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Germany’ CSU gives Merkel ultimatum over refugees amid coalition crisis
The Christian Social Union (CSU) party of Germany’s Bavaria region, a key ally in Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives, has issued an ultimatum for the government to introduce restrictions on refugee arrivals in two weeks or face a real political crisis.
Stunned Germany pledges to bounce back from Mexico loss
Germany’s shock World Cup opening defeat to Mexico on Sunday has left its tournament plans in disarray but coach Joachim Loew sounded confident the world champion would quickly make amends.
France, Germany close to agreement on eurozone reform
Paris and Berlin are very close to an agreement on eurozone reform after months of divisions, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire has said.
Iran in talks to send manpower to Germany, Switzerland
Iran Technical and Vocational Training Organization is in talks with Germany and Switzerland to dispatch trained manpower to European countries, said the head of the organization.
France, Germany still divided on EU reforms
An official from the French government has indicated that his country and Germany are still at odds how they should proceed with reforms in the European Union’s united economic territory, known as the eurozone.
G7 summit may end without a communiqué: Germany
A German official has expressed doubts that an upcoming summit of the Group of Seven industrialized nations, known as G7, could end in a traditional final communiqué as massive differences linger between the United States and other members over issue like trade and the climate change.
Germany chancellor voices support for EU joint defense forces
Germany chancellor Angela Merkel has voiced support for the concept of a joint European defense force.
US military looking at deploying THAAD missile system in Germany
The United States military is looking to deploying an advanced anti-missile radar system in Germany.
AfD calls for parliamentary inquiry into Germany’s asylum policy
Germany’s far-right party AfD has called for an inquiry into how Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government has allegedly mishandled the country’s asylum applications since 2014 when a massive wave of refugees began hitting German borders.
France, German: EU to respond firmly to US tariffs
Germany and France have said that they will respond "firmly" to the US if it imposes tariffs on European steel and aluminum.
Germany's Mittelstand seek ways to maintain Iran business ties
Germany's small-to-medium-sized firms, or Mittelstand, are scrambling to work out how to maintain business in Iran after a meeting between Germany's foreign minister and his US counterpart.
Germany to compensate for phasing out nuclear power
The German government approved a draft law Wednesday that paves the way for energy giants RWE and Vattenfall to receive hundreds of millions of euros in compensation for the country's decision to phase out nuclear power.
Germany to help firms trading with Iran 'where it can': Minister
Germany will help firms maintain business with Iran where it can after the US decision to re-impose sanctions on the Islamic Republic, said the country's minister for economic affairs and energy.
Germany to help firms trading with Iran 'where it can': Minister
Germany will help firms maintain business with Iran where it can after the US decision to re-impose sanctions on the Islamic Republic, said the country's minister for economic affairs and energy.

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