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  1. Wenders and Herzog take art-house cinema 3D at Berlinale
  2. Steinbrück slaps down candidacy for ECB job
  3. Space Nazis colonize the moon in fan-funded film
  4. Penguin Sandy finds love among her own kind
  5. Earthquake rattles Rhine-Main region
  6. Phlegmy or dry? Computerized telephone hotline diagnoses coughs
  7. Army eyes school dropouts to fill ranks
  8. Deutsche Börse seals merger with NYSE
  9. Daimler revs up profit
  10. Loud children no longer considered noise pollution
  11. Incest trucker admits abusing daughter
  12. German-Turkish comedy looks at the lighter side of immigration
  13. Police officer suspended following Stasi informant allegations
  14. Neo-Nazis and leftists clash at assault trial
  15. Daimler unveils Indian truck brand BharatBenz
  16. Fewer Germans consider children essential part of life
  17. Chinese firms struggling to enter German market, study says
  18. Two soldiers killed, seven others injured
  19. Three soldiers killed, several others injured
  20. Iran frees two German reporters
  21. Eurovision Song Contest entry is decided
  22. SPD wins Hamburg vote in landslide
  23. German journalists freed by Iran return home
  24. Big high-tech firms return to CeBIT
  25. William and Kate snub German nobles on wedding invitations
  26. Guttenberg asks to give up Dr. title for good
  27. BMW launches electric and hybrid brand
  28. Poland expects no labour exodus to Germany
  29. McDonald's hiring after digesting record sales
  30. Commerzbank bounces back to profitability
  31. Greens slump again in the polls
  32. Guttenberg more popular despite plagiarism flap
  33. Germany: Libyan regime has 'lost all legitimacy'
  34. Major fraud suspected around HIV drugs
  35. Amnesty calls on Germany to take Libyan refugees
  36. Bayern boss van Gaal hails 'Super Mario'
  37. Schumacher still a role model for F1's Vettel
  38. Brandenburg Green party treasurer vanishes with EUR 40,000
  39. Westerwelle calls for sanctions against Qaddafi family
  40. Scientists hope to rebuild Bamiyan Buddha
  41. VW posts record and targets even better 2011
  42. More than 50 ex-Stasi work for files authority
  43. Turkey demands support for EU membership
  44. Germany and UK to cooperate on pressuring Qaddafi clan
  45. Merkel welcomes UN sanctions against Qaddafi regime
  46. Journalists held in China over protest reports
  47. Expert warns of free internet hotspot fakers
  48. Dortmund heads for Bundesliga shield with victory over Munich
  49. Hells Angel jailed over police shooting
  50. A train ride to nowhere
  51. BMW and Peugeot team up for hybrid technology
  52. Tech fair CeBIT rides bullish IT sector
  53. New biofuel confusion strains traditional petrol supplies
  54. Public worker strikes hit two more states
  55. Guttenberg: From political rock star to 'Baron Cut-And-Paste'
  56. Guttenberg and the price of decency
  57. Police face outbreak of spring fever in randy Ruhr Valley
  58. SPD flying high after Guttenberg scandal and Hamburg victory
  59. Two Americans shot dead at Frankfurt Airport
  60. Manchester United target Schalke's Neuer
  61. Dozens injured in tram collision with bus
  62. Karneval festivities commence in the sunny Rhineland
  63. Booming Audi to pay workers EUR 6,500 bonus
  64. Islamist shooter radicalized in Germany
  65. Interior Minister Friedrich reignites Islam debate
  66. Merkel backs Munich's 'winter wonderland' Olympic bid
  67. Merkel: EU conservatives ready to defend euro
  68. Violence ahead of Bundesliga match
  69. Pro-Guttenberg rally gathers in Bavaria
  70. Security lapses found after airport shooting
  71. Guttenberg affair hits Merkel's conservatives
  72. Train drivers back strike
  73. Van Gaal to leave Bayern Munich at end of season
  74. Teachers strike in eastern states
  75. Summit to tackle E10 biofuel debacle
