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Premier League champions Manchester City 'extremely concerned' by news story about Champions League ban
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Premier League champions Manchester City 'extremely concerned' by news story about Champions League ban

Premier League champions Manchester City they were concerned individuals intent on damaging the club may be behind a news report that European football's financial regulators are poised to recommend they be barred from the Champions League.

German magazine Der Spiegel fires award-winning journalist Claas Relotius, says scribe has been fabricating stories for years
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German magazine Der Spiegel fires award-winning journalist Claas Relotius, says scribe has been fabricating stories for years

Some of the roughly 60 stories Relotius had written since 2011 were accurate but others were “completely invented or embellished with manipulated quotes or other fact-fantasy,” it said.

Real Madrid and UEFA's PR play to cover up Sergio Ramos' doping controversy is a threat to fair play
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Real Madrid and UEFA's PR play to cover up Sergio Ramos' doping controversy is a threat to fair play

Ramos is often hailed as the poster boy of winning-it-all-costs and has had a long history of bending rules, and he gets adored by his fans for it. It’s hard to rule out the accusations considering his track record.

Emanuel Macron, accused by critics of being 'out of touch' with people, denies being aloof
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Emanuel Macron, accused by critics of being 'out of touch' with people, denies being aloof

French president Emmanuel Macron, accused by critics of being out of touch with ordinary people, denied in an interview with a German magazine he was aloof

Four German women, including 16-year-old girl, detained in Iraq for joining Islamic State
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Four German women, including 16-year-old girl, detained in Iraq for joining Islamic State

Four German women, including a 16-year-old girl, who joined Islamic State in recent years are being held in an Iraqi prison and receiving consular assistance, Der Spiegel magazine reported on Saturday

German officials probing Mercedes find no sign of illegal software to manipulate emissions
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German officials probing Mercedes find no sign of illegal software to manipulate emissions

German officials probing carmaker Mercedes-Benz, which is owned by Daimler, have found no signs so far that the carmaker made use of illegal software.

Donald Trump laments sale of 'millions' of German cars in US; says they are 'very bad'
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Donald Trump laments sale of 'millions' of German cars in US; says they are 'very bad'

US president Donald Trump launched a salvo against Germany and its car sales in the United States at a meeting on Thursday with European Union leaders, German weekly Der Spiegel reported.

German magazine's controversial cover depicts Donald Trump beheading Statue of Liberty
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German magazine's controversial cover depicts Donald Trump beheading Statue of Liberty

German magazine Der Spiegel sparked controversy on Saturday with a front cover illustration of US President Donald Trump beheading the Statue of Liberty.

Nico Rosberg, a cool, calm and collected driver who was the master of the road
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Nico Rosberg, a cool, calm and collected driver who was the master of the road

Nico Rosberg, who retired on Friday, will be remembered in Formula One as the cool, calm and collected driver who doggedly overcame a brilliant teammate to win a world title.

WikiLeaks is now 10 years old: 'Adversity has hardened us,' says Julian Assange
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WikiLeaks is now 10 years old: 'Adversity has hardened us,' says Julian Assange

WikiLeaks celebrates its 10th birthday on Tuesday defiantly proud as the pioneer of online leaking platforms, while its controversial founder vows to pursue its work despite widespread criticsm.

German prosecutors close Angela Merkel cellphone spying probe
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German prosecutors close Angela Merkel cellphone spying probe

German prosecutors on Friday closed their investigation into the alleged tapping of Chancellor Angela Merkel's cellphone by the US National Security Agency, saying they have been unable to find evidence that would stand up in court.

Unknown hackers attack German parliament's data network
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Unknown hackers attack German parliament's data network

Unknown hackers have attacked the German Bundestag lower house of parliament's computer system, a parliamentary spokeswoman said on Friday.

Berlin deleted 12,000 NSA spying requests: Report
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Berlin deleted 12,000 NSA spying requests: Report

The German intelligence service BND, which is accused of helping the United States spy on EU leaders and companies, had actually "deleted 12,000 requests" targeting European officials, according to Saturday's edition of the Der Spiegel weekly.

Leadership crisis: Volkswagen chairman Piech oused after dispute over CEO
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Leadership crisis: Volkswagen chairman Piech oused after dispute over CEO

Piech served as Volkswagen CEO from 1993 to 2002, gaining credit for turning the company around and expanding its reach with new brands such as Czech car maker Skoda at the lower end of the market and Bentley, Bugatti and Lamborghini at the luxury end.

German magazine claims Israel snooped on Kerry last year
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German magazine claims Israel snooped on Kerry last year

The magazine said that Israel thus often knew precisely what Kerry was talking to the other sides about.

Israel eavesdropped on John Kerry during Palestine peace talks: Reports
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Israel eavesdropped on John Kerry during Palestine peace talks: Reports

The article said Israelis and at least one other secret service listened in on Kerry's conversations as he tried to mediate, in a development that Der Spiegel said was likely to further strain ties between Israel and the United States.

Apple denies helping NSA set up iPhone backdoors
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Apple denies helping NSA set up iPhone backdoors

Apple Inc has never worked with the U.S. National Security Agency and is unaware of efforts to target its smartphones...

NSA reportedly intercepts computer shipments to install spyware
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NSA reportedly intercepts computer shipments to install spyware

A German magazine lifted the lid on the operations of the National Security Agency's hacking unit Sunday...

US says it doesn't, and won't, spy on us: United Nations
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US says it doesn't, and won't, spy on us: United Nations

The United Nations said on Wednesday that the United States has pledged not to spy on the world body's communications after a report that the National Security Agency had gained access to the UN video conferencing system.

The Fifth Estate review: Boring film despite a great cast
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The Fifth Estate review: Boring film despite a great cast

Bill Condon's The Fifth Estate offers the viewer a flimsy and one-sided view of the phenomenon that is Assange.