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  • Germans Disappointed By Coronavirus Tracking App: Lots of Work But Little Utility
    Officials touted it as an important weapon in the fight against the pandemic, but there have been numerous glitches and shortcomings with Germany's corona app. Some argue it does more harm than good.
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    Published on 09-24-20
    11 hours ago
  • QAnon’s Inexorable Spread Beyond the U.S.: The Most Dangerous Cult of Our Times
    The bizarre, pro-Trump cult known as QAnon has been gaining followers in the United States for months. Now, the conspiracy theory has begun spreading to Germany. It's followers believe that the coronavirus is a weapon of the elite in their quest to enslave the world.
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    Published on 09-24-20
    14 hours ago
  • Predicting Refugee Movements? There’s an App for That – A New Approach to Humanitarian Aid
    According to an algorithm, the coronavirus pandemic could trigger a million people to leave their homes in the Sahel region. Such forecasts could help humanitarian organizations recognize developments before they happen and react more quickly.
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    Published on 09-23-20
    2 days ago
  • Mushroom Expert Merlin Sheldrake: “Fungi Can Teach Us a New Way of Looking at the World”
    Fungi's role in our world has been vastly underestimated, says biologist Merlin Sheldrake. They can even make decisions, just like us.
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    Published on 09-22-20
    2 days ago
  • Spain’s COVID Resurgence: The Difficult Fight against the Second Wave
    The Spanish government imposed a tough coronavirus lockdown in the spring, but now, new infections are rising faster than anywhere else in the EU. The economy is facing potential collapse even as new lockdown measures go into effect.
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    Published on 09-21-20
    3 days ago
  • German Zoo Fire in Krefeld: The Life and Death of Massa the Gorilla
    When Massa the gorilla died at age 49 in a tragic fire earlier this year at the zoo in Krefeld, Germany, he was one of the oldest gorillas in Europe. His offspring live in zoos across the continent.
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    Published on 09-16-20
    1 week ago
  • Racism and Corona: An Uphill Battle for Italy’s Beach Vendors
    Beach vendors in Italy have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. The country has seen a massive drop in tourism and the poor state of the economy has exacerbated xenophobia.
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    Published on 09-15-20
    1 week ago
  • Childbirth in the Pandemic: How COVID-19 Is Indirectly Killing Mothers and Babies
    Since the beginning of the pandemic, the rate of death among women and infants during or shortly after birth has risen considerably. The virus has caused shortages in hospitals, and led many women to avoid seeking help.
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    Published on 09-14-20
    1 week ago
  • Rise and Fall of Spain’s Former King Juan Carlos
    After the end of the Franco era, King Juan Carlos I helped his country become wealthy and democratic. Today he is exiled, with his legacy clouded by possible connections to tax fraud. What happened?
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    Published on 09-11-20
    2 weeks ago
  • “Rock Bottom”: Navigating the Corona Crisis with Pianist Extraordinaire Igor Levit
    In March, pianist Igor Levit agreed to allow DER SPIEGEL to follow him during his corona-lockdown house concerts and beyond. He didn't know at the time that his living room performances would both boost his career and weigh on his psyche.
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    Published on 09-10-20
    2 weeks ago