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Italian prosecutors told a press conference that Silvio Berlusconi engaged in an orchestrated attempt to pervert the course of justice.
Former Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi could go back to court over the "bunga bunga" scandal. The 78-year old billionaire had paid some 10 million euros to silence witnesses during the trial, prosecutors have alleged.
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A task force set up after March's Germanwings crash is recommending more pilot checks, better psychiatric care and improved communication.
A task force set up after March's Germanwings crash is recommending more pilot checks, better psychiatric care and improved communication. Meanwhile, victims' lawyers say that Lufthansa has offered further compensation.
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Christopher Pissarides tells DW why he is deeply disappointed with the Greek government’s mismanagement of the debt crisis - and also explains what Germany could have done better.
Nobel prize winning economist Christopher Pissarides tells DW why he is deeply disappointed with the Greek government’s mismanagement of the debt crisis. He also explains what Germany could have done better.
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The outcome will be NO. 
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Impressive.
Syria's state broadcaster paints a very rosy picture of day-to-day life in the country - and seems to have even deceived itself with it. How else to explain its staggeringly ill-conceived #SummerInSyria campaign?
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Sick Zombie Assad .
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According to the Dublin Regulation, a migrant's application has to be processed in the EU country where the person first arrived. Is it fair?
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EU is the country .
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A response to Paris attacks?
The French parliament has passed a law which will provide state intelligence services with more freedom to eavesdrop. The controversial measure aims to target suspected terrorists.
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question is, what country still respects its citizens nowadays except in election campaign slogans? And refuses to make those same citizens feel insecure (= do the terrorists dirty work for them)?
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European institutions are calling on the Greek people to go against their government and vote Yes in the July 5 referendum. Andrea Rönsberg reports from the increasingly frantic corridors of EU power in Brussels.
European institutions are calling on the Greek people to go against their government and vote Yes in the July 5 referendum. Andrea Rönsberg reports from the increasingly frantic corridors of EU power in Brussels.
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Europe is facing a "new dimension" of terror stemming from the "Islamic State"' footholds in Syria and Iraq, according to Germany's domestic intelligence agency. Its also pointed to far-right wing violence in Germany.
Europe is facing a "new dimension" of terror stemming from the "Islamic State"' footholds in Syria and Iraq, according to Germany's domestic intelligence agency. Its also pointed to far-right wing violence in Germany.
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Thousands of people have gathered at Frankfurt's St. Paul's church and the town hall to catch a glimpse of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen waved back at her fans and is traveling back to Berlin.
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"I shall visit St. Paul's Church, where the first freely elected legislature in Germany met in 1848."
Queen Elizabeth II has arrived in Frankfurt on the second official day of her state visit to Germany. She will attend a church credited as a birthplace of democracy in Germany then return to Berlin this evening.
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At least twelve people were killed and another 70 wounded.
"Islamic State" fighters are assaulting Kurdish forces holding the Syrian city of Kobani, a monitoring group has said. The Islamist militia reportedly launched the attack with a suicide bombing near the Turkish border.
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Flanked by two heavily armed guards, Roof made his first court appearance via video link from a Charleston detention center.
Family members of the nine victims shot dead at a historic black South Carolina church in the US have "forgiven" the only suspect, Dylann Roof. The shooting is being investigated as "an act of domestic terrorism."
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Denle la pena de muerte, estos dementes si tienen la oportunidad de ser libres van ha seguir matando gente...Además deben juzgarlo también por femicidio.
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