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Voters went to the polls in Indiana's presidential primaries Tuesday, with Donald Trump hoping to knock out his rivals for the Republican nomination and Hillary Clinton seeking to further cement her status as the Democrats' presumptive nominee. Voters trickled in to cast their ballots after polling stations began opening at 6 am (1000 GMT), setting in motion a day of reckoning for the movement to "stop Trump" led by Texas Senator Ted Cruz. "We have to put him away tomorrow folks," Trump told a crowd in South Bend on the eve of the vote.
BERLIN (AP) — When the leader of Germany's Jews spoke out against the flow of Muslim migrants to Europe, a rabbinical student denounced his views as racist — and ignited a debate over whether Jews are right to fear unprecedented levels of immigration from Muslim lands traditionally hostile to Israel.