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Jewish man reports assault with slur in Germany’s capital

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A Berlin police news release said the 41-year-old man wearing a traditional skullcap, or kippa, passed three other men in Duerer Square at about 2:15 a.m. One of three punched him in the face, knocking him against a ...

Germany’s Merkel warns of third wave if lockdown is lifted too quickly

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Berlin German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned that her country could be caught in a third wave of Covid-19 if it lifts its lockdown too quickly. Her comments come as daycare centers and elementary schools were re...

Germany’s Wellbrock romps to win in men’s marathon swimming

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Wellbrock sprinted out to an early lead and was up front most of the way on another sweltering morning in Japan's capital city. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE . Even with the race starting at 6:30 a.m. loca...

Germany’s far-right AfD becomes first party to be put under government surveillance since Nazi era

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BerlinGermany's BfV domestic intelligence service has formally placed the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) under surveillance on suspicion of trying to undermine Germany's democratic constitution, a person bri...

Winter Olympics 2022: Germany’s Francesco Friedrich says bobsled track is worn out

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One, he may need a break. Two, he thinks the ice needs a break as well. Friedrich complained about the quality of the ice at the Yanqing Sliding Center after completing another day of four-man training Thursday,...

Germany’s Scholz meets Biden as the new chancellor’s resolve on Ukraine is tested

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As the standoff between Russia and the West enters a potentially decisive phase, President Joe Biden meets Monday at the White House with Germany's new chancellor, whose willingness to confront Moscow alongside the ...

Germany’s Natalie Geisenberger wins 3rd Olympic luge title

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The GOAT, as the acronym goes. In most sports, such a title is the source of great debate. Not women’s luge. Definitely not after Tuesday night, when Natalie Geisenberger of Germany became the first to win the Olympi...

Kim Raisner: Germany’s modern pentathlon coach disqualified from Olympics for hitting horse

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Germany's modern pentathlon coach Kim Raisner has been disqualified from Tokyo 2020 for hitting a horse, the Modern Pentathlon Federation (UIPM) said in a statement on Saturday. The incident occurred as Raisner was ...

Calls made for Germany’s Euro 2020 game against Hungary to be played in rainbow-colored stadium

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The Euro 2020 game between Germany and Hungary could be played in a stadium lit with rainbow-colored lights. That's after a motion was put forward by the Munich city council to change the lighting pattern on the ou...

Meet Annalena Baerbock, the trampolinist giving Germany’s Green party a bounce in the race to succeed Angela Merkel

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Cast an eye over the candidates hoping to succeed Angela Merkel as German Chancellor, and one of the phrases most often used by political pundits describing the Green party's nominee Annalena Baerbock is: "A breath ...

Head of Germany’s Catholic Church offers resignation over ‘catastrophe of sexual abuse’

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Rome The head of the Catholic Church in Germany has written to Pope Francis to offer his resignation over what he described as his shared "responsibility for the catastrophe of sexual abuse" by church officials, a le...

Richard Grenell: Germany’s Angela Merkel and the tragic evolution of the Western European alliance

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I was with Chancellor Merkel when President Trump gave her a private tour of his White House residence in 2018. I saw how President Trump used humor and facts to present her with the American people’s frustration tha...

Germany’s deadly floods were up to 9 times more likely because of climate change, study estimates

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London Record rainfall that triggered deadly floods in Western Europe in July was made between 1.2 and 9 times more likely by human-caused climate change, according to a new study. At least 220 people were killed bet...

Germany’s gymnasts wear body-covering unitards, rejecting ‘sexualization’ of sport

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Tokyo The German women's gymnastics team has forgone bikini-cut unitards in favor of full-body versions at the Tokyo Olympics, in what the German Gymnastics Federation has branded a statement against "sexualization."...

Germany’s CureVac COVID-19 vaccine flops in clinical trial

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"In the unprecedented context of at least 13 variants circulating within the study population subset assessed at this interim analysis, CVnCoV demonstrated an interim vaccine efficacy of 47% against COVID-19 disease ...

Germany’s soft stance on Russian aggression towards Ukraine concerns NATO allies

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The U.S. and U.K. over the past few weeks revealed critical information regarding Russia’s plans, including the intention to run a "false-flag operation" in Ukraine to justify invasion along with plans to install a p...

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