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Canada: Circumcision Opponents Rejoice Over German Ruling

After a German court ruled on June 26 to ban circumcision, debate about the practice continued in Canada and elsewhere. Judges in Cologne, Germany, ruled that the "fundamental right of the child to bodily integrity outweighed the fundamental rights o...

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One Part of HIV/AIDS Series Examines Germany's Government Policies Surrounding Epidemic

As part of a week-long series, titled "Generation Positive," looking at the HIV epidemic in the U.S. and Washington, D.C., WTOP's Thomas Warren examines the history of HIV/AIDS in the U.S. compared with Germany, where he traveled as a fellow with the...

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10 HIV/AIDS Stories That Defined 2011 in the US

As the calendar marches toward 2012, there is good news – and not-so-good news – to report regarding the HIV/AIDS pandemic. In this slideshow, we take a brief look at some of the major HIV/AIDS stories that rocked 2011, particularly within the U.S.

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German Pop Star Found Guilty for HIV Transmission, but Gets No Jail Time

After a two-week trial, a German court has found Nadja Benaissa, a member of the pop group No Angels, guilty of causing bodily harm to an ex-boyfriend for having unprotected sex with him, not disclosing that she had HIV, and ultimately infecting him ...

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Germany: Hitler AIDS Ad Stirs Controversy

A German charity's new anti-AIDS campaign has sparked outrage due to its depiction of Adolph Hitler having sex.

The video shows blurry but explicit images of a nude man and woman engaged in sex, then reveals the man to be Hitler as it displays the t...