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Current Events: Germany's Schaeuble advocates leap in euro integration

ABU DHABI, Oct 16 (Reuters) - German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has called ahead of an EU summit for a great leap forward in European integration, urging the creation of a new commissioner with power over budgets and reform of European...
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Court: Woman can wear headscarf at work - The Local

Court: Woman can wear headscarf at work - The Local | Curent events in Germany | Scoop.it
Extreme athlete Felix Baumgartner not only broke three world records on Sunday when he skydived from the edge of space to earth – he also helped German news broadcaster n-tv to rack up its best ever viewing numbers.
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EU braces for German-French clash on banks - The Local

EU braces for German-French clash on banks - The Local | Curent events in Germany | Scoop.it
Extreme athlete Felix Baumgartner not only broke three world records on Sunday when he skydived from the edge of space to earth – he also helped German news broadcaster n-tv to rack up its best ever viewing numbers.
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What's on in Germany: October 18 - 24 - The Local

What's on in Germany: October 18 - 24 - The Local | Curent events in Germany | Scoop.it
OPINION » · German museums should copy their British counterparts and open their collections to the people for free, says Matthias Thibaut, the Tagesspiegel newspaper's London correspondent. Photo: DPA · NATIONAL » ...
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More German men getting plastic surgery - The Local

More German men getting plastic surgery - The Local | Curent events in Germany | Scoop.it
OPINION » · German museums should copy their British counterparts and open their collections to the people for free, says Matthias Thibaut, the Tagesspiegel newspaper's London correspondent. Photo: DPA · NATIONAL » ...
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