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The philosopher's lecture from 1967 on right-wing radicalism has become a bestseller. The German thinker, who died 50 years ago, saw how far-right movements were intertwined with capitalism and nontransparent democracy.
A plan to allow referees to issue yellow and red cards to coaches in the Bundesliga has been met with criticism from the coaching fraternity. It remains unclear whether coaches could face bans after three yellow cards.
If you've been to Paris, you've most likely visited the usual tourist hotspots: The Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe … it's the usual, tired old list of big attractions. But there's a lot more to Paris that it's big attractions: Its little attractions. Keith Walker speaks with author Emma Jacobs who has written a beautiful little book called "The Littler Museums of Paris."