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500 neo-Nazis, counter-protesters march in Berlin

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500 neo-Nazis, counter-protesters march in Berlin

- Neo Nazi Rally in Berlin (source: @Wirereporter on Twitter) Heavily-armed police separated 500 neo-Nazis from counter protesters in Berlin on Saturday as they held a march to mark the 30th anniversary of the death of leading Nazi Rudolf Hess. About 500 counter-demonstrators gathered nearby the parade in the Spandau district, separated from the neo-Nazis by hundreds of heavily armored police
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Dembele can join Barcelona for right price - Dortmund

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Dembele can join Barcelona for right price - Dortmund

- BERLIN: Borussia Dortmund will sell wantaway winger Ousmane Dembele to Barcelona if their price is met, the German club said Saturday. “We have a clear position and a clear idea (of the price). If this idea is met, then he will transfer this summer,” Dortmund director of sport Michael Zorc told Sky before their match at Wolfsburg on the first weekend of the new Bundesliga season
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Video ref gets thumbs up on Bundesliga debut

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Video ref gets thumbs up on Bundesliga debut

- BERLIN: The historic debut of the video assistant referee in Germany’s top flight got a thumbs up from the relieved match referee after it spotted a penalty in Bayern Munich’s open. ing win over Bayer Leverkusen. Bayern were 2-0 up at home in Friday’s first game of the new Bundesliga season when the VAR, which is being trialled for the first time in the German league this season, made its first intervention
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Izquierdistas impiden marcha neonazi en Berlín - Diario Co Latino

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Izquierdistas impiden marcha neonazi en Berlín - Diario Co Latino

- Izquierdistas impiden marcha neonazi en Berlín Berlín/dpa. Varios centenares de manifestantes de grupos de izquierda se congregaron en la capital alemana, Berlín, para protestar contra una marcha anunciada por neonazis en conmemoración de la muerte de Rudolf Hess, el lugarteniente de Adolf Hitler hasta su captura por parte de fuerzas británicas en 1941. Unos 500 ultraderechistas acudieron a la marcha cerca de la estación ferroviaria de Berlín-Spandau, en el oeste de la ciudad, en medio de una nutrida presencia de un millar de policías destacados para evitar choques entre ambas facciones
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Police separate neo-Nazis, opponents at Berlin protest

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Police separate neo-Nazis, opponents at Berlin protest

- Nazi sympathizers organize annual marches in honor of Rudolf Hess. . . Police separate neo-Nazis, opponents at Berlin protest Nazi sympathizers organize annual marches in honor of Rudolf Hess Police separate neo-Nazis, opponents at Berlin protest Nazi sympathizers organize annual marches in honor of Rudolf Hess Some 500 far-right extremists marched Saturday in Berlin in honor of the 30th anniversary of the death of top Nazi Rudolf Hess — and they were separated by hundreds of heavily armed police from an equal number of counter-demonstrators
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Hundreds of neo-Nazis march through Berlin in honour of Rudolf Hess

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Hundreds of neo-Nazis march through Berlin in honour of Rudolf Hess

- Marchers were met with counter-demonstrators in similar numbers, who gathered near the parade in the Spandau district with both groups separated by hundreds of heavily armoured police. Berlin police spokesman Carsten Mueller said authorities have imposed a number of restrictions on Saturday's march to ensure it passes peacefully. Police have told organisers they can march but are not allowed to glorify Hess, who died at Spandau prison
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Police separate neo-Nazis, opponents at Berlin protest

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Police separate neo-Nazis, opponents at Berlin protest

- Nazi sympathizers organize annual marches in honor of Rudolf Hess. . . Police separate neo-Nazis, opponents at Berlin protest Nazi sympathizers organize annual marches in honor of Rudolf Hess Police separate neo-Nazis, opponents at Berlin protest Nazi sympathizers organize annual marches in honor of Rudolf Hess Some 500 far-right extremists marched Saturday in Berlin in honor of the 30th anniversary of the death of top Nazi Rudolf Hess — and they were separated by hundreds of heavily armed police from an equal number of counter-demonstrators
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Police separate neo-Nazis, opponents at Berlin protest

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Police separate neo-Nazis, opponents at Berlin protest

