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German Dictionary and Translation Tool
From the U.S. Department of State
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German Language Newspapers
One of Switzerland's largest daily newspapers, published in Bern.
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
Conservative daily newspaper published in Frankfurt am Maim.
Austria's biggest regional newspaper; published in Graz.
Neue Zurcher Zeitung
Switzerland's newspaper of record, publishing official government messages as well as in-depth articles; Classically liberal, daily, published in Zurich.
Leading, daily, liberal Austrian newspaper published in Vienna.
Weekly German news magazine published in Hamburg; One of Europe's largest publications of its kind.
National daily Austrian newspaper; liberal, published in Vienna.
Largest German national daily newspaper; published in Munich with a liberal point of view.
Daily conservative newspaper published in Berlin.
Austrian daily, one of the most famous newspapers in Europe; Conservative, published in Vienna.
Most widely-read weekly newspaper in Germany; Published in Hamburg, it's noted for its journalistic quality; Liberal point of view.