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Germany Needs New Fighter Jets, But Will It Choose The Eurofighter Typhoon?

David Axe Security, The German air force is close to making a decision on a replacement type for its fleet of Tornado fighter-bombers. Key point: One factor complicates Berlin’s decision. The German air force just received the last Eurofighter...
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Libya Oil Exports Blocked, Raising Stakes For Berlin Peace Summit 

Forces loyal to Libyan military strongman Khalifa Haftar blocked oil exports from the war-ravaged country's main ports Saturday, raising the stakes on the eve of an international summit aimed at bringing peace to the North African nation. The move...
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Haftar Blocks All Libyan Oil Exports Day Before Berlin Peace Conference

Haftar Blocks All Libyan Oil Exports Day Before Berlin Peace Conference Given Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar has over the past two years captured the majority of the oil and gas rich country's energy producing regions, he's now playing...
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Why Laws Against Hate Speech Are Dangerous

Why Laws Against Hate Speech Are Dangerous Authored by Fjordman via The Gatestone Institute, In November 2019, Germans celebrated the collapse of the Berlin Wall and the reunification of Germany 30 years earlier. That same month,...
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Haaland Bags 20-minute Hat-trick On Dortmund Debut In Thrilling Win

Berlin (AFP) – Norwegian rising star Erling Braut Haaland came off the bench to claim a hat-trick inside 20 minutes on his Borussia Dortmund debut and inspire a 5-3 comeback win at Augsburg in the Bundesliga on Saturday. The 19-year-old showed...
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Merkel Congratulates Mishustin On Appointment As Russian Prime Minister

BERLIN (Sputnik) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel has congratulated Mikhail Mishustin on his appointment as the new head of the Russian government, the German cabinet said on Friday.
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Un Seeks End To Foreign Interference In Libya At Berlin Peace Conference - Spokesman

UNITED NATIONS (Sputnik) - UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres hopes his presence at the international conference on Libya in Berlin over the weekend will help end foreign interference in that country’s war and bolster peace negotiations between...
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Merkel To 'navigate' Germany To Avoid Spat With Both Us, China Over Huawei 5g Issue – Economist

Recent media reports suggest that the German chancellor will soon meet with her fellow CDU party members and CSU allies in order to discuss the participation of China’s Huawei in the national rollout of 5G technology as Berlin faces increasing...
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Vw Knows It Must Become A Tech Company To Compete With Tesla

German marque, and the world’s largest car maker by sales, Volkswagen (VW) appears to be wising up to the changing landscape of the automobile world. In a meeting with more than 100 company managers in Berlin this week, VW CEO Herbert Diess said...
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'lna Operation In Tripoli Is Not About Restoring Military Rule' – Libyan Politician

The UN-led Berlin Conference on Libya on 19 January, with the participation of major world powers, is to welcome both heads of the Government of National Accord (GNA) and the Libyan National Army (LNA). The high-level meeting following the Moscow...
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World War Ii Would Not Have Been Won Without Russia's Awesome T-34 Tank

Warfare History Network History, The Soviet T-34 tank played a crucial role in defense and later spearheaded the drive toward Berlin in the final months of World War II. December 1941 was a dark month and the end of a dark year for the Soviets as...
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German Foreign Minister Maas Says Lna's Haftar Has Agreed To Libya Ceasefire

Berlin will host a UN-led conference on Libya on 19 January with the participation of Egypt, Russia, the United States, and Turkey, among other countries. The heads of the Government of National Accord (GNA) and the Libyan National Army (LNA) are...
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German Economic Growth Slows To 0.6% In 2019, Worst In Years

BERLIN — The German economy expanded by 0.6% last year, its worst performance since 2013, as export growth slowed and manufacturing was weak. It was the 10th consecutive year of growth, the longest period since Germany was reunited in 1990, the...
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Iraqi Prime Minister Wants German Troops To Stay – Maas

BERLIN (Sputnik) - The Iraqi prime minister wants Germany to keep its troops but the Iraqi parliament’s vote to expel all foreign forces cannot be ignored, the German foreign minister said Wednesday.
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Grover Tops Up Debt Facility To €250m To Scale Its Renting Model For Consumer Electronics

Grover, the Berlin-based startup that offers “pay-as-you-go” subscriptions to the latest consumer tech, including e-scooters, has closed a new “asset-backed” financing deal, topping up an existing debt facility with Varengold Bank to...
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Germany’s Siemens To Fulfil Australia Coal Mine Contract

BERLIN — Germany’s Siemens has decided to stand by a contract linked to a coal mine in Australia that climate activists had called for it to drop. The German industrial conglomerate’s CEO, Joe Kaeser, had promised to review...
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Putin Gets 'nothing But Praise' From Merkel At Kremlin Talks, German Media Claims

Merkel reportedly used “much cooler” words when speaking about the US, as compared to those she reserved for Putin, and she also spoke about the prospects for closer cooperation between Brussels, Berlin and Moscow.
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For Personal Use Or Police, These Are The World's 5 Best Handguns

Kyle Mizokami Security, Can you guess? Key point: Locked away behind the Iron Curtain and unable to secure contracts with the Czechoslovakian government, the CZ 75 failed to gain adherents until the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. The bustling...
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An Unassuming Street Stall Has Been Serving Berlin's Most Popular Doner Kebab Since 2006

Döner Kebabs are all over Berlin, likely because a Turkish-German man saw a need for cheap, portable lunch for the city's many laborers.
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American Empire Completes Three Decades Of Futility

Thirty years ago this month, President George H.W. Bush appeared before a joint session of Congress to deliver his first State of the Union Address, the first post-Cold War observance of this annual ritual. Just weeks before, the Berlin Wall had...
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