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MADRID Nicklas Backstrom Capitals Jersey , Aug. 4 (Xinhua) -- Spanish motor cycling champion Angel Nieto died late on Thursday evening as the consequence of head injuries suffered when he fell off a quad bike on the island of Ibiza just over a week ago.

The 70-year-old, who was perhaps the most successful Spanish motor cyclist of all time, was famous for winning 12+1 world titles at 50 and 125cc, winning a six world Championships on the former category and seven in the other between 1964 and 1986.

He won a total of 90 Grand Prix races, a total only beaten by Agostini and Valentino Rossi.

Nieto suffered the injuries after hitting his head when breaking at a crossing in Ibiza on July 26th and had been in a medically induced coma since then. Medical authorities on Thursday morning warned that his health had "deteriorated rapidly" on Thursday morning and he was in a "very critical condition" before ha passed away at around 7pm local time.

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OSLO, Sept. 25 (Xinhua) -- The price of residential parking in Norway's capital city Oslo will be increased from 300 kroner (38.35 U.S. dollars) to 3,000 kroner a year, which will give revenues of more than 90 million kroner a year to the municipality, newspaper Aftenposten reported Monday.

During autumn and next year, residential parking will be implemented on a total of 17,850 of the 21,550 parking areas in the city, many of which allowed free parking so far.

This income shall go directly to the Parking Fund, which is used for street works, road maintenance, charging points for electric vehicles and bicycle accessibility.

For 3,000 kroner a year, residents shall be able to park freely in the neighborhood and stand as long as they want -- if they find a place. Visitors will have to pay for the actual duration of parking and follow the time limits.

"I thought it was a printing error when I saw the price. It is pointlessly expensive and makes it almost impossible to have a car," said Arne Hagesen, resident of Oslo's central area of Majorstuen.

Oyvind Michelsen, a district politician in the Old Oslo, agreed with Hagesen, adding that he had received similar reactions from many residents in the district to the news that he called "tricky arrangement."

"For the residents, if they will have a residential parking permit, they must have a place to park. But we will only get a loose agreement with the municipality. In that case it will be an agreement to park nowhere," he told Aftenposten.

Daniel Rees, City Council secretary for Vice Mayor for Environment and Transport Lan Marie Nguyen Berg, said car owners who use parking spaces should pay for them.

"Those who use space for the car should pay for it. Many already have to pay for a place in a car park," Rees said. "A space in downtown Oslo is worth a lot. 3,000 kroner per year is on the same level as the price in other cities with a similar arrangement and a real price." (1 U.S. dollar=7.82 Norwegian kroner)

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BERLIN, Sept. 24 (Xinhua) -- As widely expected, Angela Merkel'sconservative CDUCSU bloc has again won the most votes in theGerman federal election on Sunday, but she needs to reflect what'sbehind her bitter victory.

According to preliminary survey, the conservative CDUCSU blocwon 32.5 percent of the total votes, falling short of expectationswith a 9-percentage-point gap compared with the election four yearsago. Its major rival, the Social Democratic Party (SPD) won only 20percent.

But the biggest surprise is made by the far-right populistAlternative fuer Deutschland (AfD), which won 13.5 percent of votesand entered the Bundestag for the first time as a far-rightparty.

"The result showed that the next German government will facechallenges," Hajo Funke, a professor from Free University Berlin,told Xinhua.

Funke said to some degree the result is a reflection of thepartly failure of the grand coalition government between the UnionParty and the SPD in the past four years, mostly in domesticissues, as the government failed to address enough the dividebetween the rich and poor.

Although German economy is booming and enjoying some of the besttimes since 20082009 global financial crisis, the gap between therich and the poor is increasing. According to a survey by Germanmedia, social justice has become the second social problems in thecountry, just after the refugee issues.

Not only wealth gap between the rich and the poor, but alsobetween different regions. According to the newspaper Bild, about27 percent of male voters in eastern Germany cast their ballots forthe AfD, the highest ratio among all parties. Eastern Germany isthe most less developed regions.

"The prices are climbing, the rent is increasing, but oursalaries are increasing as quickly as living costs," said the52-year-old repair worker Stephen Norman in Berlin, who voted forAfD.

"I'm heavily taxed, and all Germans are heavily taxed, but wedon't want to use our money to support refugees. That is unfair!"Norman told Xin.

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