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  • London Mayoral Candidate Rory Stewart: ‘What Boris Is Doing with Europe Is Extremely Dangerous’
    In an interview, former Tory Party rising star Rory Stewart discusses his views on Brexit, the decline of British politics, his aim of becoming London's next mayor and why he believes that politics would be healthier if it were a bit more boring.
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    Published on 10-22-19
    3 hours ago
  • The Bridge to Nowhere: A Trip to the Pro-Russian Pseudo-State of Luhansk
    The war is essentially over in eastern Ukraine, but peace hasn't yet begun. A visit to the self-proclaimed mini-state known as the People's Republic of Luhansk shows that the road back to normality is long and full of obstacles.
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    Published on 10-22-19
    6 hours ago
  • ‘Do It Many Times a Day, My Friends’: Billie Eilish on the Best Way To Fight Stress
    In an interview, 17-year-old American pop star Billie Eilish discusses the stress of fame, a time she feared was a never-ending black hole and the best coping mechanism.
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    Published on 10-21-19
    1 day ago
  • The Triumph of the Autocrats: What the Syrian Debacle Means for the Middle East and Europe
    Now that the U.S. has withdrawn from northern Syria, a trio of autocrats is dividing the country up between them. But with Putin, Erdogan and Assad now having the say in the region, dangers are on the horizon for Europe. By DER SPIEGEL Staff
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    Published on 10-18-19
    4 days ago
  • Refugee Success Stories: Finding a New Life in Germany
    Since the mass influx of refugees to Germany in 2015, one-third have found jobs in the country. We profile four success stories that show just how far some asylum-seekers can get in the country if they remain persistent.
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    Published on 10-17-19
    5 days ago
  • Far-Right Terrorism: Deadly Attack Exposes Lapses in German Security Apparatus
    The 27-year-old German man who went on a shooting spree during the Yom Kippur holiday was out to kill Jews. He apparently self-radicalized in the darkest corners of the internet, beyond the reach of police or intelligence officials, who are woefully unprepared for this new breed of terrorism. By DER SPIEGEL Staff
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    Published on 10-11-19
    2 weeks ago
  • Opinion: This Isn’t a Drill, It’s the Catastrophe
    Germany is a country where hatred for those who are perceived to be different slides effortlessly from a tick on the election ballot to genocide. It's not enough to install a few security cameras -- it's time for an antifascist consensus.
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    Published on 10-11-19
    2 weeks ago
  • The PiS Dynasty: Kaczynski Party in Control Ahead of Polish Vote
    The right-wing party PiS is heading for another election victory in Poland. To ensure as large a majority as possible, Jaroslaw Kaczynski is seeking to target more moderate voters, but he hasn't forgotten his party's core nationalist supporters.
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    Published on 10-10-19
    2 weeks ago
  • Afghan President Ghani: ‘The Taliban Miscalculated Massively on All Fronts’
    The Taliban ravaged Afghanistan during the war, torturing and killing countless people. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani explains in an interview why his government is still willing to negotiate with them.
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    Published on 10-07-19
    2 weeks ago
  • Maximum Impact: Extinction Rebellion Takes Aim at Berlin
    The climate activists from Extinction Rebellion are tired of compromise and are hoping to use civil disobedience to force politicians to take action on global warming. Next week, they aim to shut down Berlin.
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    Published on 10-04-19
    3 weeks ago