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Shelters for migrants are filling up across Germany as attitudes toward the newcomers harden

The Sun Chronicle 28 Sep 2023
Berlin's state government says it will open a hangar at the former Tempelhof airport to make space for migrants, put up a big tent at the asylum seekers' registration center, and open a former hardware store and hotels and hostels in the city to provide another 5,500 beds for ...
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Shelters for migrants fill up across Germany as attitudes toward them harden

The Los Angeles Times 28 Sep 2023
Berlin's state government says it will open a hangar at the former Tempelhof airport to make space for migrants, put up a big tent at the asylum seekers' registration center, and open a former hardware store and hotels and hostels in the city to provide another 5,500 beds for ...
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Germany signs 'historic' deal with Israel to buy missile defense system

Anadolu Agency 28 Sep 2023
Germany and Israel on Thursday signed an agreement for Berlin's purchase of the Arrow 3 missile defense system.  ... for the purchase in Berlin ... Berlin intends to pay for the purchase of the system with a "special fund" set up by the government for the German military.
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Germany bans far-right group that tried to indoctrinate children with Nazi ideology

Stars and Stripes 28 Sep 2023
BERLIN — The German government on Wednesday banned a far-right, racist group known for its indoctrination of children as police raided dozens of homes of its members and other buildings early in the morning ... Last week, the German government banned the neo-Nazi group Hammerskins Germany and raided homes of dozens of its members ... .
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West undermined Ukraine’s territorial integrity – Lavrov

Russia Today 28 Sep 2023
He suggested that this was the pattern first tried back in 2014-2015 when France and Germany brokered the Minsk 1 and Minsk 2 agreements, putting an end to the fighting between Ukrainian government forces and the self-proclaimed republics of Donbass.
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The EU is finally rebooting the enlargement machine

Economist 28 Sep 2023
Hungary and Poland have at times been run by governments accused of flouting core EU values concerning the rule of law ... Germany’s governing coalition agreement, signed in 2021, commits it to letting in the West Balkans ... Montenegro, once a front-runner for EU membership, has had a caretaker government for over a year.
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The EU is—at last—rebooting the enlargement machine

Economist 28 Sep 2023
Hungary and Poland have at times been run by governments accused of flouting core EU values concerning the rule of law ... Germany’s governing coalition agreement, signed in 2021, commits it to letting in the West Balkans ... Montenegro, once a front-runner for EU membership, has had a caretaker government for over a year.
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Christian Thielemann chosen to succeed Daniel Barenboim as music director of Berlin's Staatsoper

San Francisco Chronicle 27 Sep 2023
Berlin's city government says Christian Thielemann has been chosen as the new general music director of the city's Staatsoper, months after Daniel ...
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Germany ramps up border controls with Poland and Czech Republic to ‘limit human trafficking’

CNN 27 Sep 2023
Berlin argues it has made the largest contribution and blames Rome’s decision to withdraw from its obligations to take back asylum seekers rejected in other countries ... Many local governments and municipalities say they have been overwhelmed by the influx, forcing Berlin’s center-left coalition government to react.
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Germany grappling with massive internal migration after reunification

Anadolu Agency 27 Sep 2023
... reunification, a top government official said on Wednesday.  ... Every year this challenge gets worse,” Carsten Schneider, the government’s commissioner on East German affairs, told journalists in Berlin, as he presented the annual report on the state of unification.
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Christian Thielemann chosen to succeed Daniel Barenboim as music director of Berlin’s Staatsoper

The Seattle Times 27 Sep 2023
Berlin's city government says Christian Thielemann has been chosen as the new general music director of the city's Staatsoper, months after Daniel Barenboim ended his three-decade reign ... .
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Baloch Human Rights Council questions Canada for silence on killing of activist Karima Baloch

Beijing News 27 Sep 2023
Karima's death sparked protests across Europe and North America as the Baloch diaspora took to the streets in Toronto, Berlin and the Netherlands calling on the Canadian government to investigate ... "Our demand is why the Trudeau government was sleeping when Karima Baloch was killed and Karima Baloch did not get justice.
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Vejano Castle Opened Up For the First Time in 414 Years

Ancient Origins 27 Sep 2023
Vejano of the Renaissance. Viano Castle, Vejano, Italy ... Hans Neumann, President of Forte Cultura of Berlin ... the Lazio Regional Government, Fabio Stefoni, acting on behalf of the Culture Assessore of the Lazio Government, Simona Renata Baldassare, the Mayor of Vejano, Teresa Pasquali, The President of Forte Cultura of Berlin, Germany, Dr. Neumann ... .
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Macron and Meloni put their differences over migration aside as they attend Rome state funeral ...

The Daily Mail 26 Sep 2023
Meloni's right-wing government has clashed with both Paris and Berlin in recent months over migration, after a surge in arrivals on Italy's shores ... Meanwhile, political parties in the France's hung parliament are wrangling over a draft law governing new arrivals ... Rome's relations with Berlin are frostier.
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EU Ministers of General Affairs meet on 13 December 2022 in Brussels. The meeting is chaired by Mikuláš BEK, Minister for European Affairs of the Czech Republic. The Council agrees a general approach on the regulation on the transparency and targeting of political advertising; and continue preparations for the European Council meeting on 15 December 2022.
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