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  • Axel Springer: Sexual Misconduct of Bild Editor Julian Reichelt Has a Long History
    The sacking of Julian Reichelt, the editor-in-chief of Germany's top tabloid, only came after years of questionable conduct. New reporting shows that Axel Springer, the publishing house that owns the paper and just bought Politico, likely won't be able to simply sweep the scandal under the rug.
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    Published on 10-20-21
    20 hours ago
  • Narco-State Netherlands: The Slippery Dutch Slope from Drug Tolerance to Drug Terror
    Drug gangs in the Netherlands have long since graduated from hashish to cocaine - and from dealing on the streets to a spree of contract killings. Police, lawyers, journalists: All are at risk of falling victim to the drug violence that has gripped the country.
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    Published on 10-20-21
    22 hours ago
  • Golden Visas for Refugees: “We Are Trading the Borders Away”
    Rich investors are able to buy their way into Europe. Why not refugees? A group of artists in Germany known as the Peng Collective is planning to flip the script for one family from Afghanistan.
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    Published on 10-15-21
    6 days ago
  • New Drug in the Democratic Republic of Congo: The Zombies of Kinshasa
    The capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo is being overrun by a dangerous new drug called bombé, made from deposits the catalytic converters of automobiles. In a country facing many problems, it helps people forget.
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    Published on 10-14-21
    7 days ago
  • Guns from the 3D Printer: The Shadowy, Homemade Weapons Community Just Keeps on Growing
    The right-wing extremist attacker from Halle had numerous homemade weapons with him on his shooting spree. But their quality was poor. Others, though, are perfecting the reliability of 3D-printed weapons - and have moved on to rocket launchers.
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    Published on 10-12-21
    1 week ago
  • Stranded on the EU External Border: Poland Turns to Questionable Methods to Turn Back Migrants
    Five migrants have already died on the Belarusian border as they try to enter Poland. Warsaw, though, has shown zero sympathy for their plight and continues to do all they can to prevent refugees from entering.
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    Published on 10-06-21
    2 weeks ago
  • Foreign Policy: The Global Challenges Germany's Next Chancellor Faces
    During this month's election, the candidates didn't say much about geopolitics and Germany's role in the world. That could come back to haunt Berlin in the coming months. A preview of what to expect from Washington, Paris, Brussels, Moscow and Beijing in the months to come.
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    Published on 10-04-21
    2 weeks ago
  • The Success of the AfD: Why Is the Right Wing So Strong in Eastern Germany?
    The right-wing radical party AfD emerged from last Sunday's election as the strongest political force in the eastern German states of Saxony and Thuringia. What did the mainstream parties do wrong?
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    Published on 10-01-21
    3 weeks ago
  • Social Design Award 2021: Grandparent Exchange, Bike Park or Yoga for Children? Vote for Your Favorite!
    The jury for the 2021 Social Design Award has sorted through the submissions and selected 10 fantastic ideas. You can vote for your favorite between now and Oct. 11.
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    Published on 09-29-21
    3 weeks ago
  • Germany's AfD Bickers over Future Direction: The Radical Right Loses Ground
    The right-wing populist party AfD sought to paper over its deep split between the moderate and extremist wings for the campaign. Now that the party won fewer votes than expected, that divide is once again front and center.
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    Published on 09-28-21
    3 weeks ago