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article 18 December 2014 World, Germany
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German 'anti-Islam' protests: nine things you need to know

Nearly 15,000 people attend Dresden's latest march against "Islamisation of the west" - is the movement driven by the middle classes, as claimed - or are there more sinister forces at work?

article 16 December 2014 World, Germany
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Nearly 15,000 Germans in 'anti-Islamisation' march

Non-radical, middle-class Germans are in the majority as thousands of people take part in a march in Dresden against "Islamisation of the west".

video 12 December 2014 World, Germany

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Neo-Nazis suspected in German asylum seeker arson attack

Security at asylum sites in Germany are being stepped up after suspected Neo-Nazi fires break out at three empty buildings used to house asylum seekers.

article 11 December 2014 Technology, Germany
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Google News to close down in Spain

Google has said it will shut down Google News in Spain, before a new ruling comes into effect meaning it would have to pay publishers if it displayed their content on its site.

article 10 December 2014 UK, Vietnam
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Uber ban spreads as backlash against taxi app grows

Three more countries have issued bans on the taxi booking app Uber over criticism of its vetting processes and business practices, leaving the American firm fighting a battle on many fronts.

post 09 December 2014
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog The Greek endgame begins

The Greek crisis, grinding away at the periphery of Europe, has thrust itself back into the limelight.

video 24 November 2014 World, China

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Iran nuclear deal: US dithering 'is a huge worry' - video

Dr Hossein Mousavian, a former Iranian negotiator on its nuclear programme, says Iran has one "ultimate decision maker" but President Barack Obama could face a meddlesome challenge from congress.

article 20 November 2014 UK, Germany
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Geoff White by Spy cable revealed: how telecoms firm worked with GCHQ

One of the UK's largest communications firms had a leading role in creating the surveillance system exposed by Edward Snowden, it can be revealed.

article 15 November 2014 World, Australia
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Snubs and summits: a brief history of the 'brush-past'

Geopolitical summits like the G20 are saturated in symbolism and double-meanings - so even if you're officially shunned, you can always meet away from prying eyes.

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