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Germans Are Drinking Less Beer These Days, But Why?

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Dresden Marks WWII Bombing 68 Years Ago

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Troop Deployment No Long Sparks Mass Protests In Germany

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Berlin's Prenzlauer Berg neighborhood, like many others across the city, is experiencing a real estate boom. Housing prices have risen by as much as 20 percent in the past year in some German cities. Adam Berry/Getty Images hide caption

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Germany's Housing Market Is Hot. Is It Overheating?

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Egypt Referendum Marred By Irregularities

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Women wait in line outside a polling station to vote on a disputed constitution drafted by Islamist supporters of President Mohammed Morsi in Cairo on Saturday. Amr Nabil/AP hide caption

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Egyptians Hurry To Vote On Draft Constitution

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Under Fire, Egypt's Morsi To Meet With Judges

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Egyptians Debate What New Decrees Will Mean

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel (right) has given guarded support to Education Minister Annette Schavan, who is facing calls to resign over allegations of plagiarism. Thomas Peter/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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A Wave Of Plagiarism Cases Strikes German Politics

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Berlin Calls On Volunteer Hunters To Cull Wild Boars

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NATO Suspends Operations With Afghan Soldiers

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Deadly Incidents Take A Toll In Afghanistan

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U.S. Hands Over Control Of Bagram Prison To Kabul

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Afghan Attacks Continue Against Coalition Allies

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A sign on undeveloped land welcomes visitors to "New Toshka City." Toshka was to be a new settlement along the Upper Nile Valley, complete with enough jobs and infrastructure to support the relocation of 20 million Egyptians from polluted and over-crowded cities. Holly Pickett/Redux hide caption

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Mubarak's Dream Remains Just That In Egypt's Desert

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