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Yvan Sagnet
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Venice, Italy, 2020. Yvan Sagnet, activist and Jesus actor of "The new Gospel" movie (directed by Milo Rau) seen at the 77th Venice Film Fest. Yvan Sagnet (born Jean Pierre Yvan Sagnet, 1985) is a Cameroonian activist and non-fiction writer, known for founding the charity No Cap and his work against the exploitation of workers in the Italian agricultural industry.
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Yvan Sagnet
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Venice, Italy, 2020. Yvan Sagnet, activist and Jesus actor of "The new Gospel" movie (directed by Milo Rau) seen at the 77th Venice Film Fest. Yvan Sagnet (born Jean Pierre Yvan Sagnet, 1985) is a Cameroonian activist and non-fiction writer, known for founding the charity No Cap and his work against the exploitation of workers in the Italian agricultural industry.
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Yvan Sagnet
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Venice, Italy, 2020. Yvan Sagnet, activist and Jesus actor of "The new Gospel" movie (directed by Milo Rau) seen at the 77th Venice Film Fest. Yvan Sagnet (born Jean Pierre Yvan Sagnet, 1985) is a Cameroonian activist and non-fiction writer, known for founding the charity No Cap and his work against the exploitation of workers in the Italian agricultural industry.
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06.09.2020
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Peter-Jürgen Boock
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Dumenza, Italy, August 2020. Peter-Jürgen Boock (born September 3, 1951 in Garding) is a former member of the terrorist organization Red Army Faction (RAF). He was involved in the kidnapping and murder of employer president Hanns Martin Schleyer and the murder of banker Jürgen Ponto. Before his arrest in January 1981, he broke away from the RAF. He was imprisoned until 1998. He has been an author since his imprisonment. Armin Smailovic/Agentur Focus
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Peter-Jürgen Boock
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Dumenza, Italy, August 2020. Peter-Jürgen Boock (born September 3, 1951 in Garding) is a former member of the terrorist organization Red Army Faction (RAF). He was involved in the kidnapping and murder of employer president Hanns Martin Schleyer and the murder of banker Jürgen Ponto. Before his arrest in January 1981, he broke away from the RAF. He was imprisoned until 1998. He has been an author since his imprisonment. Armin Smailovic/Agentur Focus
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Peter-Jürgen Boock
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Dumenza, Italy, August 2020. Peter-Jürgen Boock (born September 3, 1951 in Garding) is a former member of the terrorist organization Red Army Faction (RAF). He was involved in the kidnapping and murder of employer president Hanns Martin Schleyer and the murder of banker Jürgen Ponto. Before his arrest in January 1981, he broke away from the RAF. He was imprisoned until 1998. He has been an author since his imprisonment. Armin Smailovic/Agentur Focus
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Peter-Jürgen Boock
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Dumenza, Italy, August 2020. Peter-Jürgen Boock (born September 3, 1951 in Garding) is a former member of the terrorist organization Red Army Faction (RAF). He was involved in the kidnapping and murder of employer president Hanns Martin Schleyer and the murder of banker Jürgen Ponto. Before his arrest in January 1981, he broke away from the RAF. He was imprisoned until 1998. He has been an author since his imprisonment. Armin Smailovic/Agentur Focus
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Peter-Jürgen Boock
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Dumenza, Italy, August 2020. Peter-Jürgen Boock (born September 3, 1951 in Garding) is a former member of the terrorist organization Red Army Faction (RAF). He was involved in the kidnapping and murder of employer president Hanns Martin Schleyer and the murder of banker Jürgen Ponto. Before his arrest in January 1981, he broke away from the RAF. He was imprisoned until 1998. He has been an author since his imprisonment. Armin Smailovic/Agentur Focus
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14.08.2020
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Peter-Jürgen Boock
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Dumenza, Italy, August 2020. Peter-Jürgen Boock (born September 3, 1951 in Garding) is a former member of the terrorist organization Red Army Faction (RAF). He was involved in the kidnapping and murder of employer president Hanns Martin Schleyer and the murder of banker Jürgen Ponto. Before his arrest in January 1981, he broke away from the RAF. He was imprisoned until 1998. He has been an author since his imprisonment. Armin Smailovic/Agentur Focus
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14.08.2020
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Peter-Jürgen Boock
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Dumenza, Italy, August 2020. Peter-Jürgen Boock (born September 3, 1951 in Garding) is a former member of the terrorist organization Red Army Faction (RAF). He was involved in the kidnapping and murder of employer president Hanns Martin Schleyer and the murder of banker Jürgen Ponto. Before his arrest in January 1981, he broke away from the RAF. He was imprisoned until 1998. He has been an author since his imprisonment. Armin Smailovic/Agentur Focus
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14.08.2020
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Peter-Jürgen Boock
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Dumenza, Italy, August 2020. Peter-Jürgen Boock (born September 3, 1951 in Garding) is a former member of the terrorist organization Red Army Faction (RAF). He was involved in the kidnapping and murder of employer president Hanns Martin Schleyer and the murder of banker Jürgen Ponto. Before his arrest in January 1981, he broke away from the RAF. He was imprisoned until 1998. He has been an author since his imprisonment. Armin Smailovic/Agentur Focus
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14.08.2020
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Peter-Jürgen Boock
