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Germany Carnival Parade Cancelled Due To Possible Terror Attack

BY JST NEWS If you were stoked to check out Germany city’s Braunschweig this weekend to partake in the popular carnival held each year since the 13th century, you were not in luck. German police cancelled the carnival street parade due to possible terror attack. According to Associated Press, police spokesperson Thomas Geese informed visitors […]

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OBSESSED! Meet Knut’s Half Bro: World’s Cutest Baby Polar Bear

BY TEAM JST Photo: Facebook/Zoo Rostock & Darwineum. Axel Dobbertin He’s still unnamed, but we’re already gushing! Back in 2006, Knut shook the world by a storm of warm fuzzies when he was the first polar bear cub to survive past infancy at the Berlin Zoological Garden in more than 30 years. Knut was born in […]

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Germany To Open Museum Where Hitler Committed Suicide

BY TEAM JST Photo: News.com.au It’s a part of history but is it one that will be celebrated by tourists? The massive Führerbunker where Adolf Hitler married Eva Braun before both committed suicide is now being reconstructed as a museum. SEE ALSO: Berlin Through The Eyes Of Our Creative Director The five bedroom Führerbunker in Berlin is where Hitler, […]

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A Look At Publications Around The World Reacting To Charlie Hebdo

BY TEAM JST Tragedy occurred yesterday in Paris, leaving the whole world now mourning for the loss of victims from the horrific gun shooting. The target was Charlie Hebdo, a non-conformist, extremely left-wing, satirical weekly newspaper which often depicts Prophet Muhammad in a mocking manner. Let’s not forget that Prophet Muhammad’s image is so sacred that it’s […]

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Meet JST Instagrammer Of The Week: @DiningTraveler

BY DESIREE CONSTANCE CHOY Born in New York and raised in Puerto Rico, Jessica van Dop DeJesus had a taste of many cultures from an early age. Jessica caught the travel bug as a young Marin Corps officer on an assignment in Okinawa, Japan, and since then, has lived in the U.S., Puerto Rico (some […]

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Gender Gap Is Closing – For Now – On Streets Of Dortmund, Germany

BY TEAM JST Photo: tagesspiegel.de If you’ve ever been to Berlin’s Ampelmann Shop, then you’ve already met this guy. He’s the one who telling you when to cross the street of Germany. Now the city of Dormund will be introducing his female version: Ampelfrauen. Shown as the stop light signal to “keep walking”, Ampelmännchen has been the beloved symbol in Eastern Germany. As […]

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What Happened To The Learjet With Bono In It?

BY JST NEWS En route from Dublin to the Bambi Awards in Germany where U2 was honored and set to perform at the show, the plane that carried the Beautiful Day singer had a major glitch. The door of the Learjet 60 D-CGEO broke off at 8,000 feet in air, as explained by an official with the […]

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