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British International Development Secretary Priti Patel has quit her post amid a public outcry over secret meetings with Israeli officials. The scandal deals another blow to Theresa May's increasingly wobbly Cabinet.
German-Israeli historian Moshe Zimmermann discusses with DW the threats posed by the far-right party Alternative for Germany – and criticizes Israel's government for not having taken a clear position against them.
Germany was the manifestation of hell when Israeli writer Lizzie Doron was growing up in the 1950s. Now the winds of tolerance make it a desirable place, she writes describing her complex relationship with the country.
It began in July 2015 when it became known that Ai Weiwei had got his passport back and would be moving from Beijing to Berlin...
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