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German media 'not falling for AfD anymore,' says OBS study

Tuesday 21:50 GMT

German media outlets aren't allowing themselves to be baited by the populism of the Alternative for Germany (AfD) as much as they used to, according to a new study published on Monday.

Berlin's AfD spokesman Ronald Gläser dismissed the study, criticizing that it addressed only the AfD's relations with "what we see as one-sided mainstream media." The fact that a certain group, in this case the AfD, had made it its aim to appear as often as possible in the media they say they hate."

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In Yemen's war, locals struggle to stay neutral

Sunday 08:04 GMT

Adam Baron, a visiting fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations in London, adds that people who are politically active have little space in Yemen to remain neutral.

On the morning of October 6, Rahab* was hauled away from a student demonstration in the heart of Yemen's capital, Sanaa. Like her peers, she was fed up with soaring food prices and a lack of basic services, so she joined the protests against the Houthis who control the capital.

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Source: Common Domain

The Beach is Never Far Away in Cottesloe, a Suburb in Western Australia’s Perth

Sunday 12:39 GMT

Bondi in Sydney, Australia, is well known internationally for its beachside lifestyle, but far away on the opposite side of the country, the suburb of Cottesloe in Perth arguably offers something closer to that ideal.

There is a lot of wealth in Cottesloe, but the suburb isn’t known for being ostentatious; homes tend to be more understated than the mega-mansions of nearby Mosman Park and Peppermint Grove.


“Four hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a thousand bayonets...” ― Napoléon Bonaparte