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The Bayonne case: On the media abuse of a homicide
The Bayonne case: On the media abuse of a homicide
If you believe media reports, mask opponents are said to have killed a bus driver in France. A questionable theory, as it turns out now.
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SRF wants to steal users from other news apps
SRF wants to steal users from other news apps
Swiss radio and television is expanding its range on the Internet. In the news area, users are to be lured away from other media offers, as an internal document shows.
Neue Zürcher Zeitung
Neue Zürcher Zeitung

Twenty-nine German police suspended for sharing pictures of Hitler
EUROPE  -  BERLIN
Twenty-nine German police suspended for sharing pictures of Hitler
Twenty-nine police officers have been suspended in Germany for sharing pictures of Adolf Hitler and doctored depictions of refugees in gas chambers on their mobile phones, officials in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) said on Wednesday.
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Frosch versus Good Soaps: Patent dispute over eco-cleaning agents
Frosch versus Good Soaps: Patent dispute over eco-cleaning agents
For the Swiss it's about survival, for the Germans it's about the future of their research. Everyone else can learn from the dispute over a cleaning agent patent how not to do it.
Neue Zürcher Zeitung
Neue Zürcher Zeitung

Man is a wolf to man - and the zoo breaks a spear for wolves in Switzerland
Man is a wolf to man - and the zoo breaks a spear for wolves in Switzerland
The fabulous creature has been observed in Zurich for forty years - in the zoo. This is now promoting the wild relatives in the country and their protection.
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Neue Zürcher Zeitung

Morges: Terrorist attack or act of a confused person?
MORGES  -  MORGES
Morges: Terrorist attack or act of a confused person?
On Saturday, a man known to the intelligence service stabbed a 29-year-old guest in a kebab bar. The new anti-terror law wants to be able to better monitor potential threats before an act.
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Neue Zürcher Zeitung

Libya-Italy: Haftar wants prisoners to be swapped
LIBYA  -  LIBYA
Libya-Italy: Haftar wants prisoners to be swapped
Eighteen Italian fishermen are being held in Libya. Allegedly, General Haftar wants to swap them for four Libyans who are behind bars in Italy for murder and human trafficking.
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Neue Zürcher Zeitung

Black Lives Matter: How Did the Movement Become Successful?
Black Lives Matter: How Did the Movement Become Successful?
The movement continues to gain influence, despite an ambivalent attitude towards violence and extremism. How do you do it?
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Russia: Relationship with Germany at rock bottom
Russia: Relationship with Germany at rock bottom
The poisoning of the Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny has brought bilateral relations to a rock bottom. The upset is denied, but the reality is different.
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Erstfeld has the bus stop “Mohrenkopf” renamed
Erstfeld has the bus stop “Mohrenkopf” renamed
The latest racism debate has also reached the Uri community of Erstfeld. The municipal council has submitted an application to the Federal Office of Transport (FOT) to rename the “Mohrenkopf” bus stop in the neighborhood of the same name. It should now be called "Oberdorf".
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Neue Zürcher Zeitung

Rainer Brüderle and the FDP: On the situation of German liberalism
Rainer Brüderle and the FDP: On the situation of German liberalism
The German FDP holds its party conference on Saturday. If there were now general elections, she would have to fear that she would remain in parliament. In 2013 she was eliminated once - with Brüderle as the top candidate. What happened then? And how does Brüderle see his party today? An encounter in Mainz.
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Neue Zürcher Zeitung

Lamine Diack: Former IAAF head found guilty of corruption and jailed
EUROPE  -  PARIS
Lamine Diack: Former IAAF head found guilty of corruption and jailed
Lamine Diack, the disgraced former head of athletics' world governing body, has been sentenced to four years in prison, two of them suspended, after being found guilty of corruption.
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