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[l] at 8/14/20 10:43am
Following the devastating explosion in the port, anger with the political elite is growing in Beirut. People there are trying to pick up the pieces, but many of them have nothing left to lose.

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[l] at 8/14/20 9:53am
Paul Dorfman and Staffan Qvist both want to save the climate. But one of them wants to rid the world of nuclear reactors while the other wants to build more of them. We brought them together for a debate.

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[l] at 8/13/20 9:40am
As the country suffers under the coronavirus pandemic, an unprecedented attack on the Amazon is taking place in Brazil. President Bolsonaro is actively promoting slash-and-burn agriculture that threatens to destroy the region and further harm the climate.

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[l] at 8/13/20 8:49am
It took days for Europe to say anything of consequence about Belarus. And the bloc doesn't seem to have any foreign policy guiding light elsewhere, either. That is dangerous.

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[l] at 8/13/20 6:54am
The Hitler salute, threatening emails, weapons staches, terror cells: Numerous police officers and soldiers in Germany have engaged in right-wing extremist activity. But how big is the problem and what can be done about it? A DER SPIEGEL investigation.

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[l] at 8/10/20 7:15am
In an interview, Nathan Law, one of the leaders of the democracy movement in Hong Kong, discusses the transformation of the special administrative region into a police state. He also talks about his new life in London and his hopes for German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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[l] at 8/7/20 10:04am
Russia, China and India are racing to find a coronavirus vaccine. But international standards are not always being respected. Some researchers have even tested their remedies on themselves.

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[l] at 8/7/20 10:03am
Coronavirus pathogens can float in the air for hours, which is a significant threat. Researchers are developing ideas for how to prevent infections in schools, restaurants and offices using ventilation equipment, air filters and UV radiation.

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[l] at 8/6/20 1:13pm
First came online retail and the financial crisis, now COVID-19: City-center shopping districts in Germany are suffering. But strategies are being developed to save them. Will they work?

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[l] at 8/6/20 5:08am
Bangladesh has a methamphetamine problem, and the government is turning to drastic measures in the search for a solution. Human rights organizations say that the authorities are resorting to extrajudicial killings.

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[l] at 8/6/20 4:19am
In an interview, Izumi Nakamitsu, the United Nations' leading disarmament official, warns that the risk of a nuclear war is greater than ever. She says that the lack of dialogue between nations has created an extremely dangerous situation today.

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[l] at 8/5/20 9:15am
The virus seems to be spreading again in Germany as people begin returning from their summer travels. We have learned a lot about controlling COVID-19, but is the government in Berlin doing enough?

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[l] at 8/5/20 3:14am
Seventy-five years after the dropping of the first atomic bomb in Hiroshima, one nuclear non-proliferation after the other is lapsing. A new arms race is already taking shape between Russia, the United States and China.

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[l] at 8/2/20 3:14am
How should the EU stand up to China's power? Europe must demonstrate greater unity and use the single market as a lever, argues top German government official Michael Roth. When it comes to 5G, Europe must rely on domestic suppliers.

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[l] at 7/31/20 10:11am
Schools in Germany are to begin reopening next week, despite the coronavirus pandemic. But many teachers say that too much time has been wasted and that there is still a lack of clear guidelines.

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[l] at 7/31/20 10:10am
In an interview with DER SPIEGEL, Mary Trump, the U.S. president's niece, discusses her family's chilling history, her grandfather's ruthlessness and what it would mean if Donald was re-elected.

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[l] at 7/31/20 10:10am
German parliamentarian and health expert Karl Lauterbach says Germany's coronavirus strategy must change. Instead of contact tracing, he demands that more attention be focused on super-spreaders.

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[l] at 7/29/20 4:33am
Despite undermining the rule of law in their countries, the leaders of Poland and Hungary were spared when the EU pushed through its landmark coronavirus recovery package. Now, it’s up to the European Parliament to decide whether it wants to increase the pressure.

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[l] at 7/28/20 1:32pm
Will Italy manage to reboot the country's economy through sorely needed government and economic reforms or will COVID-19 drive it into a long-term recession? A summer journey across a country that is laden with fear but still filled with hope.

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[l] at 7/27/20 10:16am
Global health expert and government adviser Devi Sridhar explains Scotland's ambitious “zero COVID” strategy, which aims to completely eliminate the virus within the country’s borders. She argues that the plan should also be applied to the rest of Europe.

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