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  • Has Germany “Done This?”: A Look at the Refugee Crisis Five Years Later
    In 2015, as almost a million asylum seekers poured into Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel said: "We can do this." Was she right? Five years later, we take a closer look in the most average of average German towns.
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    Published on 07-15-20
    23 hours ago
  • Corona Mutations: The Changing Virus
    Scientists are suspiciously tracking every change in SARS-CoV-2, with dangerous looking mutations regularly appearing. On the long term, though, experts hope that the pathogen could prove less aggressive.
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    Published on 07-15-20
    1 day ago
  • Living Room School in Afghanistan: A School for Girls that Even the Taliban Have Accepted
    More than a billion dollars have been spent on Afghanistan's education system, though the country has little to show for it. In a remote village, one man is doing his part to make sure local girls receive a fair education – by opening a school in his living room.
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    Published on 07-14-20
    2 days ago
  • Leading German Economist: “The Virus Must Be Contained Before the Economy Can Recover”
    In an interview, Clemens Fuest, one of Germany’s top economists, discusses the impact of the coronavirus on governments and business. He says bankruptcies are inevitable and that the effects of the crisis will be with us for a long time to come.
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    Published on 07-10-20
    6 days ago
  • Massive Income Loss: Left Behind By the Coronavirus
    Germans could lose as much as 390 billion euros due to the coronavirus pandemic. Some groups have been hit harder than others, and even a big chunk of the middle class is at risk of slipping into poverty.
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    Published on 07-10-20
    6 days ago
  • Justice Cooperation: Lack of Deal Between EU and UK Imperils Security
    With the growing risk of a hard Brexit, the danger is increasing that European and British collaboration on law enforcement will be discontinued. So far, the back-up plans haven’t been very convincing.
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    Published on 06-29-20
    2 weeks ago
  • Coronavirus Heaven: Why Meatpacking Plants Are Superspreaders
    As the recent outbreak in Germany shows, meat processing facilities offer perfect conditions for the transmission of coronaviruses, with cool temperatures and people cramped in close quarters. Additional changes are needed to protect workers – and theoretically even consumers.
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    Published on 06-26-20
    3 weeks ago
  • The Curse of Black Gold: Vast Oil Find Puts Guyana on the Verge of Riches – or Failure
    Guyana has always been one of South America's poorest countries. But now that ExxonMobil has discovered a new oil field off the coast, the tiny nation could become one of the world's richest. But will it be a blessing or a curse?
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    Published on 06-26-20
    3 weeks ago
  • What’s Wrong With America?: “The Despair Is Smoldering in Society”
    Millions of Americans have seen their wages stagnate for decades, even as the wealthiest have grown fantastically rich. The economists Anne Case and Angus Deaton believe the health-care system is partly to blame, and the coronavirus is highlighting the broader dangers American society is facing.
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    Published on 06-24-20
    3 weeks ago
  • ECB Vice President Luis de Guindos: “We Had to Act”
    The European Central Bank's bond-buying program has been heavily criticized in Germany. But ECB Vice President Luis de Guindos says it is a necessity in these times of crisis. He also praises the German response to the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
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    Published on 06-22-20
    3 weeks ago