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  • Journey Through a Lost Land: Nagorno-Karabakh Settles in for Five Years of Uncertainty
    Russian troops have arrived in Nagorno-Karabakh to keep the peace, but thousands of Armenians are having to flee the region. They are leaving nothing to the arriving Azerbaijanis – and it is unclear when normalcy might return.
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    Published on 11-24-20
    20 hours ago
  • Geopolitics of COVID: The Unprecedented Challenge of Coronavirus Vaccine Distribution
    The first COVID-19 vaccines are nearing approval. Wealthy countries have already secured the rights to billions of doses, while others are at risk of growing even more dependent on China or Russia.
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    Published on 11-24-20
    1 day ago
  • Svetlana Alexievich on the protests against Alexander Lukashenko in Belarus
    Literature Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich is currently in Berlin receiving medical treatment. In an interview with DER SPIEGEL, she spoke about the protests in her homeland of Belarus, the horrors of the Lukashenko regime and how the international community can help.
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    Published on 11-20-20
    5 days ago
  • Lebanon: Anatomy of the Explosion that Rocked Beirut
    How is it possible that 2,750 tons of highly explosive ammonium nitrate was stored in the heart of Beirut for several years? DER SPIEGEL recounts the missteps, corruption and incompetence that led to the August blast.
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    Published on 11-19-20
    6 days ago
  • Croatia: Video Documents Illegal Refugee Pushbacks
    For years, asylum-seekers have been claiming abuse at the hands of Croatian border police, with some reporting beatings, electric shocks and even having their toenails torn out. For the first time, videos in combination with reporting by DER SPIEGEL have confirmed some of these reports.
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    Published on 11-18-20
    7 days ago
  • Three Doctors on the Front Lines: “It’s a Mistake To Think We Have this Disease Under Control”
    How are things going with the treatment of COVID patients? And what happens if infection rates continue to rise? Doctors discuss their daily lives on the front lines of the coronavirus.
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    Published on 11-12-20
    2 weeks ago
  • The Cult Myth: Why Trumpism Won't Disappear with Trump
    Donald Trump's role in the degradation of American politics has been consistently overstated. His spirit will remain behind long after he is gone – and there is one man in Washington who knows exactly what to do with it.
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    Published on 11-11-20
    2 weeks ago
  • Joe Biden Sets Out to Make America Great Again: “It's Time for America To Unite”
    Joe Biden has won the election, but he is facing an immense task. America is deeply divided and Trump's followers are just as passionate as ever. What are the president-elect's prospects for success?
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    Published on 11-09-20
    2 weeks ago
  • A Personal Experience with Breast Cancer: “Only a Woman If You Have Breasts? That's Nonsense”
    Former German politician Silvana Koch-Mehrin recently completed a long battle with breast cancer. DER SPIEGEL speaks with her about her experiences and how the illness is viewed by society.
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    Published on 11-08-20
    2 weeks ago
  • Joe Biden's Almost Impossible Task – A Ripple, Not a Wave
    Even if Joe Biden emerges victorious, the peaceful transfer of power still isn't yet a foregone conclusion. And as president, Biden would face the almost impossible task of reuniting a deeply divided nation.
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    Published on 11-06-20
    3 weeks ago