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Germany Wants Nuclear Bombers

Via VoltaireNet.org, Germany’s armed forces are currently studying the possibility of acquiring nuclear bombers capable of using the new American B61-12 atomic bombs. Meanwhile, the Pentagon itself plans to deploy these new atomic bombs in the...
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Emerging Market Economies At Risk Amid Faltering Eurozone Growth – Reports

Weak macroeconomic data from Germany interrupted a week of solid gains in emerging market (EM) stocks and currencies, suggesting a possible economic downturn in the Eurozone could affect the majority of developing nations across the globe.

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Headhunted? Juncker Predicts High Eu Post For Merkel After Chancellorship

Jean-Claude Juncker, who is set to leave his top EU job on 31 October, has praised the long-time head of Germany, with whom he has worked side by side since 2014. He dubbed Angela Merkel, who is expected to leave her post as chancellor in 2021, an...
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The Horten Ho. Xviii: The Flying Wing Bomber Nazi Germany Planned To Use To Bomb New York

Sebastien Roblin Security, Europe Simply a dream? In 1942, German air force chief Hermann Goering sketched out the requirement for the Amerika bomber—a strategic bomber capable of making 7,200-mile round-trip across the Atlantic. Earlier in...

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Berlin’s Firefighting Strategy Revealed In Wake Of Notre Dame Tragedy

The fire in Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral has shown that flames do not avoid big cities or historic buildings. Firefighters in Paris responded quickly. Sputnik has asked Berlin's fire department: how would the German capital fight a similar blaze? "We...
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Grenell: Buttigieg’s “pushing A Hate Hoax” Like Jussie Smollett

The one-sided Pete Buttigieg-Mike Pence feud is undoubtedly contrived for political effect, but is it a Jussie Smollett-scale hoax? US ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell rode to the vice-president’s defense late yesterday, telling...

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Greece Mulls German Asset Seizure If Berlin Says No To Wwii Reparations – Report

Earlier this week, Greek lawmakers voted in favour of a resolution demanding that Germany pay billions of euros in reparations for Greece’s suffering during World War II – a matter that Berlin, for its part, insists was settled decades ago.
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German Afd Members Complain About Attacks On Party Ahead Of Eu, Local Elections

Alternative for Germany (AfD) members spoke about the increasing number of attacks against their party in the mainstream media, in the political field and even in the streets.

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Could Reparations Help Close The American Racial Divide?

Amitai Etzioni Security, Americas The racial divide continues to plague America. It is well worth spending a large amount of funds—if it can finally be healed. As a Jewish child who escaped Nazi Germany, and whose extended family perished in the...

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Berlin: Sharp Rise In Violent Anti-semitism

RIAS 2019 anti-Semitism report: "The number of anti-Semitic attacks rose by 155 percent compared to 2017."
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Calculate Exactly How Much Plastic Trash You Generate In A Year

This calculator lets you figure out–and visualize–the giant pile of plastic your habits end up creating. It’s getting easier to avoid plastic. Zero-waste grocery stores, from Brooklyn to Hong Kong to Berlin, sell food without...
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Asylum Cheaters Will Still Be Allowed To Remain In Germany - Afd Member

German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer has put forward a plan containing tougher regulations for the deportation of failed asylum seekers. The measures focus on people who have exhausted all legal avenues to obtain asylum.

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Officials Pay Tribute To Victims Of Madeira Tourist Bus Crash

In a show of solidarity, the foreign ministers of Germany and Portugal laid two wreaths near the site where 29 German tourists died on Wednesday after their bus overturned on the Portuguese island of Madeira. The bus — carrying 55 tourists, a...
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Whatsapp Has Become A Haven For Nazi Propaganda In Germany: Report

Public displays of Nazi imagery are illegal in Germany; yet, that hasn’t stopped far-right  ideologists from spreading swastikas and other Nazi propaganda on WhatsApp. A new report from BuzzFeed News shows that WhatsApp users in Germany...

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Germany’s Economy Is Looking Pretty Sickly

Germany’s economy contracted in the third quarter of 2018, and has been struggling to find its feet ever since. Yesterday, the government in Europe’s largest economy cut its forecast for 2019 growth in half, to just 0.5%. That would be...

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Germany Charges Former Ss Guard With 5,230 Counts Of Accessory To Murder

A former Nazi guard has been charged with 5,230 counts of accessory to murder at the Stutthof concentration camp during the final months of World War II, German prosecutors said Thursday. Prosecutors in the northern city of Hamburg said Thursday...

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Whatsapp Users Spreading Nazi Imagery In Germany

“German WhatsApp users are spreading far-right propaganda through the use of stickers and chain letters but the company is doing little to nothing to stop it, despite local laws forbidding the use of Nazi imagery,” BuzzFeed News reports.

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Germany Hammers Out Tough New Rules To Deport Failed Asylum Seekers

Earlier, Horst Seehofer had triggered heated debates over Germany’s refugee policy with his 'Migration Masterplan', aimed at tightening migration rules and preventing failed asylum seekers from illegally staying in Germany.
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Germany Struggles In Push To Address Sexual Violence

A German-led bid to step up efforts to combat sexual violence in conflicts has run into resistance at the U.N. Security Council, diplomats said Wednesday, just days before Nobel laureate Nadia Murad is to appear before the U.N. body to issue a call...

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Bauhaus Design Has A Legacy Beyond Its Style

The Bauhaus, considered by many as the most influential design school in modern history, opened its doors 100 years ago this month. The small school in Weimar served as a beacon during the post-World War I malaise in Germany. Founder Walter Gropius...

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