Thursday, September 1, 2011

Daily Bulletin | 01.09.2011, 18:30 UTC

DEUTSCHE WELLE
DAILY BULLETIN | 01.09.2011 | 18:30 UTC
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WORLD
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Arab World
'For Libyans, the priority is taking care of basic needs'

Senior officials from around 60 countries meet in Paris on Thursday to
secure financial and other support for Libya's transitional government.
Analyst Hamadi El-Aouni says Libyans want help with the basics first.

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Hunger, help, hope

East Africa is suffering from the worst famine in decades. Especially badly
affected is Somalia, where hundreds of thousands of people - above all
children - face starvation. Special coverage from DW-WORLD and DW-TV.

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United States
US wastes billions on private contractors in Afghanistan and Iraq

For the past decade, private contractors have increasingly taken on
essential military tasks during America's wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. A
congressional commission has discovered widespread waste, fraud and abuse.

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GERMANY
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Politics
Merkel faces anger after bypassing parliament in her euro policy

Concerned that the German parliament has little say over the future of the
eurozone, some members of Chancellor Angela Merkel's own party are pushing
for a greater role in her European policy.

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CULTURE & LIFESTYLE
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Entertainment
Fassbinder star Rosel Zech dies

German actress Rosel Zech has died aged 69 in a hospital in Berlin. She was
a well-known face on German TV, in the theater and in films by directors
such as Rainer Werner Fassbinder.

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Art
Quartet faces German court in multi-million euro bogus art case

Nearly 200 witnesses are set to appear in court as one of the most
significant art forgery cases in post-war Germany opens. Four people stand
accused of earning 16 million euros from selling fake artworks.

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EUROPE
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Crime
Vandals deface monument to Jewish massacre

A Polish monument to the more than 300 Jews killed in the Jedwabne pogrom
during World War II has been vandalized, as police investigate its
connection to an ongoing bout of attacks on minorities.

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ENVIRONMENT & DEVELOPMENT
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Human Rights
Victims of genital mutilation fight for health coverage in Germany

Doctors say insurance companies may refuse to cover the costs of
reconstructing the external genitals because this is often mistaken for
aesthetic surgery.

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NL PROMOTION
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9/11: A day that changed the world

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