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Dumenza, Italy, August 2020. Peter-Jürgen Boock (born September 3, 1951 in Garding) is a former member of the terrorist organization Red Army Faction (RAF). He was involved in the kidnapping and murder of employer president Hanns Martin Schleyer and the murder of banker Jürgen Ponto. Before his arrest in January 1981, he broke away from the RAF. He was imprisoned until 1998. He has been an author since his imprisonment. Armin Smailovic/Agentur Focus
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14.08.2020
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Peter-Jürgen Boock
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Dumenza, Italy, August 2020. Peter-Jürgen Boock (born September 3, 1951 in Garding) is a former member of the terrorist organization Red Army Faction (RAF). He was involved in the kidnapping and murder of employer president Hanns Martin Schleyer and the murder of banker Jürgen Ponto. Before his arrest in January 1981, he broke away from the RAF. He was imprisoned until 1998. He has been an author since his imprisonment. Armin Smailovic/Agentur Focus
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14.08.2020
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Peter-Jürgen Boock
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Dumenza, Italy, August 2020. Peter-Jürgen Boock (born September 3, 1951 in Garding) is a former member of the terrorist organization Red Army Faction (RAF). He was involved in the kidnapping and murder of employer president Hanns Martin Schleyer and the murder of banker Jürgen Ponto. Before his arrest in January 1981, he broke away from the RAF. He was imprisoned until 1998. He has been an author since his imprisonment. Armin Smailovic/Agentur Focus
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14.08.2020
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Peter-Jürgen Boock
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Dumenza, Italy, August 2020. Peter-Jürgen Boock (born September 3, 1951 in Garding) is a former member of the terrorist organization Red Army Faction (RAF). He was involved in the kidnapping and murder of employer president Hanns Martin Schleyer and the murder of banker Jürgen Ponto. Before his arrest in January 1981, he broke away from the RAF. He was imprisoned until 1998. He has been an author since his imprisonment. Armin Smailovic/Agentur Focus
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14.08.2020
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Ischgl
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Ischgl, Tyrol, Austria. Andreas Steibl, managing director of the Paznaun - Ischgl tourism association. In March 2020, Ischgl was a focus of the coronavirus pandemic in Europe. Since then, the public prosecutor's office in Innsbruck has been investigating whether events in the holiday resort could have led to the spread of the epidemic throughout Europe and whether there is reason to suspect that there is a “risk of contagious diseases”. Ischgl is a municipality in Tyrol with 1617 inhabitants (status 2019). The municipality is located in the judicial district of Landeck on the Swiss border. Located at almost 1400 meters in the Paznaun, the place is known for its Silvretta Arena ski area with 238 km of slopes and 45 lifts, which is connected to the Swiss Samnaun. The former mountain farming village was transformed in the 20th century into a hotel settlement that serves mass tourism. During the ski season, numerous après-ski parties and concerts by various international pop stars take place there. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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12.06.2020
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Ischgl
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Ischgl, Tyrol, Austria. View of Ischgl. In March 2020, Ischgl was a focus of the coronavirus pandemic in Europe. Since then, the public prosecutor's office in Innsbruck has been investigating whether events in the holiday resort could have led to the spread of the epidemic throughout Europe and whether there is reason to suspect that there is a “risk of contagious diseases”. Ischgl is a municipality in Tyrol with 1617 inhabitants (status 2019). The municipality is located in the judicial district of Landeck on the Swiss border. Located at almost 1400 meters in the Paznaun, the place is known for its Silvretta Arena ski area with 238 km of slopes and 45 lifts, which is connected to the Swiss Samnaun. The former mountain farming village was transformed in the 20th century into a hotel settlement that serves mass tourism. During the ski season, numerous après-ski parties and concerts by various international pop stars take place there. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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12.06.2020
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Ischgl
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Ischgl, Tyrol, Austria. Bernhard Zangerl in the "Kitzloch". He is the operator of the "Kitzloch" après-ski bar. In March 2020, Ischgl was a focus of the coronavirus pandemic in Europe. Since then, the public prosecutor's office in Innsbruck has been investigating whether events in the holiday resort could have led to the spread of the epidemic throughout Europe and whether there is reason to suspect that there is a “risk of contagious diseases”. Ischgl is a municipality in Tyrol with 1617 inhabitants (status 2019). The municipality is located in the judicial district of Landeck on the Swiss border. Located at almost 1400 meters in the Paznaun, the place is known for its Silvretta Arena ski area with 238 km of slopes and 45 lifts, which is connected to the Swiss Samnaun. The former mountain farming village was transformed in the 20th century into a hotel settlement that serves mass tourism. During the ski season, numerous après-ski parties and concerts by various international pop stars take place there. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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12.06.2020
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Ischgl