  76. Germany sticking with loathed E10 biofuel
  77. Police swoop on 'Ndrangheta mafia
  78. Daimler and Rolls-Royce unveil new joint venture
  79. Nazi papers welcome biathlon guests
  80. Train drivers to strike Thursday commute
  81. Lufthansa soared back to profit in 2010
  82. What's on in Germany: March 10 - 16
  83. Vintage photo booths make a comeback in Berlin and beyond
  84. Guttenberg requests Deep Purple send-off
  85. Coalition proposal would tie residency permits to German skills
  86. Cartoon strip mocks Hitler and hipsters
  87. Westerwelle offers quake-hit Japan aid
  88. Merkel demands Qaddafi step down immediately
  89. Union says no railway strikes till Tuesday
  90. Guttenberg apologises to Bundestag researchers
  91. Worried Wolfsburg to punish late players with five-figure fine
  92. Two adults, nine-day-old infant die in Berlin apartment fire
  93. Investigators clear Gorch Fock commander of allegations
  94. Car plows into Hamburg pedestrians, killing four
  95. Wet cold to put damper on spring respite
  96. The best of Berlin in March
  97. Lufthansa scans Japan flights for radioactivity
  98. Booming economy seen shrinking deficit in coming years
  99. Budget row could prompt new North Rhine-Westphalia vote
  100. Lufthansa diverts Tokyo flights to Nagoya, Osaka
  101. Lehmann set for Arsenal return, eyes title
  102. Neo-Nazi candidate probed for web bomb tips
  103. Schalke sack Magath
  104. WWI submarine found off Dutch coast
  105. Urban beekeeping gets Berlin buzzing
  106. Lufthansa forecasts profits to withstand tough 2011
  107. 'We've lost credibility in the Security Council'
  108. Merkel: Libyan reaction to UN 'encouraging'
  109. Polar bear star Knut dies
  110. Social worker steals from orphans in his care
  111. Polar bear star Knut dies
  112. Klitschko scores knockout in farcical fight
  113. Greens flying high in opinion surveys
  114. Neo-Nazis face court for online radio content
  115. Greens surge in state election in Saxony-Anhalt
  116. Kabel BW sold to Liberty Global for EUR 3.16 billion
  117. Autopsy searches for clues to Knut's untimely demise
  118. More reactor closures 'could cause blackouts'
  119. Germany's BASF boosts Russian pipeline
  120. 'Nazi guard' Demjanjuk faces six years in jail
  121. Knut died of brain disorder
  122. Deutsche Bahn beefs up security
  123. Radioactive particles to hit Europe today, German expert says
  124. Cabinet backs foreign credential recognition
  125. Merkel aiming to reschedule euro debt fund payments
  126. What's on in Germany: March 24 - 30
  127. Brüderle admits nuclear reversal electioneering
  128. Man kills son and self with chainsaw
  129. US troops ordered not to wear uniforms
  130. Fallout continues after Brüderle's nuclear gaffe
  131. Free Google initiative aims to get small businesses online
  132. Police seize boy in mafia fancy dress costume
  133. Former coach Heynckes set for Bayern Munich comeback
  134. Huge anti-nuclear protests to hit the streets
  135. Most Germans support Libyan abstention
  136. Huge anti-nuclear protests hit the streets
  137. Summer time begins amid safety warnings
  138. Train drivers edge closer to deal
  139. Germany close in on Euro 2012
  140. CDU suffers historic loss in Baden-Württemberg
  141. Banks lower ATM fees
  142. German media roundup: A seismic shift for Merkel's coalition?
  143. Teens injured in pop idol event stampede
  144. Blown out in Baden-Württemberg
  145. Doctor jailed for removing organs while using lemon juice antiseptic
  146. Brazilian busted driving 291 kph on autobahn
  147. Deutsche Bahn halts Stuttgart 21 construction
  148. Friedrich: Muslims must help catch extremists
  149. Inflation, global unrest upsetting consumers
  150. Pay back to pre-crisis levels for top bosses
  151. The Local's English-language movie listings for Germany
  152. 'Can Germany be counted on?'
