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Merkel, Obama condemn convoys

Violence continues in Gaza

Ebola death toll rises

Gunmen open fire in mosque

Lufthansa strike "imminent"

US-Militärflugzeug auf der Suche nach MH370 - epa04167675 A United States Navy Boeing P-8 Poseidon takes off from Perth International airport to take part in the search trying to locate missing Malaysia Airways Flight MH370, in Perth, Western Australia, Australia, 15 April 2014. Nine military aircraft, two civil aircraft, and 11 ships are assisting on 15 April the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. The Bluefin-21 Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV), fitted with either sonar or a camera and can stay below for anything up to 20 hours at a stretch, has been deployed in the search on 14 April and is scanning the ocean floor for irregularities. The switch in tactics by the multinational forces comes six days after the last signal was picked up by the device the Ocean Shield is towing. 'We haven't had a single detection in six days, so I guess it's time to go under water,' Australian search leader Angus Houston told reporters in Perth on 14 April. Authorities have reasons to assume that the batteries in the plane's data and voice recorders have fully discharged and signals are no longer being transmitted. The last acoustic signals were detected on 08 April, exactly a month after the jet vanished into a night flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people, mostly Chinese nationals, on board. EPA/RICHARD WAINWRIGHT AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++

Dangerous airspace

Cop on trial for cannibalism

Argentine flag

WTO slams Argentina

Krieg in Syrien 17.10.2013

Syrian death toll tops 191,000

Bundesliga Bayern München - VFL Wolfsburg Juel Robben

Bayern win opener

The band EINSHOCH6 at the East Side Gallery in Berlin, Photo: DW

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