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To most politicians in Egypt, the candidacy of Bothaina Kamel is a joke.
Using "a bottle with no sides" CERN isolated antimatter for about 1,000 seconds. Here's why that, um, matters.
Experts say the Norway killer appears to be a loner who increasingly lived his life on the internet.
If Greece, Portugal or Italy fails, America should watch out.
As Chinese investment in Europe grows, so do common interests.
Analysis: Debate over Greek bailout sidesteps the euro zone's real problems.
Antibiotics, globalization, German officials and the media all played a role in the deadly E. coli outbreak.
The United States hopes Germany will be a reliable partner on foreign policy.
Germans fear cucumbers, even though they have been somewhat exonerated.
Nuclear power opponents argue that shutting down reactors by 2022 will help Germany's economy.
Chancellor Angela Merkel announces new funding for research and development of electric cars by German automakers.
The Eurovision 2011 host country has reawakened to the unifying charm of cheesy pop.
But strong growth in Poland and other eastern countries means workers might stay home.
Artists argue their crumbling lofts give the German capital its character.
Fistulas make women outcasts but surgery can help them return to full lives.
Analysis: The election was widely seen as a referendum on Merkel and her pro-nuclear policy.
A China-imposed shortage of crucial raw materials could hamper the digital economy.
Germany debates requiring a percentage of women on corporate boards.
One American tests that hypothesis with his Berlin stand-up routine.
Analysis: For anyone wondering why Germany joined the Iran talks, there is in fact an answer.