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Ischgl, Tyrol, Austria. Bernhard Zangerl in the "Kitzloch". He is the operator of the "Kitzloch" après-ski bar. In March 2020, Ischgl was a focus of the coronavirus pandemic in Europe. Since then, the public prosecutor's office in Innsbruck has been investigating whether events in the holiday resort could have led to the spread of the epidemic throughout Europe and whether there is reason to suspect that there is a “risk of contagious diseases”. Ischgl is a municipality in Tyrol with 1617 inhabitants (status 2019). The municipality is located in the judicial district of Landeck on the Swiss border. Located at almost 1400 meters in the Paznaun, the place is known for its Silvretta Arena ski area with 238 km of slopes and 45 lifts, which is connected to the Swiss Samnaun. The former mountain farming village was transformed in the 20th century into a hotel settlement that serves mass tourism. During the ski season, numerous après-ski parties and concerts by various international pop stars take place there. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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Ischgl
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Ischgl, Tyrol, Austria. Andreas Steibl, managing director of the Paznaun - Ischgl tourism association. In March 2020, Ischgl was a focus of the coronavirus pandemic in Europe. Since then, the public prosecutor's office in Innsbruck has been investigating whether events in the holiday resort could have led to the spread of the epidemic throughout Europe and whether there is reason to suspect that there is a “risk of contagious diseases”. Ischgl is a municipality in Tyrol with 1617 inhabitants (status 2019). The municipality is located in the judicial district of Landeck on the Swiss border. Located at almost 1400 meters in the Paznaun, the place is known for its Silvretta Arena ski area with 238 km of slopes and 45 lifts, which is connected to the Swiss Samnaun. The former mountain farming village was transformed in the 20th century into a hotel settlement that serves mass tourism. During the ski season, numerous après-ski parties and concerts by various international pop stars take place there. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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12.06.2020
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Ischgl
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Ischgl, Tyrol, Austria. Andreas Steibl, managing director of the Paznaun - Ischgl tourism association. In March 2020, Ischgl was a focus of the coronavirus pandemic in Europe. Since then, the public prosecutor's office in Innsbruck has been investigating whether events in the holiday resort could have led to the spread of the epidemic throughout Europe and whether there is reason to suspect that there is a “risk of contagious diseases”. Ischgl is a municipality in Tyrol with 1617 inhabitants (status 2019). The municipality is located in the judicial district of Landeck on the Swiss border. Located at almost 1400 meters in the Paznaun, the place is known for its Silvretta Arena ski area with 238 km of slopes and 45 lifts, which is connected to the Swiss Samnaun. The former mountain farming village was transformed in the 20th century into a hotel settlement that serves mass tourism. During the ski season, numerous après-ski parties and concerts by various international pop stars take place there. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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Ischgl
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Ischgl, Tyrol, Austria. Visitors take photos of themselves in front of the "Kitzloch" in Ischgl. In March 2020, Ischgl was a focus of the coronavirus pandemic in Europe. Since then, the public prosecutor's office in Innsbruck has been investigating whether events in the holiday resort could have led to the spread of the epidemic throughout Europe and whether there is reason to suspect that there is a “risk of contagious diseases”. Ischgl is a municipality in Tyrol with 1617 inhabitants (status 2019). The municipality is located in the judicial district of Landeck on the Swiss border. Located at almost 1400 meters in the Paznaun, the place is known for its Silvretta Arena ski area with 238 km of slopes and 45 lifts, which is connected to the Swiss Samnaun. The former mountain farming village was transformed in the 20th century into a hotel settlement that serves mass tourism. During the ski season, numerous après-ski parties and concerts by various international pop stars take place there. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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11.06.2020
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Ischgl
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Ischgl, Tyrol, Austria. View of Ischgl. In March 2020, Ischgl was a focus of the coronavirus pandemic in Europe. Since then, the public prosecutor's office in Innsbruck has been investigating whether events in the holiday resort could have led to the spread of the epidemic throughout Europe and whether there is reason to suspect that there is a “risk of contagious diseases”. Ischgl is a municipality in Tyrol with 1617 inhabitants (status 2019). The municipality is located in the judicial district of Landeck on the Swiss border. Located at almost 1400 meters in the Paznaun, the place is known for its Silvretta Arena ski area with 238 km of slopes and 45 lifts, which is connected to the Swiss Samnaun. The former mountain farming village was transformed in the 20th century into a hotel settlement that serves mass tourism. During the ski season, numerous après-ski parties and concerts by various international pop stars take place there. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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11.06.2020
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Franz Xaver Kroetz (2020)
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Franz Xaver Kroetz. German director, writer, theater author and actor. May 2020 in Munich. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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03.05.2020
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Franz Xaver Kroetz (2020)
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Franz Xaver Kroetz. German director, writer, theater author and actor. May 2020 in Munich. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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03.05.2020
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Franz Xaver Kroetz (2020)
