Two and a half years ago in Tahrir Square, German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle compared Egypt's democratic revolution to the German reunification. Germany's calls for democracy in Egypt continue today.
Steep price declines are hurting coffee producers in Latin America.
In Washington Republicans and Democrats have hammered out a 2 year budget deal a month before a stopgap spending plan runs out. But Congress must still approve the deal and there are plenty of critics in both houses. We recap and talk to New York correspondent Jens Korte.
Congress is set to vote on a new budget deal after Republican Congressman Paul Ryan and Democrat Senator Patty Murray thrashed out an agreement that, if passed, will last two years. The deal would help the United States avoid a repeat of September’s costly government shutdown in the immediate future, but it has been criticized by representatives from both parties.
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