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Tens of thousands hold anti-racism march in German capital Berlin
Tens of thousands of people have taken to streets of German capital Berlin to show unity against racism, discrimination and far-right sentiments, after a series of xenophobic incidents in the east of the country caused growing concerns.
Golden teenager Duplantis soars to six-meter vault
Armand Duplantis, another of Scandinavia’s phenomenal young athletics talents, brought down the curtain on a breakthrough European Championships with a record-breaking triumph in one of the all-time great pole vault competitions on Sunday.
Teenage Ingebrigtsen wins second European gold in two days
The 17-year-old Jakob Ingebrigtsen made history for the second night in a row to claim a European 5000m gold – less than 24 hours after he had become the youngest athlete to ever win the 1500m title.
Spain's Martin, Perez claim 20km walk titles in Berlin
Alvaro Martin won the 20km men's walk ahead of his Spanish compatriot Garcia Carrera at the European championships in Berlin on Saturday, with another Spaniard Maria Perez claiming the women's title.
Hundreds of people in London, Berlin mark International Quds Day
Hundreds of people in London and Berlin have commemorated the International Quds Day, marching in support of the oppressed people of Palestine and against the decades-long occupation of the Palestinian territories by the Israeli regime.
Iran disabled swimmers bag two silver, three bronze in Berlin IDM
Iranian disabled swimmers snatched two silver and three bronze medals at (Internationale Deutsche Meisterschaften Swimming) IDM Berlin 2018 held in Berlin, Germany.
German police foil Berlin half-marathon attacks
German police have detained four men, one of whom they suspect of planning knife attacks at Sunday's Berlin half-marathon, the newspaper Die Welt reported in its online edition.
Berlin International Film Festival opens in German capital (Video)
The 68th Berlin International Film Festival, also known as the Berlinale, has opened in the German capital. It’s regarded as one of the world’s most important film events and a chance for upcoming filmmakers from developing countries to get discovered. Nineteen films, including four by Iranian filmmakers, are competing for awards in this year’s competition, presstv.com
Battle to find new Berlin Film Festival director
With Dieter Kosslick's contract running out after 17 years, insiders are debating his legacy and scrambling to find a successor.
Berlin officials under fire over 3 prison breaks
Berlin authorities came under fire Tuesday after a single city prison was hit by three jailbreaks or walkouts in a week, with five inmates still on the run.
Rail traffic resumes at Berlin station after fire
Long-distance rail traffic resumed at the busy Berlin Zoo train station on Sunday after firefighters extinguished a fire that had caused large amounts of smoke, though local railway traffic remained halted, German federal police said on Twitter.
Graffiti activists in Berlin turn Nazi symbols into art
Horrified at the sight of swastikas scrawled on walls, children's playgrounds and building sites, a group of graffiti artists in Berlin is transforming the Nazi symbols into colorful artwork such as flowers, cars and animals.
Ankara-Berlin ties to improve after German elections: Erdogan
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has predicted that the country’s strained ties with Berlin will improve after Germany's parliamentary election in September.
Chinese tourists arrested for Hitler salute in Berlin
Two Chinese tourists were detained in Berlin for making the straight-armed Hitler salute for photos in front of the Reichstag parliament building, a police spokeswoman said on Sunday.
IMF tells Berlin to act now to reduce trade surplus
Germany must act to reduce the massive trade surplus that has stoked friction with European neighbors and the United States, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned.

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