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Treptow-Köpenick is the ninth borough of Berlin, formed in Berlin's 2001 administrative reform by merging the former boroughs of Treptow and Köpenick. Among Berlin's boroughs it is the largest by area with the lowest population density; the Johannisthal Air Field, Germany's first airfield, was located in Treptow-Köpenick, between Johannisthal and Adlershof. Treptower Park, a popular place for recreation and a tourist destination, is located in the borough; the park features the sprawling Soviet War Memorial, a war memorial to the Soviet soldiers who fell in the Battle of Berlin in 1945. Treptow-Köpenick is divided into 15 localities: Alt-Treptow Plänterwald Baumschulenweg Johannisthal Niederschöneweide Altglienicke Adlershof Bohnsdorf Oberschöneweide Köpenick Friedrichshagen Rahnsdorf Grünau Müggelheim Schmöckwitz At the 2016 elections for the parliament of the borough the following parties were elected: SPD 15 The Left 14 Alternative for Germany 12 CDU 7 Alliance'90/The Greens 5 Free Democratic Party 2 Albinea, Italy Cajamarca, Peru Cologne, Germany East Norriton Township, United States Izola, Slovenia Mürzzuschlag, Austria Olomouc, Czech Republic Subotica, Serbia Veszprém, Hungary Berlin Treptow – Köpenick Official homepage Official homepage of Berlin

Red Dirt – Red Heart

Red Dirt – Red Heart is a studio album by Australian singer–songwriter Russell Morris. It was released on 23 October 2015 by Roustabout Records/ Chugg Records and peaked at number 21 on the ARIA Charts. At the ARIA Music Awards of 2016, the album won ARIA Award for Roots Album. Red Dirt - Red Heart is the third release in Morris' Australian blues'n' roots trilogy, it follows Sharkmouth which focusses on back blocks of 1920s and 30s inner-city Melbourne while Van Diemen's Land focussed on larger events, such as the 1894 Australian shearers' strike and the 1850s Bendigo gold rush. Red Dirt - Red Heart focuses on the Australian interior. Red Dirt - Red Heart has an underlining story about the indigenous people with songs about life in central Australia such as "Alice Springs" but there are some biographical songs such as "God Loves a Sinner" and "Tiger Snake" written by Morris about himself. Morris said “Before I wrapped up these albums I had to include songs about the people who’ve been here for 40,000 to 50,00 years and their Aboriginal heroes like Bennelong and Pemulwuy.

I got permission to do a song about the Kadaitcha Man by contacting the people from Skinnyfish Records and Gurrumul because I didn’t want to offend anyone.” As Morris explains, the three-album project didn't begin as a trilogy. I saw a photo of scam-artist Thomas ‘Shark Jaws’ Archer that inspired me to write a song about him." Adding “Once I got through the first album I realised there was so many stories that I wanted to tell. Our tapestry of characters and places are so interesting. I have a passion for history" In an interview on 6PR in December 2015, Morris said he believes Red Dirt - Red Heart is the best of the trilogy, he promoted the album with a video clip and live performances of "Lonesome Road" on television and radio. Noel Mengel from said. Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen have kept the creative juices flowing into their 70s and 80s: Morris is intent on doing the same. " Andrew McDonald from the Music AU said. Australiana is in full force on tunes like the harmonica-driven "Bennelong", the danceable "Lonesome Road".

Morris knows his audience on this album, plays to them without concern. Adding "The album is an engrossing listen for a blues fan." Shane Pinnegar from 100% Rock Magazine said. Steeve Creedy from The Australian said, his friend and promoter Michael Chugg describes this as “a wonderful conclusion to an amazing trilogy’’. He would say that, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t true." Morris toured the album throughout January and February 2016


A theologoumenon is a theological statement or concept that lacks absolute doctrinal authority. It is defined as "a theological assertion or statement not derived from divine revelation", or "a theological statement or concept in the area of individual opinion rather than of authoritative doctrine". In Roman Catholic theology, it refers to statements that are without direct confirmation in Scripture or official endorsement by the divinely inspired Teaching Magisterium of the Church, are therefore not dogmatically binding per se, but are worth recommending because they cast light on understanding doctrines that are considered to be divinely revealed. In Orthodox theology, the term has a similar meaning; the Orthodox Church in America defines theologoumena as acceptably orthodox "theological opinions" that can develop into "pious traditions", but which can be erroneous or imperfect. A more comprehensive Orthodox definition is given as "the theological opinion of one or many of the holy fathers of the undivided Church."

