On May 8, 1945, Germany admitted it had been defeated and signed the capitulation papers.
Papua New Guinea police have moved in on the shuttered Australian-run Manus detention camp in an attempt to force hundreds of asylum seekers occupying it to leave. The camp long symbolized Canberra's strict asylum laws.
Hundreds of asylum seekers refused to leave the Australian-run detention center that was shut down on 31 October, citing fears for their safety. Now police have come to clear them out.
German authorities have released six young Syrians suspected of being members of the "Islamic State" due to the lack of evidence. Prosecutors had had reason to believe they were planning an imminent terror attack.
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