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Melissa Eddy
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Univision announcers get a huge kick out of speaking German. "Cuatro minutos. VIER Minuten" [laughter]
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Do read @IrishTimes Suzanne Lynch on lovely writing on EU leaders visit to Ypres yesterday and Merkel's gesture.
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Julie Brill of US FTC in Berlin on Big Data: We need to get privacy right. #cyberdialogue
German FM Steinmeier taps Lincoln, calls for Internet 'of the pple, for the pple, by the pple' #cyberdialogue
Klinsi bringt die Amis noch ein wichtiges Aspekt des Soccermania bei:
Höchste US Gericht: Mobiletelefone sind Privatsphere. Polizei darf nicht einfach durchsuchen.
A big, big deal. MT @meddybln: Supreme Court upholds privacy of mobile phones; police need warrants to search them.
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US Supreme Court upholds privacy of mobile phones, insisting on warrants before they can be searched
Obama bereitet weitere Sanktionen gegen Putins Russland vor. Werden Merkel, Deutschland, die EU auch mitspielen?
Obama wants to increase pressure on Putin thru sanctions, but will Europe and Merkel go along?
Booksellers' Assoc. recommends German antitrust authority investigate Amazon over Bonnier pricing dispute citing coercion, competition abuse
No end in sight for @google's #antitrust woes in #EU as pressure for action mounts in Germany #Merkel #Almunia
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A beautifully written, moving story about what is means to become a firefighter in NYC
Union Berlin stadium again turned into a giant living room to watch the Germany vs Ghana game. #GERGHA
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Are you in #EU & actively use US tech services like @google, @facebook, @amazon, @twitter? Am interested to hear how you use them & why Thx!
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You would think cavers must be crazy, but they are dedicated, hardworking pros who band together in crisis @nytimes
Injured German spelunker emerges from deep alpine cavern in Bavaria after 11-day international rescue effort
German officials close mouth of country's deepest cave after dramatic rescue action of injured researcher.
German official: ''No script" for 12-day rescue of cave researcher injured in 1,000m depth, unique in its complexity, difficulty.
Complex alpine cave rescue involved 202 rescuers from Germany, Italy, Swiss, Austria, Croatia.
Injured German cave explorer spent 274 hours in the depths before his rescue early Thursday. He now in hospital.
Press center in the Hofbräuhaus. The perks of working in Bavaria.
Injured spelunker pulled from Germany's deepest cave after more than 10 days underground. Now in the hands of doctors.
Rescuers began final ascent from deep German cave to recover injured explorer at 4:00 am. Expect to surface in next hour.