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Reclaiming one’s German heritage

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On a personal level, I can now feel the profound healing of knowing and owning my identity, as well as not having any divisions of our homeland coming in between the sides of my family.

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Why international students love Germany

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What makes Germany the complete package when you want to study abroad?

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German elections: shadow-boxing in Sachsen

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It's no surprise that Dr. Frauke Petry will head the AfD's list of candidates for the German federal elections later this year, leaving her post as leader of the AfD in Sachsen. It may be of interest to know who is second on the list, and therefore a certainty for the Bundestag: Judge Jens Maier, charged with hate speech allegations. Photo: public domain

A story is brewing locally with possible national and international consequences.

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Holocaust memorial off-limits to AfD leader

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Björn Höcke at open house in Thüringer Landtag, 13 Juni 2015. By © Vincent Eisfeld / vincent-eisfeld.de, CC BY-SA 4.0, Wikimedia Commons.

Either he is a hypocrite who likes to make controversial statements for fun and not for action, or Höcke intended to carry out some form of twisted protest at the very site of historical horror and regret.

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German journalists on Trumpocalypse

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How did the German press immediately react to Trump’s win?

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The art of doing (almost) nothing at Eckernförde

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Mermaid of Eckernforde. Photo: Maximilian Georg

Eckernförde on the Baltic Sea was pleasantly idyllic, as much as an urban spot can be.

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