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Education
The state of North Rhine-Westphalia has decided to cut a portion of an English exam with a speech by British Prince Harry after thousands of students complained that they could not understand him.
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The clocking is ticking down towards the May 31st deadline to submit tax returns. Here's how to make tax day into your own personal pay day.
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They fled to Germany with the hope of finding a better life. Now some young, male refugees say that drugs and prostitution are their only means of getting by.
Lifestyle
Ever wanted to leave your job and become your own boss? Would you do it in Germany? Grace Teo has done just that.
Culture
Rising rents are tightening the screws on aspiring young writers, but the capital city still offers a uniquely cosmopolitan literary atmosphere, the editor of a Berlin literary magazine tells The Local.
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Lifestyle
These days many people move to the German capital to join the high-tech world of startups. But others are still chasing the dream of Berlin as it was in its 1920s heyday.
Society
The Muslim community has actually had a presence - though small - in Germany for hundreds of years. Here are more facts you might not know about Islam in the country.
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Politics
The Local sat down with Dr Alice Weidel, the new leader of the Alternative for Germany. She may have the CV of an establishment liberal, but a half hour in her company exposed a firebrand who doesn't hide her disdain for Chancellor Angela Merkel.
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In modern-day fiction, the Illuminati have become "the quintessential secret society, plotting sinister conspiracies" across the globe. Ironically, they were started in 18th century Bavaria to fight for a more rational society.
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Travel & Tourism
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New plans have been announced to redevelop the derelict spy station at Teufelsberg in Berlin. We look back at the bizarre and secretive history of the site.
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