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Germany suffer heavy defeat to Finland

At the Ice Hockey World Championships in Russia, Germany were no match for powerhouses Finland. Head coach Marco Sturm is under pressure as his team looks increasingly unlikely to qaulify for the quarterfinals.

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No fresh borrowing in the years ahead?

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble is confident that Europe’s powerhouse can fare without fresh borrowing up to 2020. Higher labor market spending is to be offset by steadily rising tax revenue.

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A holiday in South Sudan?

Not just Africa’s top tourist destinations are trying to attract more visitors. Strife-torn nations like South Sudan and Mali are also aiming to boost tourism arrivals by participating in the Berlin ITB tourism fair.

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Arabs’ sexual harassment in Germany and its effect on Merkel’s plans

The sexual harassment incident in Cologne, Germany on New Year’s Eve resulted in massive shock in the European community. About 1,000 immigrants of Arab origins gathered to practice mass harassment, which has become widely commonplace in Arab and Islamic countries. They separated the women in circles, with a detailed plan to isolate them so they could harass …

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Young managers from Africa learn in Germany

The initiative Afrika Kommt! (Africa’s coming) was founded seven years ago to promote young African business leaders. One of the participants is Brenda Otieno from Kenya. She has big plans upon completing her program.

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Building quickly and cheaply, but with a concept: Making a home for refugees in Germany

The German Architecture Museum in Frankfurt is inspiring politicians with its exhibition on architecture for refugees. It’s been chosen to represent Germany at the Venice Biennale in 2016, and the world will be watching.
The German Architecture Museum in Frankfurt is inspiring politicians with its exhibition on architecture for refugees. It’s been chosen to represent Germany at the Venice Biennale in 2016, and the world will be watching.

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