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Friederike Seyfried, director of Antique Egyptian Department of the Neues Museum in Berlin, shows media a stain from liquid on the Sarcophagus of the prophet Ahmose on Wednesday. Markus Schreiber/AP hide caption

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European Coronavirus Infections Now Exceed U.S. Cases

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The House by the Lake: The True Story of a House, Its History, and the Four Families Who Made It Home, by Thomas Harding. Illustrated by Britta Teckentrup Candlewick Studio hide caption

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German motorcyclists demonstrate Sunday in Lower Saxony, Hanover, against proposals to restrict their rides. Peter Steffen/picture alliance via Getty Images hide caption

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In Quiet-Loving Germany, Motorcyclists Protest A Possible Ban On Loud Sunday Rides

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Even In Pandemic, German Consumers Reluctant To Abandon Using Cash

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Pandemic Or Not, Germans Still Prefer Cash

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EU Leaders Meet To Discuss Economic Impact Of COVID-19

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Poland's Nationalist President Wins Reelection By A Narrow Margin

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Lessons On Reopening Schools The U.S. Could Learn From Germany, Israel And Thailand

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Berlin is a tech hub, but 70 percent of the city's businesses have complained to the city's Chamber of Commerce and Industry about inadequate broadband. Rafael Dols/Getty Images hide caption

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Berlin Is A Tech Hub, So Why Are Germany's Internet Speeds So Slow?

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Germany Begins To Chart A Course For Life After Angela Merkel

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The Matthew Herbert Brexit Big Band, with the London Brexit Choir, performing at the Barbican Centre in 2017. Mark Allan/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Matthew Herbert Sets The EU To Music With His Brexit Big Band

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Leon Hakobian shows on his mobile phone a preliminary draft of a logo for a new Jewish grouping within Germany's far-right Alternative for Germany party, during the Jewish group's founding event on Oct. 7 in Wiesbaden, a city in Germany's western state of Hesse. Frank Rumpenhorst/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Meet The Jews Of The German Far Right

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Germany's Right-Wing AfD Is Accused Of Exploiting Jewish Members

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