Footage filmed on Sunday shows a heartwarming moment as a police officer played piano outside the Hambach Forest, where protests have raged over its potential use for mining coal. A police officer, who was supposedly on duty patrolling the embattled forest, could not help but stop and tinkle the ivories on the white piano. Cheered by the onlookers, he performed several pieces including Yiruma's... Еще 'Kiss the rain.' On Saturday, thousands of protesters gathered at a solidarity demonstration outside the forest to celebrate a court order to temporarily suspend the felling of trees at the site. Energy giant RWE, whose plan to raze the ancient forest sparked months of protests, was ordered to temporarily stop clearing the forest by the higher administrative court in Munster in an emergency ruling on Friday. The court argued that more time was needed to consider the case brought against RWE by BUND, Germany's branch of Friends of the Earth, and that all felling should be suspended until a decision could be reached.