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“Roland Berger’s self-deception: The star consultant, his Nazi father and the guilt of German industry
Roland Berger’s self-deception. ‘It was a moving story that Berger told. But it’s not true.’ Including interviews.
On May 31st in Ankara, 20-year-old Kurdish Turk, Barış Çakan, was stabbed to death by a group of Turkish ultra-nationalists. The victim is said to have listened to Kurdish music or, in another version of the events, asked the men to turn down their own music.
A mother and her six-year-old son fled to Texas from the violence in their homeland of Honduras. When they arrived, young Samir was ripped out of his mother’s arms. Two months later, they found each other again, but something had changed.
Detrimental effects on IQ, damage the brain of young children and exposed mothers gave birth to mentally retarded children.
Bangladeshi shopkeepers suffered years of threats and extortion in Palermo. Then they stood up to the gangsters — and won.
European citizens continue to eat and drink the insect poison believed by scientists to cause damage to children’s brains.
China is waging a digital war on its Muslim minorities. Xinjiang has become a suffocating information vacuum. But in a small neighborhood in Istanbul, a digital resistance has begun.