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1. Paradise Lost: How Tourists Are Destroying the Places They Love14:20[−]
Travel is no longer a luxury good. Airlines like Ryanair and EasyJet have contributed to a form of mass tourism that has made local residents feel like foreigners in cities like Barcelona and Rome. The infrastructure is buckling under the pressure. By DER SPIEGEL Staff

2. A City Tries To Save Itself: Amsterdam Seeks To Rein in Tourists12:44[−]
In recent years, it has become increasingly clear that Amsterdam, a city of 850,000, is unable to cope with the 18 million tourists who visit each year. City planners are experimenting with ways of limiting their numbers.

3. Corbyn's Anti-Semitism Problem: Labour Stumbles in Polls as Accusations Mount12:16[−]
Does the Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn's leadership have an anti-Semitism problem? The debate refuses to go away and new pictures from Tunisia have added fuel to the fire.

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4. Hot Heads: Erdogan-Trump Tiff Endangers Turkish Economy and NATOПт., 17 авг.[−]
The Turkish economy is collapsing and President Erdogan is engaged in a bitter battle with U.S. President Donald Trump. NATO could turn out to be the loser, while Moscow is the primary beneficiary.

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5. Victor's Logic: Syria's Uncertain Future under Bashar AssadЧт., 16 авг.[−]
After seven years of war, Syrian dictator Bashar Assad has three-quarters of the country back under his control. But with Western reconstruction funding still tied to his departure, the future is murky.

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6. Interview with Afghan Pop Star Aryana Sayeed: 'I Am Very Aware of the Danger'Ср., 15 авг.[−]
Aryana Sayeed, 33, is the only internationally known pop act in Afghanistan. She is adored by youth -- and hunted by the Taliban.

7. The Looming Crisis: What If Iran Becomes the Next Syria?Вт., 14 авг.[−]
Donald Trump's Iran policy is a threat to European security. It's time for the EU to stand up to the U.S. president.

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8. The End of the Bailout: Greece Is Back on the Grid, But Recovery Remains ElusiveВт., 14 авг.[−]
On August 20, the third aid package for Greece will end, marking the end -- for now -- of the country's debt crisis. But the country's slow economic growth and grim demographic outlook mean that even without the onerous rules attached to its repayments, it faces an uphill battle.

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9. Voting by Smartphone: Quick and Easy, Just Not Very SecureПн., 13 авг.[−]
With the U.S. midterm election approaching, concerns about cybersecurity and Russian meddling are mounting. The state of West Virginia has chosen now, of all times, to introduce smartphone voting.

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10. Former Catalan President Puigdemont: 'I Don't Like Being in Exile'Пн., 13 авг.[−]
In an interview with DER SPIEGEL, former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont talks about fleeing Spain, his detention in Germany and the future of the independence movement.

11. Satellite Image Quiz: Where Our Glaciers and Forests Are DisappearingСр., 08 авг.[−]
Satellites are taking pictures of the Earth around the clock. The images show how our planet is changing -- both naturally and because of human influence. Test your knowledge!

12. The Country of Hunger: A State of Deep Suffering in Venezuela's HospitalsСр., 08 авг.[−]
Venezuela has the largest known oil reserves in the world, but under the leadership of Nicolas Maduro, its hospitals lack equipment, medicines, food, anesthetics and even pens. The doctors who remain face a daily struggle to treat patients with little more than hope.

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13. The Never-Ending Summer: Is Germany's Heat Wave a Preview of the Future?Вт., 07 авг.[−]
Germany is currently experiencing a state of meteorological emergency. Although many are enjoying the scorching summer, the heat wave has left others with health problems and also led to a drought. Is this a preview of how climate change may soon change our lives? By DER SPIEGEL Staff

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14. Playing Doctor with Watson: Medical Applications Expose Current Limits of AIПт., 03 авг.[−]
IBM has big plans for how its Watson artificial intelligence software could change the medical industry. But a number of hospitals have ended their experiments with the platform, arguing that it doesn't help diagnose or treat diseases.

15. Shifting Overseas Route: Spain Becomes New Target for MigrantsПт., 03 авг.[−]
Although the number of migrants making their way across the Mediterranean to Europe has fallen drastically, the preferred overseas route has now moved westward to the strait between Morocco and Spain. Now Rome, Madrid and North African countries are battling to find a solution. By DER SPIEGEL Staff

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16. The Matchmakers: China's 200 Million Singles Are a Big BusinessПт., 03 авг.[−]
Many people in China who want to get married are having trouble finding a partner. The country's decadeslong one-child policy led to the country having more young men than women, and their growing prosperity is making them pickier.

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17. 'That's It, We're Dead': Questions of Accountability After Tragedy in the AlpsЧт., 02 авг.[−]
Ten alpinists, including a guide with years of experience, set off to cross one of the Alps' most majestic mountaineering routes, the Haute Route. By the fourth day, a heavy snowstorm was brewing -- but the group kept going, with deadly consequences.

18. Alienating Immigrants: Is Germany Lurching To the Right?Вт., 31 июля[−]
Right-wing agitators are heating up the discussion about immigration in Germany and filling it with hate. Last week's resignation of national football player Mesut ?zil over concerns about racism is spurring a necessary and emotional debate about social cohesion in the country.

19. Alliance of the Likeminded: Germany's Anti-Trump Strategy Begins to Take ShapeПт., 27 июля[−]
During an official visit to Japan, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas unveiled the first hints of Berlin's new plan for countering Donald Trump's nationalist policies: a network of countries with a shared belief in the rules of the postwar order.

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20. Jean-Claude Juncker's Unexpected Deal: How the European Commission President Won Over TrumpПт., 27 июля[−]
This week, Washington and Brussels struck an unexpected agreement to lift levies in the tariff conflict between the U.S. and the EU. The move represents a victory for all sides, but especially beleaguered European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.

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