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The German Chancellor, battling to form a new government to salvage her political future, warned it would be a 'tough day' of talks, which were expected to stretch well into the night.She said her conservative Christian Democrats would 'work constructively to find the necessary compromises but we are also aware that we need to execute the right policies for our country'...Concrete bollards in pedestrianised areas are set to be erected across the country for the festive events to prevent vehicles from driving into crowds of people - similar to the Berlin attack last year.

The year that had given birth to revolutionary Communism was also the year in which an apparition had occurred at Fatima on the other side of the European continent. Pleas for help to the Western powers had proved futile; there was to be no earthly aid for the Poles. But as the Soviet war machine closed in for the kill, the candles and their entreaty still burned at Czestochowa.Watching archive footage of these events – something the film intercuts well into the narrative – one is left feeling that the sense of victory and peace so much a part of the national stories of the Western Powers was, and still is, a tainted one.Nevertheless, there was yet another miracle during these years of war and occupation. Not only did he survive, but the experiences of totalitarianism and the wars and terrors they provoked formed the basis of his thought and direction for the rest of his life.Decades earlier, Stalin had dismissed the Church mockingly asking how many ‘divisions’ the Pope had at his disposal.On that October night in 1978, as the flashlights and cameras focused on the newly elected Pope as he greeted the crowds below him in St.

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