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1968: Emergency laws passed  
Tens of thousands of demonstrators made their way to Bonn to shout “Leave the constitution alone, SPD and CDU parties!” and other phrases in May 1968. The great coalition of SPD and CDU parties were meeting to ensure that controversial emergency laws would be passed through parliament. It provoked the biggest demonstration in the history of the Federal Republic.

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27.6.2017 Bundestag vote on gay marriage expected in coming days
Gay marriage could become a reality in Germany almost overnight after Chancellor Merkel made certain concessions. However, the issue is also being used as a political bargaining ahead of the September 24 elections.
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A mutiny on one of their battleships rattled the Russian navy on 27 June 1905. What was the ship called?
  Pravdokin
  Potemkin
  Pushkin
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