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Turkey is converting another former Byzantine church into a mosque
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"We will also immediately examine internally, how this campaign has been created and if control mechanisms failed in this case," German car-manufacturer tweeted after their new ad fueled controversy.
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The owners of a US bed and breakfast have removed a Norwegian flag from outside their business after being accused of promoting racism from people who thought it was a Confederate flag.
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German amusement park acts after uproar over 'swastika carousel'
An amusement park ride in south-west Germany has been taken out of operation because it looked like two rotating swastikas.
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