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Chancellor Angela Merkel has said that the actions of the "Islamic State" in Iraq can be called "genocide." The German government is about to break its own rules on sending weapons to conflict zones in response.
Both Israel and Hamas have proclaimed themselves victors in this latest, seven-week conflict. Despite the ceasefire, DW's Anne Allmeling says both sides have a lot more to lose.
German police officers rarely reach for their guns – for a good reason. But when deadly shootings do occur, the victims are often part of an especially vulnerable group in society.
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