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Germany Seeks Bigger Role On Global Issues

5975531465831885900.png "Germany should make a more substantial contribution, and should make it earlier and http://www.savingsdaily.com/post/my-brothers-keeper-to-open-berlin-fests-perspektive-section-610 more decisively if it wants to be a good partner," Gauck said. His remarks was echoed by Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen, who said in the conference that Germany was ready (visit site) to shoulder more responsibilities. Germany would remain engaged in the north of Afghanistan "to support Afghanistan on its own path towards stability and peace," she said, adding that her country was also willing to support an upcoming mission of the European Union (EU) in the Central African Republic. "Indifference is not an option for [link] Germany," said von der Leyen. "As a major economy and a country of significant size, we have a strong interest in international peace and stability. Given these facts, the federal government is prepared to enhance our international responsibility." Earlier this month, the minister said she aimed to increase German armed forces deployed abroad. Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier also said in an interview on Thursday that Germany should be more involved in handling conflicts.
More: http://www.globaltimes.cn/NEWS/tabid/99/ID/840475/Germany-seeks-bigger-role-on-global-issues.aspx


Romania Lifts Ban On Lars Von Trier's 'nymphomaniac 2'

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Paris Swoop To Bring In Cabaye From Newcastle

http://betcheslovethis.com/files/uploads/images/paris1.jpg Related Items Last-16 contenders out Cabaye, 28, has signed a three-and-a-half-year deal with the Ligue 1 champions after passing a medical on Tuesday morning and could make his debut as early as Friday when Paris host FC Girondins de Bordeaux. "I was won over by the ambitious project at Paris Saint-Germain and I cannot wait to join this exceptional squad and help the team reach their objectives in France and in Europe," said Cabaye, who has won 26 caps for France. "I am very happy visit this site to be back in France. I haven't sites talked much with Laurent Blanc yet, but today a player cannot turn down a move to PSG. I want to win titles and I didn't hesitate as soon as I had the chance to sign here." The move ends a two-and-a-half-year spell in north-east England for Cabaye, who joined the Magpies for around 5m from LOSC Lille in summer 2011. He scored 17 goals in 79 Premier League games for the club, none more notable than the winner in December's 10 victory at Manchester United FC, Newcastle's first Old Trafford success for 41 years. Paris are three points clear at the Ligue 1 summit and travel to Bayer 04 Leverkusen in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League round of 16 tie on 18 February. Newcastle, meanwhile, have announced the loan acquisition of Dutch international striker Luuk de Jong.
More: http://www.uefa.com/uefachampionsleague/news/newsid=2047821.html


Narrative Surrounding Ronaldo, Messi, La Liga Undergoing Major Shift

5972947592068672924.jpg It turns out that Ronaldo did not know he had won the award until Pele said his name -- in fact, he thought Franck Ribery was going to win it -- and when he saw his family in the audience, crying, and his son running towards him, he lost it. The strict, stern, unsmiling 'Commander' as mocked by FIFA president Sepp Blatter at his Oxford Union address has a human side and, whether you believe the appearance of his son was stage-managed or not, it was hard to seriously dispute the final result (even if the voting journalists did). The pictures that went around the world, of Ronaldo crying with the trophy and Pele putting an avuncular arm on his shoulder, might have had another impact: improving his image. "For those who do not know me, it must have been a big surprise to see me crying like that, because they always see me serious on the pitch -- yet those who are close to me know that I am a natural person, spontaneous too," Ronaldo told trophy co-organizers France Football this week. Ronaldo, he said, was showing "my sensitive side." He did more of that in the interview, in which he admitted to making mistakes in the past -- "when I said people were jealous because I was young, beautiful and rich, it was a mistake. I spoke after a match where I was angry because I had not scored" -- and coping with the hostility shown to him at away games. This image of Ronaldo was far from Blatter's version. He takes his son to school every day, naps with him in the afternoon, avoids public places to avoid stressing his family, and sometimes heads to the gym after getting back from an away match at 4 in the morning, because "it's the little details that make a big difference." Ronaldo does plenty of charity work but did not want to talk about it, aside from mentioning some seriously ill children he is trying to help. "My parents always said: 'If you help someone, God will reward you.'" WATCH: There's no stopping this Ronaldo rocket He is still close to download his childhood friends in Madeira and overall he came across internet as a doting dad, decent guy and uber-professional whose role models included Gary Neville, Raul, and Luis Figo.
Full story: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/soccer/news/20140124/ronaldo-messi-madrd-barcelona-la-liga-narrative/


"boston Loves Impressionism" For Valentine's Day

Kim Kardashian 5972785274574160446.jpg 14, 2014). The artworks may include pieces by Van Gogh, Monet, Degas, Renoir, Cezanne, Pissarro, Mary Stevenson Cassatt, etc. These are all household names Kim Kardashian in the art world and rightly so. Why does "Boston Love Impressionism"? The MFA Boston Kim Kardashian says: "Bostonians were among the worlds first collectors of Impressionism, a style commonly derided as depraved by Parisian critics of their day. By 1892, when Bostons St.
More: http://www.examiner.com/article/boston-loves-expressionism-for-valentine-s-day