The World from Berlin The Turkish Dam That 'Would Never Have been Permitted' in Germany

The German government, along with the Austrians and Swiss, pulled their support for a huge hydro-energy project in Turkey this week. The required dam would have flooded an ancient city and displaced more than 10,000 people. German papers praised the decision, asking why it took so long to make.
-- Daryl Lindsey, 2 p.m. CET
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