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Franz Xaver Kroetz. German director, writer, theater author and actor. May 2020 in Munich. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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Franz Xaver Kroetz (2020)
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Franz Xaver Kroetz. German director, writer, theater author and actor. May 2020 in Munich. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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03.05.2020
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Franz Xaver Kroetz (2020)
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Franz Xaver Kroetz. German director, writer, theater author and actor. May 2020 in Munich. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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Franz Xaver Kroetz (2020)
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Franz Xaver Kroetz. German director, writer, theater author and actor. May 2020 in Munich. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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03.05.2020
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Franz Xaver Kroetz (2020)
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Franz Xaver Kroetz. German director, writer, theater author and actor. May 2020 in Munich. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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03.05.2020
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Franz Xaver Kroetz (2020)
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Franz Xaver Kroetz. German director, writer, theater author and actor. May 2020 in Munich. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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03.05.2020
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Franz Xaver Kroetz (2020)
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Franz Xaver Kroetz. German director, writer, theater author and actor. May 2020 in Munich. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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03.05.2020
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Franz Xaver Kroetz (2020)
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Franz Xaver Kroetz. German director, writer, theater author and actor. May 2020 in Munich. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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03.05.2020
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Franz Xaver Kroetz (2020)
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Franz Xaver Kroetz. German director, writer, theater author and actor. May 2020 in Munich. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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Franz Xaver Kroetz (2020)
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Franz Xaver Kroetz. German director, writer, theater author and actor. May 2020 in Munich. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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03.05.2020
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Franz Xaver Kroetz (2020)
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Franz Xaver Kroetz. German director, writer, theater author and actor. May 2020 in Munich. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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03.05.2020
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Franz Xaver Kroetz (2020)
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Franz Xaver Kroetz. German director, writer, theater author and actor. May 2020 in Munich. © 2020 Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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03.05.2020
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Mike Wappler
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Mike Wappler (also known as Bill Mike or Ernst-August-Mike Baron von Wappler) is a German con man. He is considered one of the best known criminals in Germany. JVA Moabit, Berlin, Germany. March 2020. © Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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10.03.2020
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Mike Wappler
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Mike Wappler (also known as Bill Mike or Ernst-August-Mike Baron von Wappler) is a German con man. He is considered one of the best known criminals in Germany. JVA Moabit, Berlin, Germany. March 2020. © Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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10.03.2020
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Mike Wappler
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Mike Wappler (also known as Bill Mike or Ernst-August-Mike Baron von Wappler) is a German con man. He is considered one of the best known criminals in Germany. JVA Moabit, Berlin, Germany. March 2020. © Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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10.03.2020
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Mike Wappler
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Mike Wappler (also known as Bill Mike or Ernst-August-Mike Baron von Wappler) is a German con man. He is considered one of the best known criminals in Germany. JVA Moabit, Berlin, Germany. March 2020. © Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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10.03.2020
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Mike Wappler
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Mike Wappler (also known as Bill Mike or Ernst-August-Mike Baron von Wappler) is a German con man. He is considered one of the best known criminals in Germany. JVA Moabit, Berlin, Germany. March 2020. © Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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10.03.2020
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Mike Wappler
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Mike Wappler (also known as Bill Mike or Ernst-August-Mike Baron von Wappler) is a German con man. He is considered one of the best known criminals in Germany. JVA Moabit, Berlin, Germany. March 2020. © Armin Smailovic / Agentur Focus
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10.03.2020
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