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Klaus Scharioth, Berlin’s former ambassador to the US, tells DW why Germany’s expulsion of the top CIA official was right and why the current crisis is the biggest challenge yet for transatlantic ties.
The rebuilding of trust between Europe and the US after the NSA revelations did not happen in Munich. Europeans should now take a different path to push Washington into reforming the NSA, says DW's Michael Knigge.
The German media has voiced outrage at the NSA's alleged spying on Chancellor Angela Merkel's mobile phone. But editorials also criticized her for previously having played down the broader eavesdropping scandal.
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Some 1,400 children were abused over the course of 16 years in the English city Rotherham, according to an inquiry. The revelation has raised controversial questions of child protection, race and political correctness.
Iraq's largest refinery has been contested for weeks. "Islamic State" fighters are going after police officers and soldiers near the Baiji facility. Residents who have fled describe the situation in the embattled city.
An American man suspected of fighting alongside the "Islamic State" group has been killed in Syria. Douglas McAuthur McCain’s family had been concerned with his expressions of support for IS.
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