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22 December 1989 – Brandenburg Gate re-opens

For many years, it was a symbol of the division of Germany: The Brandenburg Gate. Even after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the gate did not have an official crossing point - that changed on 22 December 1989.
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Light against darkness - Hanukkah in Berlin

On 16 December Minister of State Böhmer attended the ceremony of the lighting of candles to mark the beginning of the Jewish festival of Hanukkah 2014 in Berlin. more

10 years after the tsunami

The earthquake and subsequent tsunami on 26 December 2004 devastated large areas of the Indian Ocean coast. Hundreds of thousands of people lost their lives, and many of the survivors were injured and homeless. Our colleagues Karsten Tietz and Michael Banzhaf worked in Thailand and Indonesia following the tsunami. more

Germany increases winter relief in northern Iraq

Human Rights Commissioner Strässer travelled to northern Iraq on 13 and 14 December in order to gain an insight into the preparations for the protection of the refugees from the upcoming winter. more

Resolute Support: further support for Afghanistan

The German Bundestag has voted by a large majority in favour of Germany’s participation in the international training mission 'Resolute Support'. more

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German Information Centres (GIC) are designed to provide information about Germany in their host countries and rally support for German positions. These centres aim to arouse interest in Germany particularly among important young multipliers in the regional partner countries. more

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