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A French Polynesian hunter has been sentenced to 28 years in jail for the murder of a German tourist, whose death in 2011 had raised unfounded suspicions of cannibalism. »

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Arjen Robben and Thomas Müller scored extra-time goals as Bayern won the German Cup with a 2-0 victory over rivals Borussia Dortmund on Saturday. »

Midfield general Bastian Schweinsteiger left Bayern Munich's final Bundesliga match of the season with a knee injury giving Germany fans another scare ahead of the World Cup. »

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More than seven million people living in Germany are classed as foreigners. They live and work here, most of them pay taxes and all have the same obligations as German citizens, but with one great difference - they cannot vote. »

Germany's week in pictures

The Dalai Lama meets German popstar Heino in Frankfurt. Photo: DPA

Military jets, struggling football clubs and the Dalai Lama all feature in The Local's pictorial review of the last seven days. »

'Why foreigners must get the vote in Germany'Former chancellor Helmut Schmidt. Photo: DPA

Former German chancellor Helmut Schmidt said on Friday the Ukraine standoff recalls the lead-up to World War I and blamed the "megalomania" of EU bureaucrats for sparking the crisis. »

Expat Dispatches

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Germans consume more coffee each year than beer or mineral water and outdrink the French when it comes to caffeine. Food writer Nadia Hassani explains how to enjoy the drink with a German kick. »

The trains smashed at the Berlin rail yard on Friday morning. Photo: DPA

Two high-speed trains crashed in a rail yard in Berlin in the early hours of Friday morning. A train driver was taken to hospital with shock. »

Germany spends the second most amount of money on lobbying in Washington by foreign governments. Only the United Arab Emirates splashed out more in 2013, according to research by a US foundation. »

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No, they just don't think on equal levels, we

by 14millionyearsold

Have to look at all humans as equals under the constitution and respect each other, yet many are not equals in education or thinking abilities. together we make a society, a healthy society allows religious nuts to operate as citizens in the society. a sick society destroys religious nuts as germany did in the 1930's and 40's.

Productivity much higher in the US

by IpseDixit

"The gap is even widening. This year the U.S. should record productivity gains of 3.3%, according to Eurostat, the statistical agency of the European Union. That's almost twice the rate of France and Germany and well above the British rate (yes, even dynamic Britain is struggling in this area). Europe now has an hourly output per worker some 20% below American levels."
17 of the top 20 education institutions are US, and the US employs far more nobel prize winners than Europe

Yep, both live in mountainous country

by ghETt0______RaBBi

Both like fish, both like to ski, both earn roughly the same, both about the same levels of education and social responsibility.
About the same mix of modern industry and 'traditional'. Both junior partners to Nazi Germany in WW2.
Both have Latin based State Church (for wedddings, etc) but the people aren't big 'church goers'.
If you couldn't read you would have a tough time telling the diff between a Norwegians or a Italians apt. or office.

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I want to do my ms in germany.i want to know the top universities and how to apply for them?

I am from mechanical background

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