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  • Opinion: Why There Should Be No Exit from Brexit
    Brexit has plunged British politics into a state of chaos. Will the country now choose to remain in the European Union? The odds of that happening are rising, but it wouldn't be a good idea -- neither for Britain nor for the EU.
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    Published on 12-13-18
    24 hours ago
  • A .38-Caliber Rosary: The Dangerous New Face of Salvini’s Italy
    Shots fired at foreigners, assaults on minorities, neo-fascist marches: Italy's extreme right wing feels emboldened by the country's new leadership. Many are pointing fingers at Interior Minister Matteo Salvini. But is he to blame?
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    Published on 12-12-18
    2 days ago
  • Eurozone Reform: The Sputtering German-French Motor
    Once considered the motor of the European Union, the German-French partnership no longer has the clout it once did. That has recently become apparent in struggling efforts to reform the common currency zone.
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    Published on 12-11-18
    3 days ago
  • French Protests: Macron’s Ghosts Return To Haunt Him
    The protests by the yellow vests against French President Emmanuel Macron aren't showing any signs of letting up despite concessions made by the government. Where is this anger coming from?
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    Published on 12-10-18
    4 days ago
  • Kramp-Karrenbauer’s Win: Rough Road Ahead for the Merkel Dynasty
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel wanted to hand over the leadership of the Christian Democratic Union to Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer and on Friday she got her wish. But the party is deeply divided and keeping the CDU together is task No. 1.
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    Published on 12-10-18
    4 days ago
  • Isle of Madness: A Series of Miscalculations Has Brought Britain to the Brink
    Brexit was to allow the United Kingdom to reclaim its former glory. Instead, the country's leaders have bumbled their way into catastrophe. Built on a false premise from the start, the UK's move away from the EU has been dominated by mistakes and miscalculations.
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    Published on 11-28-18
    2 weeks ago
  • Doping Irregularities: Ramos, Ronaldo and the Controllers
    Do anti-doping rules apply equally to all players and teams? After Real Madrid won the Champions League in 2017, Sergio Ramos was tested for a substance prohibited in competition and caught the eye of inspectors. But the case never reached the light of day. Now, the team captain is entangled in a new affair. By DER SPIEGEL Staff
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    Published on 11-23-18
    3 weeks ago
  • Interview with Suspected 9/11 Recruiter: ‘I Didn’t Know Anything, With God As My Witness.’
    German national Mohammed Haydar Zammar has known them all: Osama bin Laden, the Hamburg terror cell that perpetrated the 9/11 attacks and members of Islamic State. In an interview with DER SPIEGEL, he speaks for the first time with journalists inside a Kurdish prison.
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    Published on 11-23-18
    3 weeks ago
  • Hungry Like the Wolf: Turning a Football Team into a Money Machine
    A rather astounding number of players represented by the agent Jorge Mendes play for the Wolverhampton Wanderers. The club's manager is Mendes' business partner. Internal emails illuminate the conflict of interest. By DER SPIEGEL Staff
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    Published on 11-22-18
    3 weeks ago
  • Distressed: Are Ships in the Med Ignoring Refugees in Distress?
    Migrants are still trying to reach Europe across the Mediterranean. But ever since Italy has closed its ports to ships that have saved refugees from the waves, there are indications that some captains have grown more willing to sail on by without helping.
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    Published on 11-21-18
    3 weeks ago