In "Daily Second - Living every second" we have two entries from Britain and one from Spain that look at the lives of a baby, friends and dog using quick edits.
American troops have been stationed in Germany since World War II. The photo exhibition "Little America" at the Allied Museum in Berlin gives a rare glimpse into the lives of soldiers and their families.
A military-style firefight took the lives of at least 20 people in an attempted jailbreak in the city of Belem. Criminal gangs control many prisons in Brazil and inmates had teamed up with outside attackers.
More and more people are stepping away from daily life and onto a pilgrimage path like the Way of Saint James, which goes to Spain's west coast. Germany also offers pilgrims routes and help to meet their different needs.
On April 9, 2003, US soldiers toppled the statue of Saddam Hussein in Baghdad. Fifteen years later we know that this war cost hundreds of thousands of lives, plunged the Middle East into chaos — and was based on lies.
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