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  • Erdoğans Bad Bank on Trial: Shedding Light on an Alleged Plot to Evade Iran Sanctions
    A trial starting soon in New York is set to throw light on whether a Turkish bank helped Iran circumvent sanctions. And how much President Erdoğan knew about it.
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    Published on 02-26-21
    9 hours ago
  • Russia: The Architect of Putin's Purported Palace Comments on Alexei Navalny's Film
    Lanfranco Cirillo designed the ostentatious palace that Alexei Navalny claims belongs to Russia’s president. "We used fantastic materials, I was proud of my work," the architect says when contacted by DER SPIEGEL.
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    Published on 02-24-21
    3 days ago
  • AstraZeneca: The Coronavirus Vaccine that Nobody Wants
    Reports that the AstraZeneca vaccine is less effective that the ones from BioNTech and Moderna have fueled widespread reservations. Leading German health experts say they have faith in the company's product and that it is a key tool in the battle against COVID-19.
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    Published on 02-19-21
    1 week ago
  • The Hanau Protocols: Aftermath of a Deadly Racist Attack
    On Feb. 19, 2020, a right-wing extremist murdered nine young people in Hanau. Because the gunman shot himself, there will be no trial. But those left behind have questions for the country they call home.
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    Published on 02-18-21
    1 week ago
  • The Third Wave: Coronavirus Mutants Are Spreading Fast
    The coronavirus mutants are spreading at breakneck speed in Germany. They have left puzzled researchers asking what makes them so highly infectious? And why are they infecting so many young people in Israel?
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    Published on 02-17-21
    1 week ago
  • Germany: Angela Merkel Loses Her Way, and Her Temper, in the Corona Crisis
    One might think that Chancellor Angela Merkel, with her background in science, would be a perfect fit in the coronavirus pandemic. But lately, she has been losing her patience with state governors and having trouble connecting with the German populace.
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    Published on 02-12-21
    2 weeks ago
  • EU: Brussels Pushes Firmer Stance after Embarrassment in Moscow
    After the recent humiliation of its top diplomat by Russian officials, the European Union may now be heading toward stronger measures against Moscow. Tempers are running high in Brussels, though the bloc doesn't exactly have a strong history of common foreign policy.
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    Published on 02-12-21
    2 weeks ago
  • Washington Post Editor Martin Baron: “We Had To Be Much More Forthright about Trump”
    Martin Baron, the executive editor of the Washington Post, is retiring. In an interview with DER SPIEGEL, he talks about the Trump years, the mistakes the media have made and the dangers yet to come.
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    Published on 02-09-21
    3 weeks ago
  • Social Design Award 2021: For Strong Families!
    Working from home and homeschooling – the coronavirus pandemic has been a heavy burden for parents and children alike. That’s why we are looking for projects and ideas that provide support for families as part of SPIEGEL Wissen’s reader competition this year. The contest has opened for registration.
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    Published on 02-09-21
    3 weeks ago
  • Chancellor Merkel's Failure in the Coronavirus Pandemic
    Chancellor Angela Merkel's calm leadership style has been praised for years. But in the pandemic, it has proven to be problematic. Her lack of ambition and creativity have had dire consequences for the country.
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    Published on 02-08-21
    3 weeks ago