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Mohamed Mohumed is one of the largest running talents in German athletics. His name is already mentioned in one breath with the legendary Dieter Baumann. © Michael Kappeler/dpa German hope over 5000 meters: Mohamed Mohumed. The 23-year-old Dortmund has already come close to the German record of the 1992 5000-meter Olympic champion. At the World Cup in Eugene, he wants to rise to the top of the world.
in the struggle for adequate compensation for the Israeli sacrificial families of the 1972 attack is apparently a solution. © provided by Sport1.de Olympic attack 1972: Germany wants to compensate for sacrificial families
After decades of struggle for adequate compensation for the Israeli sacrificial families of the attack at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, a solution is apparently emerging. A spokesman for the Interior Ministry told the Süddeutsche Zeitung on Wednesday that "the serious consequences for the bereaved of the victims were to articulate again in an intangible and material point of view".
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The Palestinian terrorist command "Schwarzer September" murdered eleven athletes and coaches of the Israeli Olympic team on September 5 and 6, 1972, and a German police officer also died in the crashed liberation campaign. The security authorities had previously disregarded warnings for an assassination attempt that the attempt to liberate the hostages at Fürstenfeldbruck Airport near Munich is considered to be stupid.
In addition to reasonable compensation payments, the survivors were denied an apology from the German side in addition to reasonable compensation, and the authorities did not allow a complete inspection of the files. The victim families around their spokeswoman Ankie Spitzer, widow of the murdered fencing coach Andrei Spitzer, had so far refused to take part in the main commemorative celebrations in Munich and Fürstenfeldbruck.
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The spokesman for the Ministry of the Interior told the SZ that the federal government had "subjected the assassination and its consequences" in the past few weeks ". The "renewed financial achievements" should be provided 50 years after the attack by the federal government, Free State of Bavaria and the state capital of Munich. A "complete and comprehensive processing of the events at that time" was also planned.
The speaker did not provide any information about the amount of the compensation offer. At the moment, "trusting discussions with the representatives of the victim families" were running, which according to SZ information should be completed by the end of this week.
Ankie Spitzer had canceled a visit to Munich planned for this week at short notice, she justified this with the unexplained question of compensation. In 1972 and 2002 the victim families had already received payments. However, these turned out to be very low and were declared as humanitarian assistance in order to avoid an admission of guilt from the German side.
Lewandowski officially presented in front of over 40,000 fans. According to ex-world champion Johannes Vetter (Offenburg) and European champion Christin Hussong (Zweibrücken) as two candidates on top ratings in the javelin throw, defending champion Kraus.
© Michael Kappeler/dpa/Archive picture Obstacle runner Gesa Felicitas Krause in action. "It breaks my heart to say it out loud, but I cannot and will not start in Munich," said the 30-year-old, who had won over 3000 meters of obstacle in 2018 and 2016. The biggest hopeful in the line-up with initially 112 athletes is long jump Olympic champion Malaika Mihambo.