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German High Court Rules That Cities Can Ban Diesel Vehicles To Reduce Pollution

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A poster with billionaire George Soros is pictured in July in Székesfehérvár, Hungary. Attila Kisbenedek/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Hungary's Leader Proposes 'Stop Soros' Laws Against NGOs That Help Migrants

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At the Munich Security Conference in Munich on Sunday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu holds a part of a downed drone that he said came from an Iranian drone shot down over Israeli airspace earlier this month. Lennart Preiss/AP hide caption

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German Parties Reportedly Form Coalition Government

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Hungary Closes Borders To Most Asylum Seekers, Human Rights Advocates Say

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Caretaker Sylvana Tyralla conducts a memory exercise with AlexA nursing home residents in one of two former East German "remembrance rooms." Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson/NPR hide caption

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel shakes hands Friday with the leader of the Social Democratic Party, Martin Schulz. Merkel's conservatives reached a "breakthrough" deal with the Social Democrats toward building a new coalition government, sources close to the negotiations said. John MacDougall/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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German Leaders Agree On New Coalition Talks, But Hurdles Remain

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German Chancellor Merkel Strikes Deal For New Coalition Government

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Germany's Angela Merkel Tries For A 2nd Time To Form A Government

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Forming A Coalition Is Distracting Chancellor Merkel, Critics Say

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Austrian Muslims Say Religious Intolerance Is Growing

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