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They remain in contact daily using French as he speaks no German and she no Arabic. He tells her that the children pose no problem to their planned wedding, adding; 'Your children are my children.'The plan is for her to fly to Tunisia in the summer, marry, and bring back Amri to Berlin - if the authorities would allow it.

He calls her 'mon amour' - my love - and she refers to him as 'mon coeur,' or my heart. But he knows that.'Her children were fathered by Palestinian and Kurdish partners. She says she has already lost friends due to her cyberspace love affair with Amri, but added: 'Walid is also just a human being.

At around noon the train stopped at Magdeburg station.

The athlete was stretching her legs on the platform when a policeman approached her and asked to see some ID.

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A woman in Berlin is planning to marry the brother of assassin Anis Amri and bring him back to live in the city.

More about us You can support Rails Girls Summer of Code as a coach, a mentor or as an organizer helping in various areas such as fundraising, editing, working on our sites or helping the students find Open Source projects.

When it comes to cinema, Saudi Arabia does not have much of a tradition, with only a few feature films and documentaries produced every year.

Barakah Meets Barakah, which got a great reaction from the Berlin audience, is careful to show traditional Saudi culture in a positive light.

The movie "Berlin '36" is currently being screened in Germany.

A woman in Berlin is planning to marry the brother of assassin Anis Amri and bring him back to live in the city.

More about us You can support Rails Girls Summer of Code as a coach, a mentor or as an organizer helping in various areas such as fundraising, editing, working on our sites or helping the students find Open Source projects.

When it comes to cinema, Saudi Arabia does not have much of a tradition, with only a few feature films and documentaries produced every year.

Barakah Meets Barakah, which got a great reaction from the Berlin audience, is careful to show traditional Saudi culture in a positive light.

The movie "Berlin '36" is currently being screened in Germany.

But a group of young independent film-makers from Jeddah are hoping to change that - by bringing their film to the Berlin film festival.