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  • Stephen Evans , BBC News

    To people outside Germany, a furore about a mere poem might be hard to understand. In Britain or the United States, poets opine and some of the people may listen - and then usually they move on. The chattering class might chatter a little louder, but the great sweep of... » read this article
  • Elizabeth Zimmermann , WSWS

    2 April 2012 On May 19, 2011, 39-year-old Christy Schwundeck was shot and killed by a female police officer in an employment centre in the Gallus city quarter of Frankfurt am Main. Christy Schwundeck came from Nigeria. She was the wife of Peter Schwundeck and mother of a 12-year-old daughter... » read this article
  • Kristen Allen , Der Spiegel

    Canada is under fire for exiting the Kyoto Protocol just one day after UN climate talks ended with an agreement to extend the treaty. Putting financial interests ahead of environmental commitments is an affront to global climate protection efforts, German papers write on Wednesday.   While it may not have... » read this article
  • Kiyul Chung , The 4th Media

    A German Submarine Defends Palestine On October 31, 2011, Palestine was accepted as full member by UNESCO, which became the first UN agency to recognize it as an independent country. Several other agencies are expected to take a similar decision in following month. The US entered UN Alley, by opposing... » read this article
  • Victor Grossman , Monthly Review

    "Ten murders traced to neo-Nazi terrorists!"  More and more ugly facts splashed through the German media, with echoes around the world. Politicians from the "respectable" parties expressed shock and surprise. In 2007 a German policewoman had been shot to death and her colleague badly wounded. The murder weapon was now... » read this article
  • Ulrich Rippert , World Socialist Web Site

    The elections to the Berlin House of Representatives (state legislature) on Sunday contain important political lessons for the working class worldwide. The elections were held in the midst of the greatest economic crisis since the 1930s. As was the case at the end of the Weimar Republic eighty years ago,... » read this article
  • Peter Schwarz , WSWS

    16 March 2011 The German government has responded to the nuclear disaster in Japan by doing a panicky about-face in its nuclear policy. The main concern of German Chancellor Angela Merkel is to drum up support for her ailing party in important state elections that will take place over the... » read this article
  • Victor Grossman , Monthly Review

    On December 5th one or two hundred people left a movie theater in Berlin, mostly silent and deeply moved though the film they had seen was first released in 1930. This American-made epic had lost none of its extremely emotional appeal. It was All Quiet on the Western Front and... » read this article
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