Rostock


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a city in northeastern Germany near the Baltic sea

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Members of the delegation led by Senator Holger MEntthaus learned about development issues in the region, major projects carried out or planned by the State, and opportunities for co-operation between Bizerte and Rostock.
Despite the sudden halt in wins Fortuna will be in high spirits when the two sides meet having defeated Rostock in October.
The terraces at Rostock's 29,000-capacity DKB-Arena Stadium will be empty for the game after the German Football Federation (DFB) banned fans following trouble during Rostock's 3-1 home defeat to St Pauli last month.
The new vessels sailing between Gedser and Rostock will have a capacity to carry 460 cars or 90 trucks, and 1,500 passengers and are due to start operations in 2012.
Luis Carrillo, President of Rostock said, 'It is not everyday when you are able to acquire the rights to a licence in an area that has historically produced gold.
* University of Rostock Medical School, Rostock, Germany; and ([dagger]) Health Department of the State of MecklenburgWest Pomerania, Rostock, Germany
Rostock had a decent home record last year in the third tier, winning six of their final eight home matches of last season, but this is a tougher proposition.
None of the teams in the bottom half have conceded fewer home goals than Rostock, who will fancy their chances of keeping a clean sheet against a Wolfsburg attack is depleted by the absence of banned striker Grafite.
HANSA ROSTOCK look a fair price at 20-21 with Blue Square to beat Wolfsburg at the Ostseestadion this afternoon.