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Alone before an invisible audience: German gunman lived online
The alleged perpetrator of Wednesday’s gun attack on a German synagogue had few friends, but a clear idea of the Internet audience he wanted to impress.
Germany to offer utilities less cash to close coal plants
Germany’s government has allocated less money in its budget for closing coal-fired power plants than the utilities that own them expect.
EU countries, including UK, Germany, ‘deeply concerned’ about Saudi rights record
More than two dozen European Union countries have expressed grave concern about the human rights situation in Saudi Arabia, the second such assertion over a span of six months.
Germany following realpolitik
By Hossein Ziaee*
Germany extends ban on arms sales to Saudi for another 6 months
The government of Angela Merkel has extended its ban on all German weapons exports to Saudi Arabia for a further six month-period despite some calls for loosening the restriction.
Germany extends arms export moratorium for Saudi Arabia
Germany decided to extend an embargo on exporting weapons to Saudi Arabia by another six months, a spokesman for the German government said on Wednesday.
Germany warns against early troop withdrawal from Afghanistan
A withdrawal of NATO forces from Afghanistan could see the country falling back under the strict rule of the Taliban, German Defense Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer said on Saturday.
Iran, Germany sign contract on flight check plane
Managing Director of Iran Airports Company Siavash Amir-Mokri said on Saturday that his country will buy its second flight check plane according to a $9.9 million worth of contract signed with Germany.
Germany asks Polish forgiveness 80 years after WW II outbreak
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Sunday asked Poland's forgiveness for history's bloodiest conflict during a ceremony in the Polish city of Wielun, where the first World War II bombs fell 80 years ago.
Germany urges US to talk with Iran
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas reiterated on Friday that a thaw in US-Iran tensions must result in new talks about the 2015 nuclear deal.
Here’s how Germany could boost its economy, if it wants to act
Germany’s economy is in trouble and the government is dithering over whether to provide support in the form of fiscal stimulus.
German refusal to join US-led Persian Gulf op ruins Washington's plans to show 'united West'
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas previously made it clear that Berlin would not sign up for a US-proposed plan to set up an international maritime force in the Persian Gulf to counter a purported Iranian threat.
Export malaise hits Germany as EU economic heavyweights struggle
Momentum in German exports slowed in the first half of 2019 and abruptly reversed in June, data showed on Friday, adding to signs of broad-based weakness in an economy increasingly relying on domestic demand to eke out even meager growth.

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