- Nazi sympathizers organize annual marches in honor of Rudolf Hess. . . Police separate neo-Nazis, opponents at Berlin protest Nazi sympathizers organize annual marches in honor of Rudolf Hess Police separate neo-Nazis, opponents at Berlin protest Nazi sympathizers organize annual marches in honor of Rudolf Hess Some 500 far-right extremists marched Saturday in Berlin in honor of the 30th anniversary of the death of top Nazi Rudolf Hess — and they were separated by hundreds of heavily armed police from an equal number of counter-demonstrators
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Police separate neo-Nazis, opponents at Berlin protest

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Police separate neo-Nazis, opponents at Berlin protest

- Nazi sympathizers organize annual marches in honor of Rudolf Hess. . . Police separate neo-Nazis, opponents at Berlin protest Nazi sympathizers organize annual marches in honor of Rudolf Hess Police separate neo-Nazis, opponents at Berlin protest Nazi sympathizers organize annual marches in honor of Rudolf Hess Some 500 far-right extremists marched Saturday in Berlin in honor of the 30th anniversary of the death of top Nazi Rudolf Hess — and they were separated by hundreds of heavily armed police from an equal number of counter-demonstrators
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Police separate some 500 neo-Nazis, opponents at Berlin demo

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Police separate some 500 neo-Nazis, opponents at Berlin demo

- BERLIN — Some 500 far-right extremists began a march in Berlin on Saturday in honor of the 30th anniversary of the death of top Nazi Rudolf Hess. About 500 counter-demonstrators gathered nearby the parade in the Spandau district, separated by hundreds of heavily armored police. Berlin police spokesman Carsten Mueller told The Associated Press that authorities have imposed a number of restrictions on Saturday's march to ensure it passes peacefully
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German critic of Turkey's Erdogan arrested in Spain

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German critic of Turkey's Erdogan arrested in Spain

- BERLIN: German-Turkish author Dogan Akhanli was arrested in Spain on Saturday after Turkey issued an Interpol warrant for the writer, a critic of the government of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Der Spiegel magazine reported. The arrest of the German national was part of a "targeted hunt against critics of the Turkish government living abroad in Europe," Akhanli's lawyer Ilias Uyar told the magazine
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German critic of Turkey's Erdogan arrested in Spain

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German critic of Turkey's Erdogan arrested in Spain

- BERLIN (Reuters) - German-Turkish author Dogan Akhanli was arrested in Spain on Saturday after Turkey issued an Interpol warrant for the writer, a critic of the government of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Der Spiegel magazine reported. The arrest of the German national was part of a "targeted hunt against critics of the Turkish government living abroad in Europe," Akhanli's lawyer Ilias Uyar told the magazine
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Video referee landmark as Bayern claim opening win

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Video referee landmark as Bayern claim opening win

- Berlin, Germany | AFP | Robert Lewandowski converted a second-half penalty, awarded by a video assistant referee intervention, as champions Bayern Munich opened the 2017/18 Bundesliga season with a 3-1 win over Bayer Leverkusen on Friday. The video assistant referee is being trialled in the Bundesliga this season and came into play for the first time to spot that Lewandowski was fouled in the area in the second-half
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Officials doubt Air Berlin can continue in present form

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Officials doubt Air Berlin can continue in present form

- BERLIN (Reuters) - The prospects for maintaining insolvent airline Air Berlin or its existing route network as a coherent whole appeared to be receding after officials warned that the airline was not viable and that a straight takeover would raise competition concerns. A takeover of Air Berlin () as a whole to keep it operating would not be possible, German deputy economy minister Matthias Machnig said on Saturday, pouring cold water on one airline investor's approach
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Erdogan wades into German election, Berlin hits back

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Erdogan wades into German election, Berlin hits back

- Istanbul, Turkey | AFP | Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Friday urged ethnic Turks in Germany to reject its main parties in upcoming elections, prompting a sharp warning from Berlin to stop the “unprecedented” meddling. Erdogan called on ethnic Turks to ignore Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and their partners in the grand ruling coalition, the Social Democratic Party (SPD)
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Bayern langkah kanan ketika Bundesliga mula guna VAR

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Bayern langkah kanan ketika Bundesliga mula guna VAR

