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Germany′s 16 states: Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania | DW Travel | DW

10 reasons to love Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania Never-ending Promenades The bathing resort of Ahlbeck is one of three “imperial spas” on the island of Usedom, where German Emperor Wilhelm II was already known to seek relaxation in a beach chair. Past the historic Seebrücke pier Europe’s longest sea promenade leads 12 kilometers (7.8 miles) to Heringsdorf, Bansin and even across the border to the sea resort of Świnoujście (Swinemünde) in Poland. 10 reasons to love Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania Historical setting On Usedom, the village of Peenemünde came to prominence during the Second World War, as the place

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DER SPIEGEL – App Update

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Israeli con artist wanted in Germany arrested in the Philippines | News | DW

An Israeli man wanted in Germany was able to avoid detection in the Philippines for over a year before being arrested by the Bureau of Immigration in Manila, the agency said on Tuesday. Kfir L., 43, has been charged by authorities in Bavaria of allegedly swindling more than €6.3 million ($7.3 million) from some 200 unsuspecting victims. He was reportedly a member of a larger criminal syndicate that operated a dubious online trading platform that used email and telephone calls to persuade people to invest huge sums of money in fake portfolios, promising huge rewards. His

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Christian Lindner: The FDP′s clever tactician | Germany | News and in-depth reporting from Berlin and beyond | DW

Christian Lindner, the head of Germany’s neoliberal Free Democrats (FDP), has been described as a speed junkie. Certainly, he seems like a man in a hurry in his quest for power. That much was abundantly clear when thethree parties currently aiming to form Germany’s first post-Merkel government— Social Democrats (SPD), Greens, and Lindner’s “liberals” — emerged from explanatory talks and Lindner showed off his talent for sound-bite hyperbole, talking of a “watershed” and a “fresh start” for Germany. Indeed, the negotiating teams have set the ambitious target of forming a new government under the leadership

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