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Spiegel, Der


an illustrated weekly magazine published in the Federal Republic of Germany. It was founded in 1947 in Hanover and has been published in Hamburg since 1952. One of the most influential weeklies in the Federal Republic of Germany, the magazine is oriented toward the liberal circles of the bourgeoisie and the intelligentsia. Circulation, 1.1 million (1977).

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Jurgen Klopp's Reds were one of the clubs mentioned in the German newspaper Der Speigel's expose last month about a breakaway league.
"By his own admission, there are at least 14 articles," the magazine said, adding: "Could that figure actually be considerably higher?" Der Speigel said the reporter's actions were committed "intentionally" and "methodically".
German outlet Der Speigel claims to have documents showing controversial plans for leading clubs across Europe to form their own division outside the game's official jurisdiction by 2021.
So, Corbyn could be nothing but honest when Der Speigel asked him last weekend if Brexit could be stopped.
She told Der Speigel she initially didn't want to join Ronaldo's table, but he got her a drink and introduced her to his entourage.
Last year, German newspaper Der Speigel ( published a report showing how German automakers, including Volkswagen, Audi, BMW, Porsche, and Daimler, established a cartel in the 1990s to secretly work together on emissions standards.
Tulawie claimed that Tan had insisted that Der Speigel foreign editor Olaf Ihlau only talk and directly negotiate with him, or else Lorenz could get harmed.
"We read about it in [the German newspaper] Der Speigel," Joanna said.
to over 400,000 customers, according to Der Speigel. Deutsche Telekom, in which
He said he had received more than 10,000 messages, including death threats against him and his family and profane insults, before Der Speigel withdrew him from Turkey out of concern for his safety.
The Der Speigel report included a leaked NSA graphic from 2008 that laid out the program being developed, referring to it as a "software implant" that allows infiltrators to retrieve data from iPhones such as contact lists and to even turn on and use the device's microphone and camera.
Despite attempts to open their garage doors, the residents were unable to do so and the problem laid with the US' spy agency NSA's radio antennas, which was broadcasting at the same frequency as the garage door openers, Der Speigel reports.