Will Germany admit to genocide in Namibia? | News
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Will Germany admit to genocide in Namibia? | News

100 years after the end of colonial rule in modern-day Namibia, the German government has…

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Greece mulls details of reform proposals | News
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Greece mulls details of reform proposals | News

Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras is preparing to present a new set of reform proposals…

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Holidaying in Greece to show solidarity | Business
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Holidaying in Greece to show solidarity | Business

Now more than ever, Greece needs visitors. While the financial crisis is scaring some tourists…

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Budapest: A hub for Chinese trade | Business
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Budapest: A hub for Chinese trade | Business

China is one of Hungary’s most important trading partners, with Budapest a hub for Chinese…

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Pope Francis tours Bolivia | News
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Pope Francis tours Bolivia | News

Pope Francis is in Bolivia for the next stage of his South American tour. The…

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Building a path to peace in South Sudan | News
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Building a path to peace in South Sudan | News

South Sudan became an independent country four years ago. Since then, hopes of a prosperous…

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Greek businesses face mounting uncertainty | News
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Greek businesses face mounting uncertainty | News

The Greek government says it is doing everything it can to reach a deal with…

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Sun Exposure – what to watch out for | In Good Shape – Interview
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Sun Exposure – what to watch out for | In Good Shape – Interview

How dangerous is the sun, and how can you best protect yourself from it? Dr.…

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Germany’s Folk Festivals | Euromaxx
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Germany’s Folk Festivals | Euromaxx

These are typically German: Almost one thousand folk festivals in Germany are celebrated annually, attracting…

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Netherlands: Guilt for Srebrenica Massacre | Focus on Europe
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Netherlands: Guilt for Srebrenica Massacre | Focus on Europe

The murder of 8,000 Bosnians took place in 1995 under the eyes of Dutch UN…

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