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The Local · 25 Jun 2010, 17:15
Published: 25 Jun 2010 17:15 GMT+02:00
The Local’s World Cup blog offers an outsider’s perspective on German football as Die Mannschaft goes for glory in South Africa. Don’t miss our daily roundup!
Heading into this weekend's classic clash between Germany and England, our bloggers looked at the latent xenophobia surrounding the World Cup and explored the English inferiority complex against Die Mannschaft. Penalties anyone?
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A taxi driver had to be hospitalized in Munich on Monday evening after three British tourists refused to pay their fare and then attacked him.
Police outside a building in Jena during raids on Tuesday. Photo: DPA
Police forces in five German states carried out raids on Tuesday morning with the aim of tackling the financing of terror groups, police in Thuringia have reported.
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File photo: DPA.
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An American member of the KKK at a gathering in Georgia. Photo: EPA.
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Gerhard Schröder. Photo: DPA
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Demonstrators holding a giant Turkish flag protest against the attempted coup in Istanbul in July. Photo: DPA.
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