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Ukraine leads 2022 Google search trends in Germany

By DW
07 December 2022   |   12:27 pm
In 2022, German users primarily searched Google for news and background information on the Russian invasion of Ukraine. But there was also great interest in major sporting events, Queen Elizabeth II's death, and COVID.

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