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When she read about a 'tailoring studio' in Auschwitz, historian Lucy Adlington set out to find more about the death camp inmates employed as dressmakers.
An interview with Annalena Baerbock ended up being a blank page in Germany's most-read newspaper after the Greens' candidate for chancellor and editors couldn't agree on a date to talk.
Hungary's postal service is due to stop daily newspaper delivery in July. The official line is that it is no longer profitable but critics regard the step as another move to squeeze the country's independent media.
Trump's pledge comes months after the Pentagon said they would stop publishing Stars and Stripes by the end of September. Previously, a group of lawmakers urged Defense Secretary Mark Esper to reconsider its fate.
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