  153. Prost! Weekend set for beer garden weather
  154. Police foil Dortmund stadium bomb plot
  155. Southwestern workers take less sick leave
  156. Merkel demands Burma free political prisoners
  157. Dog owner guilty of three-year-old's brutal death by pit bull pack
  158. Ballack fined EUR 8,000 for anti-FC Köln chant
  159. Knut drowned after brain inflammation
  160. US attack jet crashes in the Eifel
  161. Deutsche Börse aims to fend off Nasdaq interest in NYSE
  162. Westerwelle visits Japan while FDP crisis continues at home
  163. Uncle of Krailling sisters to be charged with their murder
  164. Germany briefly basks in the sun before spring returns
  165. Westerwelle's departure as party head firms up
  166. Westerwelle stepping down as FDP leader
  167. Auto sales race ahead for March
  168. Kafka's letters bought by German archive
  169. Rösler vows to renew embattled FDP
  170. Art icon Tacheles shrinks after EUR 1m payout
  171. Art icon Tacheles shrinks after EUR 1-million payout
  172. The Local's English-language movie listings for Germany
  173. Chinese 'invited' for talks on detained artist Ai
  174. More tax for less: Germans fear for future
  175. Strike grounds some Berlin Easyjet flights
  176. Jack the Ripper was a German sailor, detective claims
  177. Drifting hole in ozone layer set to expose Germans to skin damage
  178. Police job dissatisfaction on the rise, union says
  179. Dortmund star bets haircut on Bundesliga title
  180. Eight motorists dead after freak sandstorm
  181. Reichstag dome reopening for tourists after terror alert
  182. Man accused of spying on Uighurs for China
  183. University: Guttenberg intentionally plagiarized
  184. Victims of deadly crash from 7 German states
  185. Bahn CEO warns of financial claim if Stuttgart 21 blocked
  186. SS man who arrested Anne Frank worked for BND after the war
  187. Nuclear companies cut off eco-fund payments
  188. Künast seen as Greens' best hope for chancellor
  189. Conservatives urge border checks for Tunisian refugees
  190. Neo-Nazi group banned in Brandenburg
  191. Extension to parenting payments scrapped
  192. Red Robben suspended for two matches
  193. The trial that captured the 'banality of evil'
  194. Daimler to team with Bosch on electric car venture
  195. Hooliganism on the rise, German police say
  196. Sisters found murdered in Lower Saxony
  197. Lufthansa pilot caught with deadly slingshots
  198. Deutsche Bank plans restructuring to dodge US regulations
  199. Airport worker fired for filming women on the toilet
  200. Future of Berlin's cricket community in jeopardy
  201. Train drivers to strike Thursday, Friday
  202. Economy growing faster than expected
  203. Giant seesaw to honour German reunification
  204. NATO calls for Qaddafi ouster as Tripoli bombed
  205. President Wulff pelted with eggs
  206. Scientology recruiting kids through Facebook
  207. US slams Deutsche Bank for financial crisis role
  208. Brüderle: nuclear power exit to cost billions
  209. Germans back troops for EU humanitarian mission in Libya
  210. Nuke shutdown could boost energy profits
  211. Brüderle wants Libya's assets for relief aid
  212. Berlin artists protest against Tacheles closure
  213. No quick change in Libya, says intel chief
  214. Joschka Fischer rules out chancellorship bid
  215. Germany crush USA in Fed Cup
  216. No quick change in Libya, says intel chief
  217. Summer-like weather expected as Easter nears
  218. Berlin urges Finland to back euro consensus
  219. Deutsche Bahn spending EUR 600 mln on diesel trains
  220. Shots fired as rival circus clans brawl in double booking row
  221. Woman arrested for burgling homes during funerals
  222. Koch-Mehrin plagiarism charges thicken
  223. Ice Bears take fifth national hockey title
  224. Engineers make cycling even greener
  225. Neuer confirms he's leaving Schalke 04
  226. Youngest surviving premature baby released from hospital
  227. Parties agree Stuttgart 21 price cap and vote
  228. Islamist preacher ordered to leave Germany
  229. Oliver Kahn fined EUR 125,000 for tax evasion
  230. Defence Ministry warns cuts could ruin forces
  231. Accident involving truck full of candles closes motorway to Poland
  232. Merkel to meet Abbas as Europe mulls recognising Palestininan state
  233. Germany enjoys better weather than the Med
  234. Police called to investigate noise find lone jiggling vibrator
  235. Bishop says EU must accept North African refugee
  236. Jahn determined to remove ex-Stasi workers from files authority
  237. Car industry must downsize, says new Green state premier
  238. Chernobyl remembered at French protests
  239. Electricity network head says no danger of blackouts
  240. Low-paid 'mini-jobs' on the rise
  241. Sarrazin pardon sparks fierce SPD backlash
  242. Every fifth German has a drinking problem
  243. After glorious sunny holiday weekend, rain returns
  244. Two thirds of joggers may be damaging themselves
  245. Hugh 'House' Laurie plays New Orleans blues in Hamburg
  246. Frankfurt bouncers held in Briton's beating death
  247. Typo turns Eurovision gay
  248. Deutsche Bank quarterly profit surges
  249. One third of Deutsche Bahn trains found late
  250. Germans cool to marriage and monogamy