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F1: Less is more for Silverstone Grand Prix organizers

Mar 04, 2015

F1: Less is more for Silverstone Grand Prix organizers

While Germany's Formula One Grand Prix hangs in the balance, hit by dwindling crowds and rising losses, Britain's Silverstone circuit believes it can make money and attract more fans by charging less. #Formula One #Germany #F1 #Britain #SportsTracker #Grand Prix #Silverstone
G4 member states call for UN Security Council reforms to make it "more representative"

Feb 28, 2015

G4 member states call for UN Security Council reforms to make it "more representative"

India, Brazil, Japan and Germany have renewed their call for early action to make the Security Council "more representative and fit for the 21st century". #World #Japan #US #Brazil #NewsTracker #Germany #UN Security Council #G4 #UNSC reforms
Four-way talks on Ukraine underway in Paris

Feb 24, 2015

Four-way talks on Ukraine underway in Paris

Talks about a fragile peace deal for Ukraine are under way in Paris between the foreign ministers of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France. #France #NewsTracker #Russia #Germany #Paris #Ukraine
The Imitation Game: Our decision making skills are related to Alan Turning's enigma breaking trick

Feb 24, 2015

The Imitation Game: Our decision making skills are related to Alan Turning's enigma breaking trick

When taking simple decisions, neurons in the brain apply the same statistical trick used by Alan Turing to help break Germany's Enigma code during World War II, a new study reveals. #Germany #Enigma #Alan Turing #Shinichiro Kira and Tianming Yang
Russia may try to seize NATO territory, warns general

Feb 21, 2015

Russia may try to seize NATO territory, warns general

ussia could try to seize territory from NATO states off the back of fighting in Ukraine #France #Russia #Germany #Nato #Ukraine #Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe
Greece averts cash crunch as Eurozone agrees to four-month loan extension

Feb 21, 2015

Greece averts cash crunch as Eurozone agrees to four-month loan extension

Euro zone finance ministers agreed in principle on Friday to extend Greece's financial rescue by four months, averting a potential cash crunch in March #Debt #Greece #Germany #Eurozone #Greece debt #Greece bailout
The Imitation Game mostly gets it right about WWII codebreakers, says historian

Feb 20, 2015

The Imitation Game mostly gets it right about WWII codebreakers, says historian

The Oscar-nominated film The Imitation Game gets a lot right about the Allied effort to crack the German armed forces' communications code during World War II. #didyouknow #Germany #World War II #The Imitation Game #Imitation Game #Allied forces #Enigma code
Germany's anti-Islam protests fizzle, but the sentiment hasn't gone away

Feb 17, 2015

Germany's anti-Islam protests fizzle, but the sentiment hasn't gone away

What happened to Germany's anti-Islam movement PEGIDA? After bursting into the limelight last year with weekly rallies that drew first hundreds, then tens of thousands, the group appears to have lost momentum. #Islam #NewsTracker #Germany #sentiment #anti-Islam protests
Ukraine ceasefire: Merkel, Putin, Poroshenko agree to withdraw heavy weapons

Feb 17, 2015

Ukraine ceasefire: Merkel, Putin, Poroshenko agree to withdraw heavy weapons

German Chancellor Angela Merkel agreed on concrete steps with the leaders of Russia and Ukraine to allow the OSCE to observe the situation in eastern Ukraine given the fragility of the agreed ceasefire. #NewsTracker #Russia #Angela Merkel #Germany #Ceasefire #Ukraine #Putin #poroshenko