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Presiding judge of the First Senate of the German Federal Constitutional Court Ferdinand Kirchhof announces its verdict on the anti-terrorism database in Karlsruhe, Germany, Wednesday, April 24, 2013. Germany's top court has upheld the legality of an anti-terrorism database, but has ordered the government to tweak how it is operated. (AP Photo/dpa, Uli Deck)
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Presiding judge of the First Senate of the German Federal Constitutional Court Ferdinand Kirchhof announces its verdict on the anti-terrorism database in Karlsruhe, Germany, Wednesday, April 24, 2013. Germany's top court has upheld the legality of an anti-terrorism database, but has ordered the government to tweak how it is operated. (AP Photo/dpa, Uli Deck)

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