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Two "eurofighter" jets belonging to the German air force have crashed over the Müritz region in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, according to Die Welt.
Video of the crash can be seen below:
The circumstances surrounding the accident, and the fate of the...
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On 8 May, a year after the US exited the Iran nuclear deal, Tehran partially suspended its obligations under the JCPOA. On the same day, Iran gave the other treaty signatories - China, the EU, France, Germany, Russia and the UK - an ultimatum, that...
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Hundreds of climate change activists in Germany have temporarily occupied an open-cast coalmine in protest over the use of fossil fuels.
Police cleared the site, saying it was not safe, but many protestors resisted attempts to remove them and have...
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Worst job of World War II?
As the truck bounces to a halt, Hardwicke’s sense of foreboding is crystallized by the date. Today is his second wedding anniversary. Not only that, but two months earlier, almost to...
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Alpha Company, 3d Battalion, 6th Infantry passes in review at the July 4 parade on the Four-Ring at McNair Barracks, Berlin. July 4, 1982. Photo: US Army photo, public domain. Credit: Das AlliiertenMuseum, Berlin.
Since Colonel Mike isn’t...
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Following the European elections, the foreign ministers of the bloc have outlined what a "stronger" EU should look like to face off competition from the US, China and Russia, after the planned reforms.
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Jon Queally, staff writerHundreds of climate activists stormed a massive open-pit coal mine in Germany on Saturday, entering a standoff with police inside the mine while thousands of others maintained separate blockades of the nation's coal...
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What a complete surprise.
A new study in Berlin found that 92% of the loser left-wing protesters were living with mommy and daddy.
One in three are unemployed.
And, according to the study around 80%...
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Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday said Germany must resist neo-Nazis “without any taboos” following the killing of a local politician by a suspected right-wing extremist. Such violence “must be resisted from the outset and...
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel's pro-immigrant stance hardly correlates with Germany's inhuman practices, Italian political observers say commenting on the recent exposure of Berlin's method's for transferring unwanted migrants back to the...
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The move comes ahead of regional elections amid the growing popularity of the anti-establishment Alternative for Germany (AfD) Party, which calls for stricter migration control, in eastern parts of the country.
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Some terrifying history.
One hundred years ago, the German High Seas Fleet committed suicide.
On June 21, 1919, the crews of seventy-four German warships attempted to scuttle their vessels in order to prevent the Allies...
A soon-to-be rescued squirrel stuck in a manhole cover in Dortmund, Germany. | (Feuerwehr Dortmund/dpa via AP)
A boy cools off in an irrigation channel near Khartoum, Sudan. | (REUTERS/Umit Bektas)
A boy sits against a wall in Kabul. |...
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The Treaty of Versailles was signed on 28 June 1919. It was just one of a series of treaties between the victorious allies and the defeated nations - Germany, Austro-Hungary, Turkey and Bulgaria. Professor Richard Overy explained why Versailles was...
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