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A protester waves the European Union flag during the pro-Europe demonstration "One Europe for All: Your voice against nationalism," a week before Sunday's European elections in Berlin, on May 19. Omer Messinger/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Threat Of Nationalist Wins In EU Vote Tests Germany, A Country Built On Alliances

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The German headquarters of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei in Duesseldorf, Germany. The U.S. says it may stop sharing intelligence with Germany if it adopts Huawei's 5G technology. Wolfgang Rattay/Reuters hide caption

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Despite U.S. Pressure, Germany Refuses To Exclude Huawei's 5G Technology

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People relax on a bridge in Berlin. An estimated 10,000 Israelis have moved to the German capital in the past decade or so, leaving an imprint on the city of more than 3.5 million. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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Thousands Of Israelis Now Call Berlin Home And Make Their Cultural Mark

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A plump rat stuck in a manhole cover spurred volunteer firefighters and animal rescue workers to act in Bensheim, Germany, over the weekend. Berufstierrettung-Rhein-Neckar/AP hide caption

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Alice Dwyer plays the young Hanni Lévy in The Invisibles, which focuses on the lives of four German Jews who stayed in Germany during World War II and survived. Greenwich Entertainment hide caption

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'The Invisibles' Reveals How Some Jews Survived Nazi Germany By Hiding In Plain Sight

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Cars drive near Frankfurt Airport on Tuesday in Germany. Much of Germany's autobahn system has no speed limit, and a proposal to cap speeds at about 80 mph has sparked controversy. Silas Stein/picture alliance via Getty Image hide caption

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The "Big Maple Leaf" went on display at Berlin's Bode Museum in 2010. Thieves stole the gold coin with a face value of $1 million and weighing 220 pounds in a surprisingly analogue heist. Marcel Mettelsiefen/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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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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Paramedics and an emergency doctor bend over a man who had been run over by a car near the Museum Folkwang in North Rhine-Westphalia, Essen, on Tuesday. picture alliance/picture alliance via Getty Image hide caption

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