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Britain, France, Germany claim in letter to UN chief Iran has ‘nuclear-capable missiles’
Having failed to fulfill their commitments to Iran under a 2015 nuclear deal, the European signatories are now accusing Tehran of possessing “nuclear-capable ballistic missiles,” claiming its latest missile activities are “inconsistent” with a UN resolution that endorsed the accord.
Russia responds to Germany’s ‘groundless’ expulsion of diplomats
Moscow says the expulsion of two Russian diplomats from Germany over the allegation of killing a Georgian man in Berlin is “groundless” and “unfriendly.”
Portugal, France, Germany drawn together at Euro 2020 as England gets Croatia
Reigning European champion Portugal will come up against World Cup winner France and Germany in the standout group at Euro 2020 following Saturday's draw for the tournament in Bucharest, as England came out alongside Croatia.
Rocky road ahead of Merkel after ally loses shock vote
Angela Merkel faces a rocky political road ahead as she battles to hang on until 2021 as German chancellor, after her junior coalition partner SPD elected a left-leaning leadership duo.
Protests as Germany's far-right AfD gathers to pick new leaders
Thousands of people rallied on Saturday against the far-right Alternative for Germany in the western German city of Brunswick where the AfD gathered to elect new leaders.
Germany damaging the European economy
By Maximilian Krahé & David Adler*
Thousands of farmers hold mass tractor protest in Germany
Thousands of farmers have driven their tractors to Berlin's famed Brandenburg Gate in a mass protest against new environmental regulations they say threaten their livelihoods.
Germany embracing LNG to reduce dependence on Russian gas
In a bid to diminish dependence on Russian natural gas Germany is embracing liquefied natural gas technology (LNG), while at the same time preparing to benefit from the Gazprom-led Nord Stream 2 project.
Turkey asks Germany to hand over SDF commander-in-chief
Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has called on German officials to arrest and extradite the commander-in-chief of the Kurdish-led so-called Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), weeks after Turkish army troops and their allied militants launched a cross-border incursion into northern Syria against the People's Protection Units (YPG), which forms the SDF’s backbone.
Global economy on thin ice with frail trio from China to Germany
The vulnerability of global growth to trade conflicts and dependence on US momentum were exposed as Asia’s biggest economies faltered and Germany barely dodged a recession.
Germany teeters on recession, but it’s not all bad news
Germany’s recent glimmer of hope after a year of industrial doldrums risks coming too late to prevent wider weakness from taking hold.
Germany warns France against undermining NATO security alliance
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas warned on Sunday against undermining NATO, in Berlin’s strongest response to date to French President Emmanuel Macron’s critical remarks about the security alliance.
Divisions rife as Germany marks 30 years since Berlin Wall fell
Germany on Saturday marks 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall that ushered in the end of communism and national reunification, as the Western alliance that helped secure those achievements is riddled with divisions.

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