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Gas emanating from a leak on the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea on September 27. (Swedish Coast Guard/Getty Images)

Germany searched boat suspected of carrying explosives used for Nord Stream pipelines attack

Stephanie Halasz, CNN March 8, 2023

CNN– The German federal prosecutor's office searched a boat in January that was suspected of carrying explosives used in the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipeline detonations in September, according to a...

Kyiv marks one year of war with anxiety and a rallying cry from Zelensky

Ivana Kottasová, CNN February 24, 2023

CNN– One year after Russian President Vladimir Putin launched his invasion of Ukraine believing he’d take Kyiv within days, Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky struck a defiant note, insisting...

Germany won’t excavate WWI tunnel containing hundreds of soldiers’ bodies

Amarachi Orie and Nadine Schmidt, CNN February 11, 2023

CNN -- The remains of more than 200 German soldiers who were buried alive in a tunnel in northeastern France during the World War I will not be recovered. The German government...

Germany set to send Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine, Der Spiegel reports

Lauren Kent, Mick Krever and Rob Picheta, CNN January 24, 2023

CNN -- Germany is set to send its sought-after Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine to help bolster the country’s war effort, Der Spiegel reported on Tuesday evening, attributing to...

A Leopard 2 A7 main battle tank is seen at a military training area in Munster, northern Germany (file photo).
Patrik Stollarz/AFP/Getty Images

Why Germany is struggling to stomach the idea of sending tanks to Ukraine

Luke McGee, CNN January 21, 2023

CNN-- The past 12 months has forced European leaders to seriously rethink their approach to national security. If Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has confirmed one thing, it’s that peace on the continent...

Members of the Kent State field hockey team huddle up during a match. 

Coming to America: KSU’s international atmosphere

Jacob Hansen Reporter February 6, 2022

Freshman Jersey Hasenbos graduated from high school in the Netherlands before she had even heard of Kent State or thought about playing field hockey in the United States.  Now she’s an up-and-coming...

CDC confirms 15th case of coronavirus in America

Shelby Reeves Reporter February 13, 2020

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] has confirmed the 15th case of coronavirus in the U.S. The patient is in quarantine in Texas after an evacuation of Americans from Wuhan.The coronavirus,...

Madeline Steward explaining Valentine’s Day tradition at the Italy booth.

Valentine’s Day goes global in I Heart Travel Passport event

Alissa Reyes February 15, 2018

The Office of Global Education celebrated the love of travel with their passport event, part of “I Heart Travel Week,” in Bowman Hall Wednesday.The event, sponsored by the Office of International Programs...

Susanne Felder, senior back from Berlin, Germany catches a pass and gets ready to take the ball up field Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015. Susanne is one of the ten International players on the Kent State University girls Field Hockey team.

23 girls, 10 countries, one goal

Zac Sommer October 7, 2015

A team is a group of individuals coming together for a main purpose. These individuals set their differences aside and put all their focus into achieving one common goal.Out of the 23 girls on the Kent...


KSU professor shares experiences as child Holocaust survivor

Victoria Manenti April 16, 2015

When students step inside Sol Factor’s classroom, they may be surprised to find out that he has two identities: instructor of Jewish History and abandoned child Holocaust survivor.“It (his story) is...

Rescue helicopters and a rescue team from the French Securite Civile fly over the French Alps during a rescue operation after the crash of an Airbus A320 near Seyne-les-Alpes, France, on Tuesday, March 24, 2015. (Julien Tack/Abaca Press/TNS)

AP: German co-pilot was once treated for suicidal tendencies

DUESSELDORF, Germany (AP) — How could someone once diagnosed with suicidal tendencies get a job as a commercial pilot, entrusted with the lives of hundreds of people? That's the question being asked...


Main Street Kent brings back Oktoberfest

Mark Oprea September 30, 2014

October marks the 204th anniversary of the celebration of Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany. Saturday also makes for the first downtown Kent Oktoberfest in almost two decades.The German-American festival,...

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