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در آلمان و جهان چی خبر است؟ رسانه های زیادی تصویری  صوتی، چاپی و انترتی در مورد رویداد های مهم روز گزارش می دهند.  درینجا شما معلومات مهمی را در مورد مسایل پناهندگی در آلمان بدسا آورده میتوانید.

Germany scraps 'tampon tax,' as menstrual products not a 'luxury'

07-11-2019

Menstrual products have long been taxed at a higher rate in Germany than many other everyday necessities — a form of discrimination, say activists. Even goldfish and cut flowers benefit from a lower VAT.

Infidelity: A fling doesn't have to end everything

07-11-2019

A partner's betrayal, whether it's a one-time hook-up or a full-blown affair, is devastating. Does it mean the end of the relationship, though? Not necessarily. It can also serve as a wake-up call — to be better.

Ai Weiwei's presents his 'Manifesto without Borders'

07-11-2019

"Every artist is an activist," says Ai Weiwei, who presents himself as a conceptual artist and a writer. He addressed his relationship to Germany at his recent book launch in Berlin.

'Stasi club' BFC Dynamo: What happened to the record East German champions?

07-11-2019

Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the 10-time East German champions are languishing in the fourth division. BFC Dynamo are a unique club battling with the specters of past and present.

East German defector and his captor meet again, 30 years later

07-11-2019

Jürgen Cyrulik wanted out of East Germany, but didn't know how. Fleeing through Bulgaria seemed like a possibility, so in 1988, he dared the escape but was captured. 30 years on, he meets the border guard who caught him.

Bad blood on the Irish border: the priest, the billionaire and the kidnapped executive

07-11-2019

The Irish border community in Cavan is in shock at the recent savage attack on a company executive, the violent culmination of a five-year campaign of intimidation. The company was once owned by Ireland’s richest man.

Wolf Biermann: To call the Nazi era 'bird shit' is criminal

07-11-2019

He was one of the harshest critics of the East German dictatorship. Today, 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Wolf Biermann's criticism has found a new target, and he's as provocative as ever.