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The Christos’ embrace of the Reichstag
Chilly scenes of the fin de si??¨cle
For some Berliners the Wall has become an obsession
Berlin’s Willy Brandt
The diary of a native’s return
Percentage of the French who think it â€śsomewhatâ€ť or â€śveryâ€ť possible they will one day become homeless:
Neuroscientists found that sloths sleep around nine and a half hours a day. Previous research had studied only captive sloths, who sleep on average sixteen hours a day, possibly because they are bored and depressed.
A young man who lied to Berlin police about having lived for five years in a forest was revealed to have run away from home because he disliked his internship.
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