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Protesters vow to go ahead with Heathrow disruption despite arrests

Sep 12 2019

LONDON Climate-change activists have vowed to go ahead with plans to disrupt Heathrow with drones on Friday morning, despite the arrest of five of their members in a pre-emptive strike by London police.

Climate activists ready to risk arrest but not passengers' lives in Heathrow protest

Sep 12 2019

LONDON, Sept 12 Climate activists planning to disrupt London's Heathrow airport with toy drones said as they practised on Thursday that they would not fly them when planes were in the air and were prepared to be arrested.

From Parthenon of banned books to pipe homes of refugees - documenta 14 kicks off

Jun 09 2017

KASSEL, Germany A life-sized model of the Greek Parthenon - covered in forbidden books donated from around the world - stands in central Kassel right where Nazis once burned banned books.

From Parthenon of banned books to pipe homes of refugees - documenta 14 kicks off

Jun 08 2017

KASSEL, Germany A life-sized model of the Greek Parthenon - covered in forbidden books donated from around the world - stands in central Kassel right where Nazis once burned banned books.

Britons in Berlin look for ways to stay put as Brexit looms

Mar 28 2017

BERLIN As the United Kingdom prepares to trigger its divorce from the European Union, many Britons who have made Berlin their home are scrambling to get German citizenship as they try to ease worries about whether they can stay after Brexit.

Bosnian Roma family plays itself in stark film

Feb 14 2013

BERLIN When Bosnian director Danis Tanovic learned about a Roma family refused emergency medical care because they could not pay for it, he not only decided to turn their story into a film but managed to convince the couple to play themselves.

Bosnian Roma family plays itself in stark film

Feb 14 2013

BERLIN When Bosnian director Danis Tanovic learned about a Roma family refused emergency medical care because they could not pay for it, he not only decided to turn their story into a film but managed to convince the couple to play themselves.

What is art? German fair tests limits

Jun 08 2012

KASSEL, Germany Stroll through a park in the sleepy German town of Kassel this summer and you can explore fairytale cottages brimming with bizarre objects, hear the sounds of the Brazilian jungle and enter the set of a West African theatrical performance.

What is art? German fair tests limits

Jun 08 2012

KASSEL, Germany Stroll through a park in the sleepy German town of Kassel this summer and you can explore fairytale cottages brimming with bizarre objects, hear the sounds of the Brazilian jungle and enter the set of a West African theatrical performance.

What is art? German fair tests limits

Jun 08 2012

KASSEL, Germany Stroll through a park in the sleepy German town of Kassel this summer and you can explore fairytale cottages brimming with bizarre objects, hear the sounds of the Brazilian jungle and enter the set of a West African theatrical performance.

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