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Right to Privacy Extends to Foreign Internet Users, German Court Rules

Right to Privacy Extends to Foreign Internet Users, German Court Rules

Right to Privacy Extends to Foreign Internet Users, German Court Rules Right to Privacy Extends to Foreign Internet Users, German Court Rules BERLIN — Privacy rights enshrined in Germany’s Constitution extend to foreigners living abroad and cover their online data, the country’s highest court ruled on Tuesday, ordering Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government to overhaul a law governing the foreign intelligence …

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Germany Criminalizes Burning of E.U. and Other Foreign Flags

Germany Criminalizes Burning of E.U. and Other Foreign Flags

Germany Criminalizes Burning of E.U. and Other Foreign Flags Germany Criminalizes Burning of E.U. and Other Foreign Flags BERLIN — German lawmakers have voted into make the destruction of foreign state flags, including that of the European Union, and the denigration of national anthems punishable by a fine and up to three years in prison, in a relatively rare move …

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The Book That Shaped Foreign Policy for a Generation Has More to Say

The Book That Shaped Foreign Policy for a Generation Has More to Say

The Book That Shaped Foreign Policy for a Generation Has More to Say The Book That Shaped Foreign Policy for a Generation Has More to Say Lurching from crisis to crisis and assailed even by allies for its handling of the coronavirus pandemic, the United States has rarely seemed more absent from the international stage, or more urgently in need …

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A Town Is Besieged by Children, Foreign and Violent

A Town Is Besieged by Children, Foreign and Violent

A LUMINOUS REPUBLIC By Andrés Barba “When I’m asked about the 32 children who lost their lives in San Cristóbal, my response varies depending on the age of my interlocutor,” explains the narrator in the first sentence of the novel “A Luminous Republic,” by the Spanish writer Andrés Barba. Containing both a thrillerish hook and a setup for pontification, this …

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On the Road With the French Foreign Legion

On the Road With the French Foreign Legion

GAO, Mali — Six rifles, in my line of sight. Eleven bodies, only one (mine) female. Eleven flak jackets and helmets, slowly absorbing sweat. Eleven camp beds, mosquito nets and backpacks, hooked behind dark green seats alongside some wooden crates of ammunition. Thousands of baby wipes, as our next shower would be many days away. This was a squad in …

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Boris Johnson Moved to Intensive Care; Foreign Minister Deputized

Boris Johnson Moved to Intensive Care; Foreign Minister Deputized

LONDON — Britain’s prime minister, Boris Johnson, who was hospitalized with persistent coronavirus-related symptoms, was moved to intensive care after his condition worsened on Monday, his office said. Mr. Johnson had asked the foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, to deputize for him “where necessary,” 10 Downing Street added in a statement. “Over the course of this afternoon, the condition of the …

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