- BERLIN: Robert Lewandowski menyempurnakan penalti pada babak kedua yang dianugerahkan selepas campur tangan video bantuan pengadil (VAR) ketika penyandang juara, Bayern Munich membuka kempen Bundesliga 2017/18 dengan kemenangan 3-1 ke atas Bayer Leverkusen. VAR sedang diuji di Bundesliga musim ini dan digunakan buat pertama kali bagi mengesan kekasaran yang berlaku terhadap Lewandowski di kawasan penalti pada babak kedua. Penyerang Poland itu tidak mensia-siakan penalti berkenaan untuk meletakkan Bayern 3-0 selepas pertahanan yang baharu dibeli, Niklas Suele dan pemain tengah Perancis, Corentin Tolisso meledak menerusi tandukan pada babak pertama
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  • 500 neo-Nazis, counter-protesters march in Berlin
    500 neo-Nazis, counter-protesters march in Berlin

    , maltatoday.com.mt

    Neo Nazi Rally in Berlin (source: @Wirereporter on Twitter) Heavily-armed police separated 500 neo-Nazis from counter protesters in Berlin on Saturday as they held a march to mark the 30th anniversary of the death of leading Nazi Rudolf Hess. About 500 counter-demonstrators gathered nearby the parade in the Spandau district, separated from the neo-Nazis by hundreds of heavily armored police
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  • Erdogan wades into German election, Berlin hits back
    Erdogan wades into German election, Berlin hits back

    , independent.co.ug

    Istanbul, Turkey | AFP | Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Friday urged ethnic Turks in Germany to reject its main parties in upcoming elections, prompting a sharp warning from Berlin to stop the “unprecedented” meddling. Erdogan called on ethnic Turks to ignore Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and their partners in the grand ruling coalition, the Social Democratic Party (SPD)
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  • Chainsaw-Wielding Man in Switzerland Attacks Employees at Health Insurance Office
    Chainsaw-Wielding Man in Switzerland Attacks Employees at Health Insurance Office

    , time.com

    (BERLIN) — Police say the suspect in the chainsaw attack at a health insurance company's office in the Swiss city of Schaffhausen has been arrested. Police in Zurich canton (state), which neighbors Schaffhausen, said on Twitter Tuesday that the man was arrested in the town of Thalwil. They gave no further details and said police in Schaffhausen would hold a news conference on Wednesday morning
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  • Spiderman hacker faces further charges in UK after German conviction
    Spiderman hacker faces further charges in UK after German conviction

    , channelnewsasia.com

    COLOGNE, Germany: A British hacker-for-hire was given a suspended sentence by a German court on Friday after confessing to a cyber attack that knocked out the internet for around 1 million Deutsche Telekom customers. The 29-year old hacker, who used the online alias "Spiderman", among other names, also faces criminal charges in Britain, where authorities have requested his extradition. The attack caused internet outages for about 4
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Health

  • Mum told she 'doesn't have enough cancer for NHS' spends £70k every three weeks on flying to Germany to battle disease
    Mum told she 'doesn't have enough cancer for NHS' spends £70k every three weeks on flying to Germany to battle disease

    , mirror.co.uk

    A cancer patient says she was told she "doesn't have enough cancer" for NHS trial treatment, forcing her to spend up to £70,000 every three weeks for care in Germany. Louise Gleadell, 38, was left devastated when she was diagnosed with cervical cancer and later told that the disease had spread and was incurable. The desperate mum-of-three looked for alternatives and tried to participate in an immunotherapy trial through the NHS in a bid to prolong her life
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Society & Culture

  • Germany: One killed, another injured in stabbing; attacker still on the run
    Germany: One killed, another injured in stabbing; attacker still on the run

    , dnaindia.com

    The attacks come after one was killed in Finland on Friday, and a day after the terror attacks in Barcelona One man was killed and another injured in a stabbing in the western German city of Wuppertal, police said today, adding that the attacker was still on the loose. "We can confirm there has been a deadly crime. One man has died and another man is in hospital," a police spokeswoman told AFP
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  • At 15, she joined ISIS after converting to Islam. Now this German teen wants to go home.
    At 15, she joined ISIS after converting to Islam. Now this German teen wants to go home.

