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  1. French Protests: Macron's Ghosts Return To Haunt Him
    The protests by the yellow vests against French President Emmanuel Macron aren't showing any signs of letting up despite concessions made by the government. Where is this anger coming from?
  2. Kramp-Karrenbauer's Win: Rough Road Ahead for the Merkel Dynasty
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel wanted to hand over the leadership of the Christian Democratic Union to Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer and on Friday she got her wish. But the party is deeply divided and keeping the CDU together is task No. 1.
  3. 'A Favor': Dirty Alliance between Player Agents and a Team Executive
    As an executive at Bayer Leverkusen, Jonas Boldt played the role of accomplice to a trio of player agents. The case shines a spotlight on the greed pervasive in professional football. By DER SPIEGEL Staff
  4. Addressing the Inevitable: Preparations Begin for the Climate Change Deluge
    Global sea levels are rising steadily as a result of climate change and the IPCC believes the deluge has already begun. What will it mean for humankind? And what changes will this bring to our coasts and our way of life? By DER SPIEGEL Staff
  5. Escalating Tension: Russia Tries to Strangle Ukraine with New Maritime Strategy
    Russia is adopting a new tactic in its ongoing conflict with Ukraine by cutting off the latter's access to its important ports in the Sea of Azov. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has tried to use the situation to his own advantage -- without much success.
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