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The United Nations' human rights watchdog has agreed to investigate abuses committed by "Islamic State" militants in Iraq. The international body has said the jihadists' activities amount to international crimes.
Despite the Christian Democrats' clear victory in Saxony state elections, the CDU has a real problem. The conservatives now have competition on their right, and that's a problem, writes DW's Volker Wagener.
On September 1, 1939, German troops under Adolf Hitler’s Nazi regime launched an attack on Poland. The countries’ presidents have come together 75 years later in commemoration of the event that marked the start of WWII.
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