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German cinema, distribution orgs unite to call for July 1 reopening
Germany’s five cinema and distribution organizations formed a united front to call for a July 1 reopening date for the country’s beleaguered theaters.
More salt men may be discovered
German team to participate in new archeological excavations in Chehrabad Mine
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Nearly 100 German police injured in May Day rallies
At least 93 police officers were injured and 354 protesters were detained after traditional May Day rallies in Berlin turned violent, Berlin’s top security official said on Sunday.
Iranian ‘Domino’ wins at German Bremen festival
The Iranian film, ‘Domino,’ by Laleh Barzegar, won the Best Audience Award at the sixth edition of the Bremen Film Festival in Germany.
Merkel party braces for drubbing in German state polls
Germans headed to the polls in two key regional elections Sunday, with Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives bracing for a drubbing on anger over a corruption scandal and a series of pandemic setbacks.
German police seize $60 million of bitcoin! Now, where's the password?
German prosecutors have confiscated more than €50 million ($60 million) worth of bitcoin from a fraudster. There’s only one problem: They can’t unlock the money because he won’t give them the password.
German business mood darkens as virus lockdowns delay recovery
German companies’ optimism in an economic recovery is being tested as extended lockdowns at home and abroad curb activity.
Mourning swan holds up German trains
A swan mourning the death of its companion on a German railway track held up 23 trains for almost an hour and had to be removed by firefighters using special equipment, police said.
German pilot makes point with syringe in the sky
German pilot Samy Kramer has traced a giant syringe in the sky, flying 200 kilometers to remind people about the start of the COVID-19 vaccination campaign in Europe.
Message of acclaimed German filmmaker Werner Herzog to Cinéma Vérité: ‘I love Iran’
The German film director, screenwriter, author, actor, and opera director and a member of New German Cinema, Werner Herzog, in a message to the 14th Iran International Documentary Film Festival, known as Cinéma Vérité, said, “I love Iran.”
German Santas still race despite pandemic rules
A small group of hardy Germans sought to keep alive an annual tradition on Sunday despite coronavirus restrictions as they took part in a run dressed in Santa robes and hats.
German museum to restore Enigma machine found on seabed
German divers who fished an Enigma encryption machine out of the Baltic Sea have handed their rare find over to a museum for restoration.
German police clash with protesters angry at Merkel's coronavirus plans
German police unleashed water cannon on Wednesday in an effort to scatter thousands of protesters angry over plans to empower Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government to enforce restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

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