95-Year-Old Ex-Nazi Guard Deported To Germany

Jakiw Palij is a 95-year-old man, a US citizen, and a former Nazi camp guard. The US deported the ex-Nazi to Germany early Tuesday morning. Palij has been living under the radar in Queens, New York City since the 1950’s and a judge stripped him of his citizenship back in 2003. Palij was scheduled to […]
  • Peter Boyer
  • August 22, 2018
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BMW Signs Contract With Chinese Battery Manufacturer

BMW announced that the all-electric iX3 SUV will be manufactured in China and exported to outside markets. The German automaker also confirmed a new battery contract for all of their new electric cars. The contract is bigger than this firm expected. Chairmen of the Board of Management of the BMW AG, Harald Krüger, issued the […]
  • Peter Boyer
  • July 11, 2018
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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
  • March 14, 2018
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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 […]
  • Crystal Ng
  • March 4, 2018
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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 […]
  • Gray Phillips
  • May 3, 2017
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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 […]
  • Sharnita Sanders
  • February 19, 2017
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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 […]
  • Anahit Moumjian
  • February 13, 2017
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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 […]
  • Will Innes
  • June 30, 2015
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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 […]
  • Leanne Coelho
  • June 23, 2015
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