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German far-right arrests reveal ‘shocking’ attack plot on mosques
The newly arrested members of a German far-right group are believed to have been plotting “shocking” large-scale attacks on mosques in Germany similar to the deadly ones carried out in New Zealand last year, a government official says.
German economy stagnated in final quarter of 2019
The German economy stagnated in the fourth quarter due to weaker private consumption and state spending, data showed on Friday, renewing fears of a recession just as Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives are preoccupied with a search for a new leader.
German GDP report shows economy stagnating
The German economy stagnated at the end of 2019, leaving it in a weakened state even before the emergence of the new coronavirus threat.
Iranian peripatetic ‘Retouch’ to vie at German festival
Iranian award-winning title ‘Retouch’, directed by Kaveh Mazaheri, is to attend the Bunter Hund International Short Film Festival in Germany from March 5 to 8.
Iran censures German FM’s ‘irresponsible, interventionist’ remarks over riots
Iran condemned German Foreign Minister Heiko Mass's remarks concerning the recent riots in the Islamic Republic following a decision to increase gasoline prices as “irresponsible and interventionist.”
German business brands US sanctions against Nord Stream 2 companies ‘attack on EU sovereignty’
The US has consistently threatened companies involved in the Russian-European pipeline project Nord Stream 2 with sanctions, trying to hinder the venture to deliver natural gas to the EU and bypass Ukraine.
German industrial slump deepens with worst output drop in decade
Germany’s industrial slump unexpectedly deepened in October amid a steep decline in investment goods, raising concerns that some of the early signs of a manufacturing revival may have already been smothered.
Thieves grab priceless jewels in German museum heist
Thieves have smashed display cases and grabbed priceless jewels from an eastern German museum in a lightning raid on one of Europe’s greatest collections of treasures, police say.
Consumption, exports helped lift German economy back to growth
Consumption and exports helped the German economy stay above water in the third quarter, when it unexpectedly eked out a modest expansion to avoid a recession.
German envoy: Hafez led Goethe to path of understanding among nations
German Ambassador to Iran Michael Klor-Berchtold described the world emanating from the thoughts of Hafez is a poetic world based on friendship and love, saying that the great Persian poet led the German poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe 200 years ago to reach a milestone in understanding among nations, IRNA reported.
German exports to shrink next year, first fall since global financial crisis
Germany's DIHK Chambers of Industry and Commerce said it expected exports to shrink next year for the first time since the global financial crisis over a decade ago as trade disputes and Brexit uncertainty hit Europe's largest economy.
Iran to hold German Cultural Week in Shiraz
The German Embassy in Tehran is organizing for a cultural week in the south-central city of Shiraz on the 200th anniversary of publishing the ‘West-östlicher Diwan’ (West–Eastern Diwan) by the German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
German factories feed unexpected rebound in industrial output
A jump in manufacturing fueled a surprise improvement in German industrial production following two months of decline. While good news, the development will do little to alleviate concerns about intensifying trade tensions and waning business confidence, Bloomberg reported.
German Green leader says bans work better than taxes
The leader of Germany's Greens, Annalena Baerbock, has called for a greater use of bans as a tool in environmental policy.

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