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  • Escalation in the Middle East: “It’s the First Time I Have Been Afraid of my Neighbors”
    A new Gaza war appears to be developing in the Middle East. But this one isn't just pitting the Israeli military against the militants from Hamas. Hostilities have also erupted between Jewish and Arab Israelis.
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    Published on 05-14-21
    4 days ago
  • Former FARC Guerillas Find New Calling in Life as Farmers in Colombia
    In a commune that one psychologist calls “the jewel of the reintegration process,” former guerillas in Colombia have set up an avocado farm with global aspirations. Despite initial success, they are haunted by the ongoing threat of violence and death.
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    Published on 05-13-21
    5 days ago
  • BioNTech, Curevac and Co.: Patent Suspensions Threaten Germany's Booming Biotech Industry
    With their next-generation mRNA vaccines, the German companies BioNTech and CureVac are at the forefront of pharmaceutical innovation. But U.S. President Joe Biden's plan to suspend patent protections is threatening that position.
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    Published on 05-11-21
    7 days ago
  • Interview with U.S. Special Envoy to Afghanistan: “We Will Not Abandon Afghanistan”
    Zalmay Khalilzad is the U.S. special representative for Afghanistan. DER SPIEGEL speaks with him about rising violence in the country, the danger of another civil war and what the U.S. is doing to prevent it.
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    Published on 05-10-21
    1 week ago
  • A Fateful Election in Scotland: After Brexit Could Come Scexit
    Scottish voters are electing a new parliament this week, and again the pro-independence party SNP is expected to win. The vote could lead the way to the disintegration of the United Kingdom.
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    Published on 05-04-21
    2 weeks ago
  • A Country in Flames: Complacency and Government Failures Fueled India’s COVID Disaster
    India’s health care system and hospitals are on the verge of collapse and crematoriums are overloaded. The country got through the first wave of the coronavirus relatively unscathed, but the second has been a catastrophe, the product of inconceivable mistakes by the government.
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    Published on 04-30-21
    3 weeks ago
  • BioNTech CEO Confirms “Encouraging” Study: COVID Vaccine Could Be Approved for Older Children By Summer
    If all goes well, the BioNTech-Pfizer vaccine for COVID-19 could be approved for ages 12 and older by June, and for kids above the age of six months by the fall. But the development would raise new moral and practical questions.
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    Published on 04-30-21
    3 weeks ago
  • India and Brazil: Countries That Let the Virus Run Rampant Are A Threat to the World
    Highly contagious coronavirus mutants have emerged in India and Brazil that are spreading around the world. If their advance isn't stopped, the virus might evolve – and we could then be facing a new pandemic with vaccine-resistant mutants.
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    Published on 04-28-21
    3 weeks ago
  • Annalena Baerbock Holds the Keys to Germany's Next Election: The Green Kingmaker
    This fall, a politician with the Green Party could become German chancellor for the first time. Annalena Baerbock is a far more dynamic candidate than her conservative and center-left competitors - and she could be poised for a senior position in the next government, if not the country's top political office.
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    Published on 04-23-21
    4 weeks ago
  • Ukraine: Tensions Rise in Crimea and Donbass as Russia Deploys Troops
    President Vladimir Putin is deploying troops to the Ukrainian border. What is he planning? DER SPIEGEL visited both sides of the border to take a closer look at the rising tensions.
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    Published on 04-22-21
    4 weeks ago