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1977: Women's Magazine "Emma" Launched in Germany  
A novel called "The Small Difference" made a great difference. Alice Schwarzer, active in the German and French feminist movements in the early 1970s, used the royalties from this novel to found her magazine.

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1874: Hugo von Hofmannsthal
1870: First Transcontinental Telegraph Line
1.2.2015 World leaders condemns IS beheading of Japanese journalist Goto
The beheading of Japanese journalist Kenji Goto drew by "Islamic State" terrorists drew condemnation from the international community. Japan's prime minister has vowed to pursue justice against the perpetrators.
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The first transcontinental telegraph went into service between London and the Teheran on February 1, 1870. When did the first transatlantic telegraph begin operation?