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Arson Attack on German Newspaper

German Newspaper Printing Charlie Hebdo Cartoons Target of Arson Attack

Two suspects were arrested after an incendiary device was lobbed at the building of newspaper Hamburger Morgenpost, German police said on Sunday.

Angela Merkel

Merkel Urges Tolerance As Poll Shows More Germans Fear Islam

German Chancellor Angela Merkel appealed for religious tolerance on Thursday as results of a survey showed more Germans viewed Islam as a threat.

PEGIDA

PEGIDA Gets Thousands To Join Protests Agains Immigration In Germany

A new grass-roots movement that assails the German government for ignoring its fears of being overrun by Muslims and other immigrants attracted a record 15,000 marchers on Monday in the eastern city of Dresden.

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Microsoft Acquires HockeyApp and Its Developer Tools

Microsoft plans to take advantage of HockeyApp’s technology and integrate it into their devices.

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel Pitches In On Net Neutrality Debate, Promotes Fast Lanes

Outside of the U.S. all has been quiet surrounding net neutrality, but now German Chancellor Angela Merkel has given her views on the situation.

european-union-google

Europe Looks into Splitting Google's Business

Google is once again under fire by the European Parliament, with growing resentment in the EU for almost a decade against the Internet company.

Fall of Berlin Wall

Harald Jaeger: The Man Who Started it All Celebrate 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall

August 1961 - West Berlin was cut off from East Germany with the construction of The Berlin Wall, complete with guards and watch towers placed along large concrete walls. For over 25 years, the tension on both sides were high that even U.S. President Ronald Reagan challenged Mikhail Gorbachev to tear down the wall on 12th of June 1987. But even the world’s most powerful man in the world was not able to put a stop to the divide.

Mutzschen Castle

German Castles for Sale – Cheap but Expensive to Renovate

Twenty five years since the collapse of the Berlin Wall and the reunification of Germany, medieval forts and castles are up for sale at low prices, but with cost of renovations more expensive than the purchase amount.

Fed Ex Field

Huawei to Deploy Wi-Fi Network at Washington Redskins Stadium

Reports claim the installation of the network will be completed by the end of this year.

FBI Agent

Three Denver Teens Attempt to Join ISIS in Syria, Raises Concerns Over 'Terror Appeal'

Three Denver teenage girls were taken into custody in Germany while on their way to Syria to join the Islamic State of Iraq in the Levant (ISIL), raising concerns over what authorities call the 'terror appeal' which preys on young people in particular.

Ebola

UN Health Worker Dies Of Ebola In Germany Hospital

A United Nations medical worker who was infected by the Ebola virus in Liberia died in a Leipzig hospital where he was being treated for the disease.

BMW

BMW and Baidu to Test Self-Driving Cars in China

BMW aims to partner with Baidu in an effort to enable the company’s vehicles to download complete high resolution maps of a country while they are still moving on track.

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Vodafone and BMW to Launch ‘Machine-to-Machine Connectivity’ in 2015

The special SIM will connect most of BMW’s 2015 vehicles, beginning in New Zealand.

Oktoberfest

British Guy Raped At Germany’s Oktoberfest Beer Festival

A young British man was allegedly raped on Saturday evening at the world-famous Oktoberfest beer festival at Munich in Germany, police said.

Microsoft sign at its Redmond headquarters

Microsoft Reveals New Information on Government Requests for User Data

Computer giant Microsoft on Friday disclosed substantial data about how governments around the world have requested for users' account information in the first half of the year.

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