Garmin announces Approach S40 golf GPS smartwatch: AutoShot integration helps you excel on the course
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Garmin announces Approach S40 golf GPS smartwatch: AutoShot integration helps you excel on the course

Image: Garmin Garmin is known for GPS products across a number of sectors, including marine, automotive, aviation, athletics, and more. One of its sports and fitness markets is golf and in that area Garmin has smartwatches, laser range…

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Opinion: Cacau shows German football still isn’t taking racism seriously enough
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Opinion: Cacau shows German football still isn’t taking racism seriously enough

Three men are being investigated by German police after allegedly aiming racist abuse at Ilkay Gündogan and Leroy Sané during Germany’s 1-1 draw with Serbia in Wolfsburg last week. But former Germany international Cacau, the German football association’s (DFB)…

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Mukhtaran Mai: ‘More Pakistani women are demanding their rights now’
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Mukhtaran Mai: ‘More Pakistani women are demanding their rights now’

Mukhtaran Mai was gang-raped in June 2002 on orders of a “panchayat” (village council) as “punishment” for her younger brother’s alleged illicit relations with a woman from a rival tribe. The rape made international headlines, with women’s rights…

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Frankfurt flights canceled after air traffic control software glitch
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Frankfurt flights canceled after air traffic control software glitch

Sixty-six flights to and from Germany’s busiest airport Frankfurt were canceled on Monday amid ongoing technical problems affecting air traffic control. Around 4,500 passengers traveling with the German airline Lufthansa were affected when 46 of its flights were…

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Why the world is watching Israeli TV series
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Why the world is watching Israeli TV series

Homeland — the golden globe-winning political thriller starring Claire Daines as the driven CIA agent Carrie Mathison — was adapted from the Israeli series Prisoners of War, and HBO’s In Treatment — starring Gabriel Byrne as a psychotherapist…

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Chinese investments in Europe: German EU commissioner floats EU veto right
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Chinese investments in Europe: German EU commissioner floats EU veto right

The EU’s budget commissioner, Günther Oettinger, proposed on Sunday giving the bloc the right to deny Chinese-funded infrastructure deals in Europe if they don’t serve the EU’s common interests. The call came a day after Italy signed on to…

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Romania recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s capital
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Romania recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s capital

Romanian Prime Minister Viorica Dancila said Sunday that her country would recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and relocate its embassy from Tel Aviv. The diplomatic status of Jerusalem has been hotly disputed since US President Donald Trump recognized the…

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Calls grow to change Japan’s laws on transgender people
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Calls grow to change Japan’s laws on transgender people

Should transgender people, i.e. people whose gender identity diverges from the sex they were born with, be sterilized before they can be accorded legal recognition? Japan’s legal situation is clear: At the start of the year, its Supreme…

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Thailand election result delayed with pro-junta party in lead
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Thailand election result delayed with pro-junta party in lead

Official results in Thailand’s first general election since the military coup of 2014have been delayed until Friday, the country’s election commission announced on Monday, after preliminary results put the pro-junta party in the lead. The vote pitted a royalist junta…

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German billionaire family to donate $11M over Nazi past
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German billionaire family to donate $11M over Nazi past

One of Germany’s richest families has said they will donate $11 million (€11.3 million) to charity after learning the extent of their family’s ties to the Nazi regime, according to a report by the mass-circulation Bild am Sonntag…

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