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Global Protests Erupt in Solidarity With Racial Justice Defenders in US
"Police brutality has created a flashpoint for unrest that was already simmering," read an editorial published Monday in The Times of London.
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There are constant reminders in Berlin of Germany's violent history, like the white crosses honoring East Berliners shot while trying to escape or the big sign at Checkpoint Charlie announcing, "You are leaving the American sector" in four languages. (Photo: Michael Winship/CD) Views
Doubt It Can Happen Here? Tell It to Berlin
A note to those who think it unfair to compare the Trump White House and the GOP to what happened in Germany 85 years ago.
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Protesters participate in the Unteilbar ('indivisible') march against racism, exclusion and exploitation and for an open society on October 13, 2018 in Berlin, Germany. News
"UnTrump the World": Hundreds of Thousands March in Berlin Against the Far Right
We are #unteilbar we are many and change is coming
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East German border guards look through a hole in the Berlin wall after demonstrators pulled down one segment of the wall at Brandenburg gate on November 11th, 1989.(Photo: AP/Lionel Cironneau) Views
In Germany and America, Invisible Walls
Donald Trump would build a wall to squelch immigration but Berlin is a city that knows the horror of what such a barrier's really like
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Hundreds Launch 'Civil March for Aleppo' to Demand Help for Refugees
The march, which will go from Berlin to Aleppo following a reverse 'refugee route,' aims to build political pressure to end fighting
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Hundreds of Thousands March in Berlin Against TTIP Trade Deal
TTIP, activists fear, would erode labor and environmental standards.
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'Freedom Not Fear': Berlin Rallies Against 'Shameless' NSA Spying
Protesters slam NSA, Merkel for complicity and inaction
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