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Yes, it's real.
The Federal Prosecutor General is investigating two German journalists suspected of treason for releasing confidential information online. Charges have been filed against the two reporters who run the blog, Netzpolitik.
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A Palestinian toddler was burned to death and four family members injured in a suspected arson attack by Jewish settlers in the West Bank.
An 18-month-old child has been killed in a house fire believed to have been set by Jewish extremists in the West Bank. The child's parents and brother were also injured in the fire.
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"What, you’re going to Iran? Are you crazy?"
Now that an agreement has been reached on Iran’s nuclear program, economic sanctions against the country should be lifted soon. This could give tourism a new boost. DW's Dan Hischfeld shares his experience in Tehran.
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Lol. This is typical reaction of brain washed by Western propaganda. The Tehran is one of the best and safest places in Middle East.
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The controversial trial of Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko has begun and threatens to damage already tense ties between Moscow and Kyiv. Regarded as a hero at home, she could face up to 25 years in jail if convicted.
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Serial killer and NeoNazi adept on the trial for double murder of the TV journalists must spend her live in prison.
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Investigators have been dispatched to Reunion island to find out if debris came from missing Malaysian Boeing 777. No verified trace of the plane has been found since it mysteriously disappeared last year.
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Beijing was chosen by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as the host of the 2022 Winter Olympics, becoming the first city to be awarded both summer and winter Games.
The host of the 2022 Winter Olympics has been decided and it is China's capital that has ended up winners, beating Almaty, Kazakhstan to host the Games.
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That's good news for Chinese. 
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Prime Minister David Cameron's office posted on its official Twitter channel that the meeting would be about how the government would "tackle" the problem.
British Prime Minister David Cameron is due to chair an emergency meeting on the situation in Calais, where thousands of people have tried to stowaway to the UK. Cameron has come under fire for calling them a "swarm."
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First stop - Berlin: After four years without a passport, the dissident artist is finally free to travel. 
Ai Weiwei is on his way to Germany. After four years without a passport, the dissident artist is free to travel. DW looks at what political restriction means for the artist and why his ties to Germany are so strong.
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The Turkish military says three soldiers have been killed by militants from the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) in an attack in the southeast. The deaths come as Ankara steps up its campaign against the rebels.
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That's what they get for attacking the PKK. 
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Omar, who became the head of the Taliban government when the militants took control of Kabul in 1996, remained a mysterious figure until his death.
Mullah Omar, the Taliban leader who fought a protracted war against both Soviet Union and NATO in Afghanistan, has died due to illness. With his death the militant group has lost its most charismatic and unifying figure.
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Education? Increased punishments? Or perhaps nothing can be done? Click to vote. 
The recent killing of 'Cecil the Lion' in Zimbabwe has put illegal hunting and poaching back in the headlines. What do you think can be done to stop the poaching of endangered animals like lions, rhinos and elephants?
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I liked the idea of dying ivory bright pink to stop poachers even wanting them. I think a similar idea could be used on Lions - dye them all leopard print. They'll be so tacky noone will want them!
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