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In Germany, neo-Nazis get to march but threats are verboten
ABC News
Given Germany's grim history as the home of National Socialism and the efforts it has made since then to atone for its genocidal past, it might seem surprising that far-right extremists who glorify a dead Nazi official are allowed to march in his honor ...
German neo-Nazis are planning to rally outside Berlin SaturdayVox
Take a lesson: How Germany handles monuments from Nazi and communist erasPhilly.com
The hilarious way a German town turned neo-Nazis against NazismThinkProgress
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Germany bets on second time lucky with migrant workers
Merhawi Tesfay, an immigrant from Eritrea poses during a Reuters interview at German plant engineering firm Kremer Machine Systems where he found a job as electrician and plant manufacturer in Gescher near Muenster, Germany, August 4, 2017. Picture ...

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1 person killed in stabbing in Germany
ABC News
One person was killed and one person was injured in a stabbing incident in the German city of Wuppertal-Elberfeld today, according to police. Wuppertal police are still searching for one or more suspects related to the stabbings. A police spokeswoman ...
1 man dead, 1 injured after stabbing in western GermanyWashington Post
Man killed and another hurt in stabbing in GermanyMetro
One dead after stabbing attack in GermanyNEWS.com.au
Daily Star -Times of India
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BBC News

Turkey's Erdogan calls German leaders 'enemies'
BBC News
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called Germany's ruling politicians "enemies of Turkey" who deserve to be rejected by German-Turkish voters. Germany will hold a general election on 24 September, and about one million ethnic Turks living in ...
Erdogan tells Turks in Germany to vote against MerkelReuters
Erdogan Calls on Turks in Germany to Vote Against Turkey's FoesBloomberg
Merkel says she won't avoid eastern Germany despite hecklersMaryville Daily Times
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The Economist

Germany's new divide
The Economist
Imagine that Germany were sundered once more, this time into north and south. The south would contain the Länder (states) of Saarland, the Rhineland-Palatinate, Hesse, Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria from the former west, plus Thuringia and Saxony, the ...

Slate Magazine

Ugly History Shouldn't Be Beautiful
Slate Magazine
The project to lay these stones began in the early 1990s by a German artist named Gunter Demnig (not a Jew), at first to controversy, but gradually to acceptance and even civic pride. (Workers are employed to go around and polish the brass plates, so ...

The Guardian

If the German left wants to succeed, it must offer more than Merkel's status quo
The Guardian
The German elections on 24 September are bound to be boring. Polls show Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU/CSU) leading the centre-left Social Democrats (SPD) by 15 percentage points. Absent a miracle for the SPD, Merkel will be re-elected as ...
Merkel, called 'traitor', defends refugee stance in rowdy east GermanyReuters
What We Learned on the German Campaign Trail: Week OneBloomberg
'Traitor': Merkel booed at rally in eastern Germany (PHOTOS, VIDEO)RT
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Goal USA

Bayern Munich's domestic dominance makes Europe the real challenge for Germany's goliaths
Goal USA
This season, Bayern Munich could win their sixth Bundesliga title in a row, having dominated German football for the past few years. Such is their status domestically, that Bayern winning their 28th league title is almost taken for granted. Anything ...

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Germany: Confronting the colonial roots of racism
Berlin, Germany - Mnyaka Sururu Mboro walks through Wedding, a district in the northwest of Berlin, with an expression of disdain. "It makes my stomach turn every time I go down these streets," he says. He is in the African Quarter, so-called because ...

New Vision

National boxing team travels to Germany
New Vision
Uganda is sending a team to the world Boxing Championships 2017 series that start in Hamburg in Germany on August 25. The team that leaves for the games on Monday, was flagged off by NCS officials Zubair Galiwango and Nicholas Muramagi. It includes ...

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