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Lützerath

22 Jan
German police officials said the situation at Lützerath was calm a day after clashes broke out between climate protesters and police officials. The site lays bare the debate over Germany's climate challenges.
22 Jan
The police have succeeded in clearing demonstrators from the site of a coal mine expansion in western Germany. Climate protesters have vowed to carry on the fight despite the setback.
29 Dec
Germany had been winding down its brown coal production. Then an energy crisis hit. Now thousands of people have promised to resist January plans to demolish a village and dig up the coal beneath it.

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