daughter. Please select your reason for reporting They occasionally had to fire a cook who was addicted to cocaine, but they were unfamiliar with the party-drug world. Schremm's office is located at the end of a long linoleum hallway in the huge police station at Tempelhof Airport. Myria Vassiliadou, the EU anti-trafficking co-ordinator, tells me about a Nigerian woman she met recently in London.
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The meet and greet areas have a 19th century feel, with lots of wood and gilt. Maybe he should try Cafe Millenium next time. It is clean and modern in design, and seeks to pull in young, well-heeled men and their Gold Cards. By Ruth Styles for MailOnline. H erbert Krauleidis, the owner of Gesext.
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