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You can subscribe to SPIEGEL ONLINE International updates using Twitter. This means you'll receive a short message as soon as we publish a new article. As well as the new headlines, your Twitter inbox also includes links to the full article, should you want to read more. Click here to visit our Twitter page (you don't need to have a Twitter profile to check out the preview).
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First, create a Twitter profile, if you don't already have one. Next, log in. Then click on the SPIEGEL ONLINE tweet that interests you. The final step is to click "follow" in that window, and you're done! Starting immediately, you'll receive alerts on your Twitter page as soon as we publish a new article.
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