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German Teenager Suspected of Trying to Join ISIS Is Found in Iraq

Sat, 22 Jul 2017 19:36:32 GMT

The town of Pulsnitz, Germany. A 16-year-old girl from the town who is suspected of joining the Islamic State in Iraq was arrested last week in Mosul.The 16-year-old, missing since last summer, was found in a basement in Mosul. She may face criminal charges in Iraq. Some reports say she worked with the Islamic State police.

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Gay Marriage Backers Celebrate in Germany: ‘We Don’t Need to Hide’

Sat, 22 Jul 2017 19:08:05 GMT

Berlin’s annual gay pride celebration, known as the Christopher Street Day Parade, coincided this year with Germany’s legalization of same-sex marriage.Marchers filled the streets of Berlin days after a marriage equality law was passed. Supporters say the next step is to change the Constitution.

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Congress Reaches Deal on Russia Sanctions, Setting Up Tough Choice for Trump

Sun, 23 Jul 2017 00:05:39 GMT

Senator Benjamin L. Cardin, Democrat of Maryland, praised a House bill that would impose new sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea.White House officials acknowledge that the president would all but have to sign legislation punishing Russia for its election interference.

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Poles Hope to Sway President From Curtailing Court’s Independence

Sat, 22 Jul 2017 18:19:18 GMT

Lech Walesa, the former president of Poland, spoke to protesters near the Monument of Fallen Shipyard Workers in Gdansk on Saturday.President Andrzej Duda is expected to sign new laws passed by Parliament giving the governing party more control over the courts. But protesters still hope to dissuade him.

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