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30 years after fall of Berlin Wall, East Germans feel inferior

Reuters Wednesday, 25 September 2019
A majority of Germans in the former communist East feel like second-class citizens almost three decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall even though they are catching up economically with western regions, a government report showed on Wednesday.
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