Asked in an interview for the German daily Frankfurter Rundschau whether perhaps Benedict had lacked the right counterpart and, unlike Pope John Paul II, had not had a Joseph Ratzinger, who served as prefect of the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith, at his side to support him, Meisner replied, "The [present, i.
What does FR stand for?
FR stands for Frankfurter Rundschau (German Newspaper)
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- Fourth Rotor (band)
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- Franc (unit of currency)
- Francais (French)
- France (Including Corsica & Island of Mayotte)
- France (Internet Top Level Domain)
- Francorum Rex (Latin: King of the Francs, Codices and Manuscripts)
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The action is supported by the editors of 21 newspapers in seven European countries: El PaE[degrees]s, Gazeta Wyborcza, Berliner Zeitung, Frankfurter Rundschau, Der Spiegel (Spiegelonline), Stuttgarter Zeitung, TAZ, Iltalehti, Helsingin Sanomat, Hufvudstadsbladet, Berlingske, BT, Ekstrabladet, Aftenposten, Dagbladet, Verdens Gang, Aftonbladet, Dagens Nyheter, Expressen, GE[micro]teborgs-Posten and Svenska Dagbladet.
Die Welt newspaper wrote that Turkish people welcomed President Gul in Osnabruck with a great enthusiasm by waving Turkish and German flags while Frankfurter Rundschau daily described Turkish president as a "self-confident statesman" in an article titled "Foreign Ally of Europe".
Initially, I'd set 2011 as the end of my career," he told German daily Frankfurter Rundschau.
the New York Post quoted him as telling the German newspaper Frankfurter Rundschau.
German government agrees on third stimulus package, according to a report in Frankfurter Rundschau.
We have no interest exposing ourselves to additional risk," said Holger Hoevelmann, interior minister of Saxony-Anhalt, one of Germany's 16 states, speaking to the Frankfurter Rundschau daily newspaper.
Though Ina Hartwig of the Frankfurter Rundschau (March 20, 2002) dismisses the collection and suggests that Fischer would not have published it had Lentz not won the Bachmann prize, I submit that the collection, and especially the last cycle, is not just readable--it is intellectually challenging and thought-provoking as well.