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Report from Germany: Refugees Welcome Sometimes

Many of the refugees will stay and contribute to society in their new home.

(OLDENBURG, Germany) - immigration Posted on streetlamps all over Germany are stickers showing fleeing silhouettes with the caption, “Refugees welcome – bring your families”.
Some have been blacked out with felt markers or ripped partially away.

The Germans have mixed feelings about refugees.

Read Full Article (May-15-2018 16:00)

Germany`s New Right Wing

The clash of cultures has created some problems.

(OLDENBURG, Germany) - Germany Since parliamentary democracy was restored in Germany after World War Two, several right-wing parties have sought to get the required 5% of the popular vote to be represented in parliament.

They all failed until 2017. In that election a new right-wing party, Alternatives for Deutschland (AfD), won 13% of the vote, making them the third most powerful party, ahead of the Greens, the Lefts, and the Liberals.

Read Full Article (Jul-04-2014 12:56)

Germany Into World Cup Semi-Finals

Hummels heads Germany past France.

(RIO De JANEIRO, Brazil) - Germany France World Cup Mats Hummels headed Germany past France at the Maracana and into a FIFA World Cup semi-final at the Mineirao.

The 25-year-old centre-back scored the only goal in the 13th minute, and Joachim Low’s side will now head to Belo Horizonte to face the Brazil-Colombia winners.

Read Full Article (Jun-30-2014 18:39)

Germany to Face France in World Cup QF

The Germans started as overwhelming favorites, but it was Algeria who bossed the opening exchanges.

(RIO de JANEIRO, Brazil) - Germany World Cup Extra-time goals from Andre Schurrle and Mesut Ozil proved enough to edge Germany past Algeria and into a FIFA World Cup quarter-final against France.

After the first 90 minutes ended goalless, Schurrle’s sublime flick broke the deadlock and Ozil doubled the European giants’ lead, with Abdelmoumene Djabou’s 11th-hour goal proving too little, too late for the spirited north Africans.

Read Full Article (Jun-26-2014 11:32)

Even With Defeat to Germany, USA Advances

USA finish second in the group and will now meet the winner of Group H, likely to be Belgium.

(RECIFE, Brazil) - USA Germany World Cup Germany beat USA 1-0 on a rain-soaked day in Recife, a result that takes both sides through from a highly competitive Group G at the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil.

A 2-1 win for Portugal over Ghana in the section’s other game was enough to push both the Americans and Germans through on four and seven points respectively.

Read Full Article (Jun-22-2014 08:29)

Former Pilots Star Ryan Nicholas Signs With German Club

As a senior this past season Nicholas earned All-WCC honorable mention honors for the second straight season.

(PORTLAND, Ore. ) - Ryan Nicholas University of Portland graduate Ryan Nicholas has signed a professional contract with German club Mitteldeutscher BC Weissenfels of the Basketball Bundesliga (BBL), the top division in Germany.

Nicholas, a three-year starter with the Pilots, concluded his career ranked No. 5 in Portland history in both rebounds (833) and double-doubles (24) and also was No. 12 in career scoring (1,238).

Read Full Article (Jun-21-2014 16:09)

Germany, Ghana Thriller Ends in 2-2 Tie

Germany close out their section campaign against USA on the northern coast in Recife on June 26.

() - Germany and Ghana World Cup Germany and Ghana were forced to settle for a share of the points after their back-and-forth thriller in Fortaleza finished 2-2.

All the goals came in the second-half of the Group G contest as strikers Miroslav Klose and Asamoah Gyan both equaled FIFA World Cup scoring records.

Read Full Article (Jun-16-2014 12:30)

Germany Makes a Statement With Rout of Portugal

The Germans, for their part, were in supreme form, scoring almost at will and getting the tournament’s first hat-trick through Thomas Muller.

(RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil) - Germany sent a message to the rest of the competitors here in Brazil with a 4-0 demolition of Portugal.

The Lusitanians got no joy out of superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, suffered two injuries to key players, and Pepe saw red just before half-time.

Read Full Article (Mar-11-2014 12:24)

A Glimpse of Jewish Warsaw

A new exhibition, “Miasto i oczy” (“The City and the Eyes”), dedicated to Kipnis’s photographic legacy, has opened at the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw.

(WARSAW) - Warsaw Ghetto Menachem Kipnis is known to Jewish history as a cultural figure who worked across several fields. Born in Uzhmir, Ukraine in 1878, Kipnis distinguished himself as a singer, ethnomusicologist and journalist.

As a singer he was the first Jewish tenor in the Warsaw Opera (1902-1918) and along with his wife, Zimra Zeligfield, he was among the most important early singers of Yiddish folksongs.

Read Full Article (Feb-25-2014 19:56)

The White Rose Lives! (in Oak Ridge, Tennessee): February 18, 1943 and February 18, 2014

The Nazis thought that the influence of the White Rose ended with their arrest, trial and immediate beheadings.

(DULUTH, MN) - Hans Scholl (left), Sophie Scholl and Christoph Probst, leaders of the White Rose resistance organization. Munich 1942 (USHMM Photo) 71 years ago last week, three idealist anti-fascist whistleblowing students at the University of Munich were arrested and imprisoned by the Gestapo.

Their crime? Protesting their war-mongering German government by the publication and distribution of a series of anti-Hitler leaflets in Munich and other German cities...

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