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Spiegel Online
Tuesday September 19, 2017 @ 10:08:24 AM mt

Silicon Valley and theGerman Election: AfD Accuses Google of Sabotaging Campaign



DER SPIEGEL has learned that Google is refusing to place ads for a controversial anti-Merkel website created by the Alternative for Germany. The right-wing populist party says it will respond by spending its money with Facebook instead.

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Tuesday September 19, 2017 @ 03:24:38 AM mt

Iranian Vice President Salehi on Nuclear Deal: 'Our Partners Have More To Lose Than We Do'



Iranian Vice President Ali Akbar Salehi says his country wants to continue adhering to its nuclear treaty, even if the United States withdraws. In an interview, he warnsthat if the accord falls through, it could lead to a nuclear arms race.

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Tuesday September 19, 2017 @ 03:24:28 AM mt

Trump vs. Reality III: On Many Sides



An animated reality check of the man who claims to be the greatest U.S. president ever.

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Spiegel Online
Monday September 18, 2017 @ 10:57:48 AM mt

German Election Podcast: What You Need To Know About Sunday's Vote



Germans head to the polls this Sunday to elect their next parliament. In our special election podcast, SPIEGEL ONLINE Editor-in-Chief Barbara Hans discusses issues that have shaped the campaign, Angela Merkel's prospects for a fourth term and the likelihood the far right will win seats.

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Monday September 18, 2017 @ 10:57:47 AM mt

Interview with Martin Schulz: 'We Cannot Leave Any Room for the Enemies of Democracy'



Social Democratic chancellor candidate Martin Schulz still believes he has a chance of unseating Angela Merkel. DER SPIEGEL spoke to him about the anger many Germans feel against establishment parties and how to deal with authoritarian politicians.

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Monday September 18, 2017 @ 01:16:31 AM mt

Where Dreams Come to Die: Migrant Path in Europe Ends at Brenner Pass



Migrants who make it across the Mediterranean to Italy dream of continuing on to northern Europe. Most, though, are unable to make it past the Brenner Pass. A visit to Europe's waiting room.

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Monday September 18, 2017 @ 01:16:30 AM mt

Is Moscow Planning Something: GermanyPrepares for Possible Russian Election Meddling



Two years ago, Russian hackers conducted a cyberattack against the German parliament. Will the data they stole make a sudden appearance before the election? Officials are doubtful, but there may be an even greater threat.

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Spiegel Online
Sunday September 17, 2017 @ 09:08:21 PM mt

An Agent from Ankara: Did Turkey Plan To Kill Kurdish Official in Germany



An espionage trial in Hamburg is raising questions about the Turkish government's intelligence activities in Germany. It has shed light on a murky world in which Ankara may even be trying to eliminate its political opponents.

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Sunday September 17, 2017 @ 07:45:32 AM mt

EU Commissioner Malmstrm: 'Millions of U.S. Jobs Depend On Trade with EU'



In an interview, European Commissioner for Trade Cecilia Malmstrm of Sweden discusses the best way of dealing with free trade foe Donald Trump, unfair Chinese business practices and why it will likely take a "number of years" before the EU reaches a deal on future ties with post-Brexit Britain.

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Spiegel Online
Sunday September 17, 2017 @ 07:45:31 AM mt

The Tin Lady: May's Catastrophic Result Clouds UK's Future



British Prime Minister Theresa May went all in -- and lost almost everything. Following a catastrophic result for the country's Conservatives, the UK is politically paralyzed. And it is unclear what will happen next.

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