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German museums report 2.5 million drop in visitor numbers in 2016
The number of visits to German museums fell by 2.2 percent in 2016 from the previous year, with museums focused on art and cultural history bearing the brunt of the decline, according to the German Museums Association.
German electronic band to give first Western pop concert in Iran in 39 years
German electronic musician Christopher von Deylen and his band Schiller will become the first pop group to perform in Iran's capital, Tehran, since the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
German SPD says outcome uncertain for impending government talks
A senior member of Germany’s Social Democrats (SPD) said her party would start talks next week with Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives on forming a governing coalition, a move that could end a political impasse in Europe’s largest economy.
German pilots ground over 220 flights, refuse to deport Afghan refugees
German pilots in the course of 2017 have stopped more than 220 planned flights that were supposed to repatriate refugees to Afghanistan.
German economy ‘going great guns’  as growth picks up further in November
Germany’s private sector shifted into an even higher gear in November as factories churned out goods at the fastest pace in nearly seven years, a survey showed, suggesting Europe’s biggest economy is firing on all cylinders.
Merkel’s attempt to form a new German government collapses
German Chancellor Angela Merkel declared failure in her bid to form a new government, throwing the future of Europe’s longest-serving leader into doubt and potentially pointing the world’s fourth-biggest economy toward new elections. The euro fell.
German exports dip, but robust orders brighten outlook
German imports fell more than exports in September to widen the country’s trade surplus, data showed on Thursday, leaving domestic consumption to drive growth in Europe’s largest economy.
US' nixing Iran Deal to worsen security situation: German FM
German foreign minister once again stressed that IAEA's confirmation of Iran commitment to the Nuclear Deal and said US withdrawal from the deal will worsen the security conditions in the Middle East.
German industrial orders jump on vibrant demand from abroad
German industrial orders bounced back in August, rising more than expected on strong foreign demand, data showed on Friday, suggesting that factories will contribute to overall growth in Europe's largest economy in coming months.
The indestructible Merkel wants to run Germany four more years
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is riding high in the polls ahead of September elections, having recovered from a slump in popularity after her 2015 decision to open Germany's doors to nearly a million refugees.
German foreign minister equates far-right AfD party with Nazis
Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel on Monday equated the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party with the Nazis who ruled the country from 1933 to 1945, an insult rarely heard in national politics.
Merkel suggests Iran-style nuclear talks to end North Korea crisis
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she can imagine an Iran-style nuclear talks format being used to end the North Korea conflict.
Germany rejects Poland call for WWII reparations
Germany dismissed on Friday Poland’s threat to demand new talks over World War II reparations from Berlin, saying the issue had already been settled in 1953.
German leader vows to halt Turkey’s EU accession talks
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has pledged to push EU members to consider suspending or ending Turkey’s accession talks, saying Ankara has been abandoning the rule of law.

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