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Protests as German MPs back scrapping coal-fired power plants by 2038
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Travel awaits as England to end quarantine
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Nicola Sturgeon: UK policy on air bridges has been shambolic
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Sane completes Bayern switch: Germany winger in profile
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English holidaymakers given green light to travel abroad from Saturday
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Sane close to completing permanent Bayern move, says Guardiola
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Leroy Sane: In Profile
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Merkel aware of 'high expectations' for Germany's EU presidency
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Germany extends COVID-19 lockdown in Gütersloh but eases restrictions in Warendorf
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France completes shutdown of oldest nuclear plant at Fessenheim
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'Moment of truth': Macron wants EU recovery fund agreement in July
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Europe's week: Germany's EU presidency, COVID-19 and Eurovision
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Protest held against illegal detention of Baloch political leaders by Pakistan's security agencies.
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Philippines Investigating Wirecard, Missing $2 Billion
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Wirecard scandal puts regulators, EY in hot water
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Wirecard files for insolvency
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Poland's Duda promises 'stronger alliance' with Donald Trump during U.S. visit
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Are slaughterhouses turning into coronavirus factories?
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Coronavirus: England's quarantine scrapped for arrivals from 50 'low risk' countriesArrivals from Germany and Italy will also no longer need to isolate on either leg of the journey.
England to stop quarantine for dozens of nationsArrivals to England from Germany and Italy will also no longer need to isolate, ministers confirm.
Trump approves plan to withdraw 9,500 US troops from GermanyThe president has accused Germany and other Nato members of not contributing enough to the alliance.
Man City: Leroy Sane to join Bayern MunichManchester City agree to sell Germany winger Leroy Sane to Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich.
Germany investigates 30,000 suspects over paedophile networkPolice say they found a huge online network after arresting a man who shared images of child abuse.
Ennè: Singer finds 'different side' to Luton in lockdownPictures taken of Luton by musician and singer Enné will be used in an exhibition in Germany.
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson asks Germany for help to rescue UK's contact-tracing appBerlin's ambassador reveals two countries are 'moving forward together' - despite prime minister claiming its technology does not work
Boris Johnson confronted over claim no country has working coronavirus app - after 12m downloads in Germany'Germany - 12 million downloads. I checked that overnight', prime minister told - after challenging Labour to 'name a country' with an app
Coronavirus: Who is Germany's 'pig baron' Clemens Tönnies?The billionaire boss of Germany's biggest pork producer is a controversial football celebrity.
'Rubbish': Boris Johnson accused of misleading claim that no other country has 'functioning test and trace app'Millions of German citizens have downloaded country's coronavirus app since launch
Wirecard: Former boss arrested over €1.9bn scandalFormer chief executive Markus Braun arrested in Germany as investigators probe €1.9bn hole in accounts.
Coronavirus: Germany outbreak sparks fresh local lockdownAuthorities re-impose lockdown in a German region after an outbreak linked to a meatpacking plant.
Wirecard: Scandal-hit firm says missing €1.9bn may not existIn recent days the German payments company's chief executive has quit and its shares have slumped.
Germany coronavirus: Extra police enforce German tower block quarantineThe move follows clashes with residents who tried to break through a police cordon.
Germany riot: Gangs smash shops, attack police in StuttgartA night of mayhem leaves shops smashed up and looted in the industrial south German city.
Gelsenkirchen: Controversial Lenin statue erected in German cityThe statue was unveiled by a far-left party, despite fierce objections from the city council.
Russia says to react if Germany takes action on killing of Chechen ex-rebelMoscow will react if Berlin takes new actions against Russia over the killing of a Georgian national in the German capital last year, Russia's ambassador to Germany said on Thursday, Interfax news..
Timo Werner: How Chelsea move happened, how he will fit in and what happened to Liverpool deal?As Chelsea add Germany international Timo Werner to their attacking options, how did the deal come about? And is he worth £102.5m?
Former Pope Benedict leaves Vatican to visit ailing brother in GermanyFormer Pope Benedict travelled to his native Germany on Thursday to visit his ailing older brother, the Vatican said.
U.S. lawmakers offer bill to block Trump from German troop withdrawalU.S. congressional Democrats introduced legislation on Thursday to block President Donald Trump's plan to remove 9,500 troops from close ally Germany by prohibiting funding for a withdrawal of U.S...
Germany should not rule out Russia sanctions over Berlin murder: Merkel allyGermany should consider sanctions against Russia over the murder of a former Chechen rebel in Berlin last summer, a lawmaker from Chancellor Angela Merkel conservative bloc said on Thursday.
Germany wants to rescue talks with U.S. on digital services taxGermany wants to rescue talks with the United States on how to tax big digital firms such as Google , Amazon and Facebook , the finance ministry said on Thursday after Washington pulled out of the..
