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Angela Merkel at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, 2007.

Angela Merkel loses chancellorship and contingency to SPD candidates

Lillian Newton, Contributing Writer October 12, 2021

The preliminary results are in; the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) has narrowly won the national election held on Sept. 26, and ended Angela Merkel’s 16-year conservative chancellorship of...

Postcards from Prato

Ashley Arminio October 1, 2014

Okotoberfest in Munich This weekend, I went to Okotoberfest in Munich, Germany with a group of friends. We went through a study abroad program called Florence For Fun that gives you bus transportation...

Photo of the Week

The Charger Bulletin September 17, 2014

“The Forever Path” Taken in July By Steve Ciampa, Junior. “This photo was taken on the grounds of Herrenchiemsee, which was a castle built by King Ludwig the Second in Munich, Germany.”...

Psychic Paul the Octopus Dies at Age Two

Carole McFaddan November 3, 2010

The gambling legend of 2010 World Cup Soccer [Futbol], Paul the Octopus, died on Tuesday, October 26, 2010. Paul the Octopus was a common octopus hatched in January 2008 in Weymouth, England, at the Sea...

Germans Say Bombs Would Have Badly Damaged Planes

The Associated Press November 3, 2010

WASHINGTON – Two mail bombs intercepted in Britain and Dubai contained enough packed explosives to cause "significant" damage to the planes carrying them, German officials said Monday, a grim warning...

Kidnapper’s Past Comes Under Extreme Scrutiny

katcowley September 4, 2008

A man arrested in Baltimore accused of kidnapping his daughter is claiming to be Clark Rockefeller. He states he spent "six glorious and wonderful days" with the girl while evading police, but he will...

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