    , washingtonpost.com

    When 15-year-old Lisa W. started to wear long-sleeved clothes early last year, it quickly struck her classmates and teachers in the sleepy eastern German town of Pulsnitz as odd. Her conversion to Islam was noticed almost immediately in a part of Germany where only 0.5 percent of the population is Muslim and where the backlash against Chancellor Angela Merkel's pro-refugee policy had been stronger than almost anywhere else in the country
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Entertainment & Arts

  • In Berlin, Singing Karaoke at the Site of a Former ‘Death Strip’
    In Berlin, Singing Karaoke at the Site of a Former ‘Death Strip’

    , nytimes.com

    On Sundays, from April through October, some 50 steel-nerved singers volunteer to be thrown into the pit to unleash their inner rock star in a gladiatorial atmosphere that is as unpredictable as the city that surrounds it. The free, word-of-mouth event has become so popular that the city recently began expanding the property at Mauerpark, or Wall Park, in part to buffer nearby residents from the noisy spectators
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Travel & Recreation

  • Gourmet kebab restaurant to open in Manchester - with a Berlin-style basement dive bar beneath it
    Gourmet kebab restaurant to open in Manchester - with a Berlin-style basement dive bar beneath it

    , manchestereveningnews.co.uk

    The owners of Northern Quarter bar and brunch spot the Pen and Pencil have revealed plans to open a gourmet kebab restaurant - with a Berlin-style basement dive bar beneath it. Bab will specialise in skewers of grilled meat cooked in an open chargrill kitchen with not a greasy doner in sight, Dan Pollard and Kevin Connor say. Based at 14 Little Lever Street, just off Stevenson Square, the ‘grown up’ 55-cover restaurant will serve dishes including lamb adana with feta and pistachio labneh; herb-marinated hanger steak with cumin cauliflower puree and molasses chilli sauce; and homemade paneer with roast carrot puree, pickled currants and crispy shallots
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  • 20 Tons Of Nutella Stolen From Truck In Germany
    20 Tons Of Nutella Stolen From Truck In Germany

    , cbslocal.com

    CBS Local — Police in Germany are on the lookout for a thief with a massive sweet tooth. According to reports, over 20 tons of Nutella and chocolate eggs were stolen from a refrigerated trailer in the town of Neustadt. The sugary heist reportedly took place some time between Aug. 12 and 13 and the thief — or thieves — would have needed their own truck to carry away that much chocolate, authorities say
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Life & Style

  • Gourmet kebab restaurant to open in Manchester - with a Berlin-style basement dive bar beneath it
    Gourmet kebab restaurant to open in Manchester - with a Berlin-style basement dive bar beneath it

    , manchestereveningnews.co.uk

    The owners of Northern Quarter bar and brunch spot the Pen and Pencil have revealed plans to open a gourmet kebab restaurant - with a Berlin-style basement dive bar beneath it. Bab will specialise in skewers of grilled meat cooked in an open chargrill kitchen with not a greasy doner in sight, Dan Pollard and Kevin Connor say. Based at 14 Little Lever Street, just off Stevenson Square, the ‘grown up’ 55-cover restaurant will serve dishes including lamb adana with feta and pistachio labneh; herb-marinated hanger steak with cumin cauliflower puree and molasses chilli sauce; and homemade paneer with roast carrot puree, pickled currants and crispy shallots
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Motoring

  • VW calls crisis meeting to discuss EU cartel probe - source
    VW calls crisis meeting to discuss EU cartel probe - source

    , channelnewsasia.com

    BERLIN/FRANKFURT: Volkswagen will hold a special supervisory board meeting on Wednesday to discuss allegations that German carmakers operated a wide-ranging cartel, a source familiar with the matter said on Monday. The European Commission said on Saturday that antitrust regulators were investigating a possible German auto industry cartel following a tip-off. At stake is whether carmakers VW, Audi, Porsche, Mercedes and BMW used German auto industry committees to discuss pricing of components and technologies, and whether such talks constituted anti-competitive behaviour
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  • German publisher complains to EU court over Turkey detention of journalist
    German publisher complains to EU court over Turkey detention of journalist

    , channelnewsasia.com

    BERLIN: The publisher of Germany's Die Welt and Welt am Sonntag newspapers has filed a formal complaint at the European Court of Justice about Turkey's detention of German-Turkish journalist Deniz Yucel since February, the newspaper reported on Saturday. Turkish authorities arrested Yucel in February on charges of propaganda in support of a terrorist organisation and inciting public violence, amid a large-scale crackdown on alleged supporters of a failed military coup in Turkey a year ago
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