France announces ‘progressive’ coronavirus lockdown exit strategy

Moves come despite an increase in the German infection rate following the relaxation of restrictions France has announced a detailed map for a” progressive and controlled” departure from its strict lockdown from 11 May, even as official chassis in Germany…

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Germany’s devolved logic is helping it win the coronavirus race

With 400 public health positions forging ahead with testing, the country is a model for others to emulate As the coronavirus crisis experiments the resilience of republics around the globe, Covid-1 9 eruption, such a highly devolved method of governance…

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How Huawei is dividing Western nations

The relationship between the United Kingdom and Australia is not often a flashpoint in international relations. After all, the two friends share a common conversation, ancestry, and monarch. So what caused a dustup recently that witnes a senior Australian parliamentarian…

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Can German Activists Stop the Neo-Nazi Resurgence?

ERFURT, Germany–A conservative regional politician, who’d been hounded online by the far right Alternative coat Deutschland ( AfD) gathering, was shot dead on his porch last-place June by a guy who’d previously volunteered to hang AfD campaign posters. The victim’s…

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Berlin’s nightclubs fight for same cultural status as opera houses

Clubs tell parliament that without safety, gentrification menaces their existence Berlin’s renowned nightclubs are on track to be awarded the same racial status as opera houses and theaters in order to protect them from gentrification. A group dedicated to protecting…

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Lessons we should have learned from the liberation of Auschwitz and other Nazi camps

From 1940 to 1945, an estimated 1.3 million people were acquitted to Auschwitz, the largest complex of Nazi concentration camps. More than four out of five of those people–at least 1.1 million people–were assassinated there. On January 27, 1945, Soviet…

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Germany’s SPD steps back from pulling plug on Merkel coalition

Social Democrat brand-new governors shrink from scurried depart from governing alliance The new leftwing leadership of Germany’s Social Democrats have seemed a prudent tone over moving the breakup of Angela Merkel’s coalition government, softening speculation that the agitated party could…

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30 Before & After Pics Showing How Europe Has Changed Over Time By Re.Photos

Head over to our site for the purposes of an interactive version of each image and numerous, many more! # 5 Captured German Soldiers At Juno Beach Captured German Soldiers at Juno Beach shortly before their deportation to England. In…

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Tamba: Senegal’s migration starting point photo essay

People of Tamba is a photographic project by the Italian artist Giovanni Hnninen, consisting of representatives of 200 likeness taken across the Tambacounda region in Senegal presented by the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation People of Tamba, inspired by German…

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Beach towels and Brexit: how Germans really see the Brits

Exhibition at Bonns House of History certificates unrequited love of all things British The strategy that Germany’s diplomatic corps proposed to keep Britain in the European society was unconventional and bold. In November 1974, the then German chancellor Helmut Schmidt…

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