Wake up service 15/11: Catshuisoverleg and Max Verstappen starts from second place

Good morning! Today, experts and relevant ministers meet in the Catshuis to discuss how to tackle the coronavirus, and Max Verstappen starts from second place in the Istanbul Grand Prix.

The weather: the day starts dry, but soon it starts to rain. There is also a strong wind. At about 14 to 17 degrees, its still soft. In the evening it clears up, but later the chance of a few strong showers increases again.

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What did you miss?

From the north of Ethiopia, at least three missiles have been fired and landed in the capital of Eritrea. The leader of the Tigray Peoples Liberation Front (TPLF), the ruler in the northern region of Ethiopia, confirms this morning that his troops have carried out the attacks.

The TPLF, the power in the northern region of Ethiopia, has previously threatened missile attacks on Eritrea. The TPLF accuses the neighbouring country of having carried out attacks on them at the request of the Ethiopian Government. Recently, the conflict between the government army of Ethiopia and TPLF fighters has escalated.

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And then heres this:

The nominations for the Golden Windei have been announced in the Consumer Program Checkout, the award for the most misleading food product. This year, among others, freshly squeezed, yet long-lasting juice, and a protein-bar packed with sugar and fat have been nominated. The audience finally decides which of the five nominees wins the Golden Windei.

Last year the Golden Windei went to Small Kitchen Chocopa paste for babies, and in 2018 Smartwater won Coca-Cola.

Good Sunday!