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A New German Home for Syrian Migrants

January 23, 2018 |

Sonnenallee, a three-mile long axis that cuts through a working-class district of Berlin has become known as “Arab Street,” the place where Syrian migrants can eat, shop, look for work and learn about their new home.
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German authorities tell Audi to recall 127,000 diesels

January 22, 2018 |

A spokeswomen for Germany’s transport ministry says Volkswagen’s Audi brand is being told to recall 127,000 cars diesel cars that reduce emissions controls when not being tested.
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German Social Dems Entering Coalition Talks With Merkel

January 21, 2018 |

Germany’s Social Democrats have voted to enter coalition talks with Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives, a key step toward ending political gridlock and forming a new government. Delegates in Bonn voted 362 to 279 on Sunday in favor of opening the coalition talks, the AP reports. Once a coalition agreement is…
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Merkel’s Political Future Hinges on German SPD Vote

January 18, 2018 |

Delegates from Germany’s center-left Social Democratic Party will meet to decide whether to forge a ruling alliance with Angela Merkel’s conservatives and usher in the German chancellor’s fourth term in office.
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German Engineering Yields Warship That Isn’t Fit for Sea

January 13, 2018 |

Germany’s naval brass dreamed up a warship that could ferry marines into combat anywhere, go up against enemy ships and stay away from home ports for two years with a skeleton crew. But now it turns out it doesn’t work.
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Merkel Edges Closer to Fourth Term as German Chancellor

January 12, 2018 |

Angela Merkel took a big step toward clinching a fourth term as Germany’s chancellor when her conservative party and its center-left rivals agreed on the broad lines of a renewed alliance.
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German Price Growth Bodes Well for ECB

December 30, 2017 |

Prices rose more than expected in Germany this month, a sign of higher inflation in the eurozone that could pave the way for the European Central Bank to withdraw its aggressive policy measures.
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Tighter Security Joins Festive Spirit at German Christmas Markets

December 19, 2017 |

German authorities in Germany have stepped up security around the beloved seasonal festivals in a bid to prevent a repeat of last year’s Berlin Christmas market attack that left 12 people dead.
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From German Faucets to Italian Chocolate, Trade Barriers Are Rising Again in Europe

December 18, 2017 |

The rise of economic nationalism is clashing with the open-market ideals of the EU’s original founders. Member states, including France and some in the east, are introducing new rules to favor domestic production and labor.
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German Social Democrats Agree to Talks With Embattled Merkel

December 10, 2017 |

Germany moved a small step closer to a potential solution to its political crisis after the largest opposition party said it would enter talks with Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives over forging a new government.
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