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German business confidence dives again as economy wobbles
A slump in German business confidence deepened in June as trade tensions weighed on manufacturers.
German manufacturing decline eases as services grow
Activity in Germany’s services and manufacturing sector edged higher in June, a survey showed on Friday, suggesting that growth in Europe’s biggest economy has stabilized at a moderate pace in the second quarter.
German hospital establishes new department for climate change patients
The Charité University Hospital (Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin) opened a new department that focuses on investigating the potential consequences of climate change on health.
German FM in Tehran, pledges no 'miracles' on JCPOA
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas says his country remains firm in supporting the 2015 nuclear deal but can't pull off "miracles" in the face of US pressures on Iran.
German industry output, exports fell sharply in April
Both German industrial output and exports fell more than expected in April, data showed on Friday, highlighting the vulnerability of Europe’s largest economy to headwinds from trade frictions and Brexit uncertainty.
German killer nurse gets life for 85 hospital murders
A German nurse believed to be the most prolific serial killer in the country's post-war history is handed a life sentence for murdering 85 patients in his care.
Sanding tall: Massive German sandcastle breaks world record
An enormous sandcastle built in the German seaside town of Binz has made it into the Guinness Book of World Records as the tallest ever structure of its kind.
German diplomat: European countries to continue efforts to preserve JCPOA
A senior German diplomat said European countries will continue efforts to preserve a 2015 landmark multilateral nuclear accord between Iran and the world powers.
Palestine censures anti-BDS vote by German lawmakers
The Palestinian Foreign Ministry has criticized a recent vote by German lawmakers against the international Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement, which targets Israel.
German FM: EU convinced US maximum pressure won’t work on Iran
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said Europe is convinced that Washington’s strategy of maximum pressure on Iran will not work.
'First ray of hope' as German economy returns to growth
The German economy returned to growth in the first quarter as householders spent more freely and construction activity picked up, but the government cautioned that the outlook remained clouded by trade disputes.
German exports rebounded unexpectedly in March
German exports rose unexpectedly in March, data showed on Friday, raising hopes that a slowdown in Europe’s largest economy will not significantly dent growth in the first quarter despite headwinds from trade disputes.
Lackluster German industrial orders point to weak growth
German industrial orders rose less than expected in March after two months of steep declines, data showed on Tuesday, bringing little relief for Europe’s largest economy which is facing a sharp slowdown in growth.
New Madeleine McCann suspect is German investigated for alleged child sex offences
The new suspect in the Madeleine McCann case is a German man already being investigated over alleged child sex offences.
German orchestra’s concerts underway at University of Tehran
A German orchestra, ‘Ensemble Horizonte’, is performing at University of Tehran’s faculty of Fine Arts. It opened on May 4 and will wind up on May6.

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