German prosecutors accuse Russia of ordering murder of former Chechen rebel in BerlinGerman federal prosecutors accused Russia on Thursday of ordering the killing of a former Chechen rebel in Berlin last summer and indicted a Russian man for the murder, which has severely strained..
Germany accuses Russia of Berlin park assassinationProsecutors say Russia ordered the murder of a Georgian man killed in broad daylight last summer.
Russian ambassador in Berlin summoned by German foreign ministry: RIARussia's ambassador to Germany was on Thursday summoned by the German Foreign Ministry, the RIA news agency reported, citing Russia's embassy in Berlin.
Germany expects EU sanctions against Russia to be extendedGermany expects European Union leaders this week to pave the way for an extension of EU sanctions against Russia over its involvement in the Ukraine crisis, a senior government official said on..
Coronavirus: Hundreds of abattoir workers test positive in GermanySchools in the area are closed after at least 650 workers in Gütersloh test positive for coronavirus.
Madeline McCann investigation: German police want to retest mystery saliva sampleNo DNA match found between evidence and latest suspect
Germany bans big events until October despite COVID declineGermany will extend a ban on large events until at least the end of October to try to avoid a new wave of coronavirus infections, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday.
Germany's SPD eyes Scholz as chancellor candidate for 2021 electionGermany's Social Democrats (SPD) will ask Finance Minister Olaf Scholz to be their chancellor candidate at an election next year when conservative Angela Merkel's fourth and last term ends, the weekly..
Germany approves 6 billion euro warship contract, 2.8 billion to Airbus: sourceThe German parliament's budget committee on Wednesday approved a 6 billion euro ($6.73 billion) contract to buy four MKS 180 warships from Dutch shipyard Damen, a source said.
German abattoir stops work, schools to close after 400 coronavirus casesSome 400 workers have tested positive for the new coronavirus at an abattoir in northern Germany, prompting the closure of local schools and an urgent investigation, officials said on Wednesday.
Illegitimate children of Jews evicted by Nazis are German citizens, court rulesA U.S. woman born to a Jewish father stripped of his German citizenship by the Nazis in 1938 cannot be denied naturalisation for being an illegitimate child, Germany's Constitutional Court has ruled.
Carlos Lehder: Pablo Escobar's crime partner freed from US jailCarlos Lehder, who co-founded the Medellín cartel and was captured in 1987, will live in Germany.
Exclusive: Amid Brexit impasse, Germany urges no-deal preparations - documentThe German government is urging other EU states to prepare for a no deal Brexit, according an internal document that casts doubt on Britain's optimism over chances of an early agreement on its future..
Brexit talks to enter 'hot phase' from September: German government documentNegotiations on the future relationship between Britain and the European Union will enter a hot phase from September, a German government document reviewed by Reuters showed.
Ka-boom! How Germany's 'Mr Thrift' Scholz came to splash the cashFour months is an eternity in pandemic politics. As recently as February, Finance Minister Olaf Scholz was Germany's Mr Thrift, a devotee of the "black zero" balanced-budget rule.
German minister, on Trump's troop pullout plan, says security not a commoditySecurity is not a commodity to be traded, German Defence Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer said on Tuesday in reaction to U.S. President Donald Trump's plans to cut the number of U.S. troops in..
Germany looks at buying new maritime patrol aircraft: documentGermany's Defence Ministry has stopped refurbishing the military's maritime patrol aircraft in favour of conducting a market study of possible replacements, a confidential ministry document reviewed by..
France says working with partners to pressure Iran at IAEA on inspector accessFrance said it was working with Britain and Germany to see the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog board of governors push Iran this week to cooperate fully and immediately to grant its inspectors access to sites..
Exclusive: CureVac becomes second company to test coronavirus vaccine in Germany - sourcesUnlisted biotech firm CureVac, which is due to receive German state backing, will become the second coronavirus vaccine developer to launch human trials of an experimental immunisation in the country,..
No details yet on Trump's Germany pullout, NATO chief saysNATO is seeking details on U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to cut U.S. troops numbers in Germany, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said on Tuesday, after the proposed reduction caught..
Germany has no detailed information about U.S. troop withdrawals: MaasGermany has not received any detailed information from the United States about troop withdrawals, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said on Tuesday during a visit to Warsaw.
Far-right suspect goes on trial for killing German politicianA suspected far-right sympathiser went on trial in Frankfurt on Tuesday for shooting dead a pro-immigration politician last year in a case that raised questions about whether Germany is doing enough to..
Walter Lübcke: Far-right suspects in court over politician's murderPro-migrant German politician Walter Lübcke was shot dead in his garden a year ago.
Trump confirms plan to cut troops in GermanyThe US president confirmed US plans on Monday to withdraw 9,500 troops from Germany.
Trump says U.S. to pull some troops from Germany over NATO spending feudPresident Donald Trump said on Monday he would cut the number of U.S. troops in Germany to 25,000, faulting the close U.S. ally for failing to meet NATO's defense spending target and accusing it of..