"The content of the theologumena," according to Bulgarian theologian Stefan Zankow, "is probable truth." In Zankow's words, "the number of the fathers who accept a given viewpoint of this nature has no significance as to its validity. Other Orthodox thinkers formulate the concept in a similar way. There is some disagreement between Orthodox and Catholic theologians as to which theological concepts are divinely revealed doctrines and which are theologoumena. Adiaphora In necessariis unitas, in dubiis libertas, in omnibus caritas

Saboteur (1985 video game)

Saboteur! is a stealth action-adventure game created by Clive Townsend and published by Durell Software in 1985 for several 8-bit home computer formats. In 2017, Clive Townsend, in association with realtech VR, released an enhanced version of Saboteur! for PC, iOS and Android devices. In 2018, Clive Townsend, in association with publisher SimFabric, announced that the game would be released on November 9, 2018 on Nintendo Switch; the player is set in the role of an anonymous ninja, tasked with getting into a warehouse to steal a floppy disk which has the names of rebel leaders on it. The player must make his way through the complex of rooms to escape; the player has an energy bar, depleted by falling too far, crouching under water or being attacked - if the energy bar is depleted or if time runs out it is game over. It can be replenished by resting if he finds a safe area; the saboteur can crouch, climb ladders and attack enemies by punching and drop-kicking them. He begins with a single shuriken as a weapon and can utilise improvised weapons found in rubbish piles and boxes around the warehouse.

The warehouse contains many security systems the player will need to avoid. These include guards who stand still and will chase and attack the player if they see him or if he makes too much sound; the guards are assisted by automatic gun emplacements. Saboteur! has a difficulty level selection that can be chosen before a game begins. There are several of these and they determine how many guards are on watch, how much time saboteur will have to complete his mission and how easy the route to the disk and helicopter will be. Saboteur! was based on routines and ideas from Clive Townsend's Death Pit, a game, cancelled before development on Saboteur started. The prototype for Death Pit has been made available at World of Spectrum. CRASH noted the sound, the range of movements available, concluded it is "one of the better releases on the Spectrum this year". C+VG said it was "a winner"; the game was voted number 55 in the Your Sinclair Official Top 100 Games of All Time. The game was followed by Saboteur II: Avenging Angel in 1987.

Several developers worked on a third game, none of which were released. Unofficial Saboteur games were created by fans; the official Saboteur! Remake was launched by Clive Townsend in December 2015, contains an extended map and gameplay; the game can be played online, contains the original Spectrum and C64 gameplay and graphics. Saboteur at

No. 16 Squadron RNZAF

No. 16 Squadron Royal New Zealand Air Force was formed on 1 July 1942 at RNZAF Base Woodbourne, commanded by Squadron Leader A. Jones; the squadron served in Espiritu Santo, New Georgia, Green Island and Jacquinot Bay. The squadron was equipped with Curtiss P-40 Kittyhawks and F4U Corsair fighters. Re-equipment with the P-51 Mustang was abandoned at the cessation of hostilities, the squadron returned to New Zealand and was disbanded in October 1945. On 15 January 1945 during an attack on Toboi, southwest of Rabaul, by Corsairs from 14 and 16 Squadrons, a 14 Squadron Corsair was shot down and the pilot parachuted into Simpson Harbour. 14 and 16 Squadron Corsairs provided fighter cover for a possible rescue operation until the evening when, low on fuel they returned to Green Island. Encountering a tropical storm during their return flight, 5 Corsairs crashed into the sea, one crashed at Green Island while landing and a seventh disappeared in clouds with all 7 pilots killed; the shot down pilot was captured by the Japanese and died in captivity

Thomas M. Durkin

Thomas Michael Durkin is a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. Durkin was born in Illinois, he received his Bachelor of Science degree, cum laude, from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1975. He received his Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from the DePaul University College of Law in 1978. From 1978 to 1980, he served as a law clerk to Judge Stanley J. Roszkowski of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. From 1980 to 1993, he served as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Northern District of Illinois, his leadership positions during that service included Chief of the Special Prosecutions Division, Chief of the Criminal Receiving and Appellate Division and First Assistant United States Attorney. From 1993 to 2012, he served as a partner at Mayer Brown LLP, where he handled a wide variety of matters including complex commercial litigation and white collar criminal defense.

On May 21, 2012, President Obama nominated Durkin to be a United States District Judge for the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, to the seat vacated by Judge Wayne R. Andersen who retired in 2010; the Senate confirmed Durkin in a voice vote on December 17, 2012. He received his commission on December 19, 2012. In 2015, Durkin heard allegations against former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert, charged with alleged violations of banking laws to pay off a victim of sexual abuse. Durkin declared several potential conflicts of interest, including a past donation to Hastert's congressional campaign and past interactions with prosecutors in the case. Durkin sentenced Hastert to 15 months in prison, far more than the federal recommended sentencing guidelines of zero to six months of prison; the maximum possible sentence was five years. Durkin described Hastert as a "serial child molester". Durkin's brother, Jim Durkin, is a Republican member of the Illinois House of Representatives.

Thomas M. Durkin at the Biographical Directory of Federal Judges, a public domain publication of the Federal Judicial Center. Thomas M. Durkin at Ballotpedia