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Der Tagesspiegel ("The Daily Mirror") is a German-language daily newspaper that was founded in 1945. It is headquartered in Berlin and has regional correspondent offices in Washington D.C. and Potsdam.
Watching Notre Dame burn on April 15
Olivia Han

Notre Dame On Fire, 25 Front Pages From Around The World

PARIS — Firefighters said early Tuesday that they'd extinguished the final flames of the massive Notre Dame cathedral fire that began shortly before 7 p.m. local time Monday. Authorities say the cause of the fire may be "potentially linked" to ongoing renovations. The images of a blaze engulfing one of history's most iconic sights, which draws some 13 million visitors a year, captivated much of the world. Newspapers in France and around the world Tuesday dedicated their front pages to the drama in the heart of Paris.



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Berlin Christmas Market Attack On Front Page In Germany

"Fear of terrorism in Berlin," read the front page of Berlin-based daily Der Tagesspiegel on Tuesday, a day after a seven-ton truck plowed into a Christmas market in the heart of the German capital, killing 12 and wounding dozens.

German police are investigating the event as a terrorist attack. Early this morning, police raided a hangar that serves as refugee center. The suspected attacker, who was apprehended 2 kilometers from the scene of the crime, is a 23-year-old Pakistani who arrived in Germany as an asylum seeker in February, German tabloid Bild reports. Chancellor Angela Merkel said it was "difficult to stomach" that the assault was the work of someone who had come to Germany seeking asylum and that it was "particularly disgusting" for volunteers helping refugees.