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1989: Herrhausen Murdered  
It was a beautifuful, crisp late autumn day in Bad Homburg on the morning of 30 November 1989. At around 8.30 in the morning, Dr. Alfred Herrhausen was being driven to work in an armour-plated limousine which was escorted by bodyguards. At 8.34 am Herrhausen was dead. The car was blown up -- he was the victim of a terrorist bomb attack.

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25.10.2021 Armed coup underway in Sudan with government ministers arrested by military group
Military forces have arrested most cabinet ministers and pro-government party leaders. PM Abdalla Hamdok has been taken to an undisclosed location, and has called upon the people to resist the coup.
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What famous term was coined by Sir Winston Churchill?
  The “Cold War”
  Don’t ask what the country can do for you.
  The Iron Curtain
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