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  • Crystal Ng
  • 3 Months ago
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Talia Chetrit, a notable artist in the Armory Show 2018

Talia Chetrit is an inspirational contemporary art photographer from the United States. She was born in Washington D.C. in the year of 1982. She pursued her tertiary education in Fine Arts at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and was given the Fred J. Foster Fellowship Award. Following that, she received a Graduate […]
  • Crystal Ng
  • 4 Months ago
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Which will come first: 2020 or the end of the world?

In recent years, pollution has become an increasingly alarming problem, which can be traced back to the outrageously high levels of toxic nitrogen oxide in the air from our vehicles. For that reason, Germany has started to implement rules and regulations in hopes of reducing these pollutions. Attributable to Germany’s status as a renowned leading […]
  • Gray Phillips
  • 1 year ago
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Greece Agrees to Changes in Return for Bailouts

In an effort to finally pull Greece out of its financial slump, a deal made Tuesday requires the country to make domestic economic changes in return for much-needed bailout payments. Greece’s international creditors agree to financially help Greece on the condition that they raise taxes and lower social spending and pensions. The over €7 billion […]
  • Sharnita Sanders
  • 1 year ago
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Germany Bans Doll Over Suspicions of Espionage

Dolls have been used by children for centuries. They’re good companions and even pose as a good listener. However, this doll might be a little too good at listening. Good enough to ban her from Germany under suspicion of being a device of espionage. German regulators have found suspicion in the seemingly harmless doll called […]
  • Anahit Moumjian
  • 1 year ago
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Germany Repatriates Gold In Response To Populist Pressure

The German central bank completed the transfer of $13 billion in gold reserves on Thursday. Germany’s gold had remained in New York for decades, spanning back to the Cold War. The Bundesbank announced this transfer on Thursday was part of an effort to build public “trust and confidence”. Officials explained that the transfer of its gold […]
  • Will Innes
  • 3 Years ago
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Greece’s Crisis

The saga started when Greece’s economy could not make it through the financial crisis of 2008 without being bailed out by the IMF. The conditions of the bailout were extensive calling for reform in almost every economic sector. Without an ounce of leverage in the negotiations, nor a choice in the matter, Greece welcomed the […]
  • Leanne Coelho
  • 3 Years ago
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QR Code on Heinz Ketchup Bottle Led to Porn Site

The usual concerns that consumers have about Heinz Tomato Ketchup is mostly that is has too much sugar or should contain more natural flavors and fewer artificial ingredients. But amongst regular suggestions and complaints like that, a rather odd one managed to make news. A consumer apparently scanned the QR code at the back of […]
  • Jana Ruthberg
  • 4 Years ago
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Anti-Jewish Slogans Return to Germany as Mideast Protests Sweep Europe

As the conflict between Israel and Hamas continues to heighten, protests around the world, both pro-Israel and pro-Palestine, have stirred up a lot of controversy. One such anti-Israel, pro-Palestine protest in Germany has created sky-high tension for invoking a World War II, Holocaust-like atmosphere, and using old anti-Semitic slogans to express disapproval of Israeli tactics. […]
  • Cho KwanLi
  • 4 Years ago
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World Cup Champion Germany Welcomed Home Like Heros

World Cup-winning Germany landed home in Berlin Tuesday, July 15, and received a hero-like welcome by hundreds of thousands of soccer fans with the World Cup trophy in hand. Read also: Germany Is the New World Cup Champion According to the Guardian, the team arrived at Tegel airport and took an open-top bus, with years […]
  • Megan Harrison
  • 4 Years ago
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World Cup Ignites Facebook and Twitter Interactions

The Germany and Argentina fans weren’t the only ones that tuned in for the World Cup Final. In fact, the last match broke social media records and produced a larger trending reaction than ever before. The world was historically unified through media platforms that exploded with activity. According to BBC, Facebook’s figures for the final World […]
  • Scott Blickensderfer
  • 4 Years ago
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World Cup Final Scores High Ratings and Breaks Records in Social Media

The 2014 FIFA World Cup Final between Germany and Argentina measured the third-highest TV ratings for any World Cup game and was ranked second highest among non-U.S. games for the ESPN networks, according to Zap2it. ABC won the night in ratings as Germany won the championship, 1-0, on Sunday, July 13. Read also: Germany Is […]
  • Cho KwanLi
  • 4 Years ago
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Germany Is the New World Cup Champion

Four years after losing to Spain in the semi-finals and finishing third overall in the 2010 World Cup, Germany became the 2014 World Cup champions on Sunday, July 13. Germany has won four World Cup titles overall, and this is their first since 1990. Germany and Argentina were battling for the right to hoist the […]
  • Scott Blickensderfer
  • 4 Years ago
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FIFA’s Corporate Partners to Gain from Argentinean Win

With the United States and World Cup host Brazil out of the contest, FIFA’s big-spending corporate partners may be relieved by the outcome of the nail-biting semi-finals match between Argentina and the Netherlands on Wednesday, July 9. After remaining in a scoreless stalemate through 120 minutes of play, the match was settled in a penalty […]
  • Cho KwanLi
  • 4 Years ago
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Brazil’s Big Loss Led to Tim Cahill Trend on Twitter

When everyone was surprised at Brazil’s 7-1 loss to Germany in the semifinal World Cup game on Tuesday, July 8, Australian soccer player Tim Cahill was one of them as well. Cahill tweeted a picture of himself covering his mouth with his hand to express how shocked he was about the match. Wow wow wow […]
  • Ben Feinstein
  • 4 Years ago
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Germany Routes Brazil 7-1 in World Cup Semi-Final

It could have been one of the closest matches of the World Cup. It should have been one of the closest matches of the World Cup. But destiny has a funny way of playing things out. To the horror of an entire country, Brazil’s national team crumbled against their mighty German opponents. In under just […]
  • Ben Feinstein
  • 4 Years ago
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Germany Up in Arms Over New U.S. Spying Allegations

Though the investigation is still ongoing, German politicians already have begun to announce their outrage in the most recent U.S. spying allegations. Last Wednesday, July 2, a German man was arrested after it was believed that he had been cooperating with foreign-intelligence agencies. An employee of the German foreign-intelligence agency, or BND, came to the attention […]