Adolf Hitler (right) with his foreign minister, Joachim von Ribbentrop, in 1941. A new study states that Germany's foreign ministry staff cooperated in the Holocaust much more than has previously been acknowledged. Von Ribbentrop was hanged for war crimes after the Nuremberg trials. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Probe Details Culpability Of Nazi-Era Diplomats

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks at a meeting of the youth organization of her Christian Democratic Party in Potsdam, Germany, on Saturday. Merkel's declaration that Germany's attempts to build a multicultural society has failed is feeding a growing debate over how to deal with the millions of foreigners who call Germany home. Clemens Bilan/AP hide caption

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In Germany, Voices Against Immigration Grow Louder

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A man reads the Quran inside a mosque in Hamburg, northern Germany, Oct. 7. The recent U.S. terrorism alert for Europe has focused attention on Islamist militants originating in northern Germany. Frank Augstein/AP hide caption

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Some Muslims, Officials See Terror Alert As Alarmist

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State Department Issues Travel Alert To Europe

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Reports: European Officials Disrupt Terrorist Plot

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Will Scotch Whisky Revive Britain's Tanked Economy?

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Brits Urged To Take Vacations At Home

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Report Cites Cover-Up In 1972 N. Ireland Bombing

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Tourists Seek Real Berlin On Bridge, Find Controversy

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Growing Exports Lead Germany's Economic Recovery

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Massive Bridge Project Divides German Winemakers

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As Germany's Economy Rebounds, Anxiety Prevails

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Fiscal Localism On Rise In Germany

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Protesters in Berlin demonstrate last month against federal government budget cuts. Here, a participant's sign criticizes the government for being disconnected from reality and power-hungry. German discontent is growing over the country's leadership -- and paymaster -- role in the European Union. Berthold Stadler/AP hide caption

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From Stalwart To Skeptic, Germany Rethinks EU Role

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Beirut-born Ibrahim Bassal poses Tuesday near the four-story-deep German flag he has hung above his electronics shop in Berlin to show support for the German national soccer team, which plays in the World Cup quarterfinals Saturday. Displays of nationalism such as flag-waving and anthem-singing have renewed debate in Germany over the country's history of extreme patriotism. Jens Meyer/AP hide caption

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A Flag Isn't Just A Flag In Soccer-Crazed Germany

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