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Christmas market terrorist Anis Amri may have been used as 'lure': German newspaper - World News
Christmas market terrorist Anis Amri may have been used as 'lure': German newspaper 25 minutes ago
According to data obtained by Welt newspaper, German authorities knew more than a year in advance that Anis Amri presented a clear danger. Intelligence services may have hoped that he would lead them to other terrorists.
Germany: Number of new asylum seekers expected to be below 200,000 'benchmark' -World News
Germany: Number of new asylum seekers expected to be below 200,000 'benchmark' 25 minutes ago
Germany has said the number of new migrants is expected to fall for a second year in a row after peaking in 2015. And Interior Minister de Maiziere has praised a scheme that pays failed asylum seekers to return home.
Lauda says Lufthansa wants to 'destroy' Niki airline -World News
Lauda says Lufthansa wants to 'destroy' Niki airline 40 minutes ago
Austrian former racing driver Niki Lauda on Sunday accused German carrier Lufthansa of trying to destroy the Niki airline which he founded.
Migrant arrivals in Germany fall for second year in a row -World News
Migrant arrivals in Germany fall for second year in a row 5 hours ago
The number of new asylum seekers in Germany has fallen for a second year in a row following the mass influx that peaked in 2015, the government said on Sunday.
'Stupid idea' propels trail-blazing Silk Road runner -World News
'Stupid idea' propels trail-blazing Silk Road runner 7 hours ago
The world today is enough to make some people want to get up and just run to the ends of the Earth, so that's what Kai Markus decided to do.
German anti-Semitism commissioner idea backed by Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere -World News
German anti-Semitism commissioner idea backed by Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere 9 hours ago
Germany's interior minister has joined the chorus of politicians expressing concern over the burning of Israeli flags in Berlin. Germany's Central Council of Jews has been calling for an anti-Semitism commissioner.
German anti-Semitism commissioner idea backed by Interior Minister Thomas de Maizere -World News
German anti-Semitism commissioner idea backed by Interior Minister Thomas de Maizere 11 hours ago
Germany's interior minister has joined the chorus of politicians expressing concern over the burning of Israeli flags in Berlin. Germany's Central Council of Jews has been calling for an anti-Semitism commissioner.
Remembering Himmler's 'Auschwitz decree' to exterminate Roma and Sinti -World News
Remembering Himmler's 'Auschwitz decree' to exterminate Roma and Sinti 19 hours ago
Exactly 75 years ago, Heinrich Himmler instructed German police to bring "all gypsy mixed-bloods, Roma Gypsies and […] members of gypsy clans" to Auschwitz. The genocide of the Roma people was long ignored in Germany.
Germany's conservative CSU puts on 'Harmony Show' -World News
Germany's conservative CSU puts on 'Harmony Show' 23 hours ago
Horst Seehofer has been re-elected as Christian Social Union (CSU) leader and Markus Söder is to stand in the Bavarian election. But can a change of face at the top bring back voters? Kate Brady reports from Nuremberg.
Chaos-plagued Berlin airport won't open before 2020 -World News
Chaos-plagued Berlin airport won't open before 2020 1 day ago
German authorities said on Friday that Berlin's new international airport would not open before 2020, eight years behind schedule for a project that has become an enduring political scandal and national laughing stock.
US asks Deutsche Bank for info on Flynn-linked transactions: report -World News
US asks Deutsche Bank for info on Flynn-linked transactions: report 1 day ago
The US government has requested that Deutsche Bank provide information on transactions potentially linked to Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump's former national security advisor, The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.
'In the Fade' star Diane Kruger on her real-life agony -World News
'In the Fade' star Diane Kruger on her real-life agony 1 day ago
It is the most intense, critically-acclaimed role of her career, but Diane Kruger hardly had to act at all to play a grief-stricken woman robbed of her family in a bombing.
German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen calls to extend Bundeswehr deployment abroad -World News
German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen calls to extend Bundeswehr deployment abroad 1 day ago
The minister has called on parliament to renew the mandate of German troop missions regardless of whether a new government is formed by early 2018. She also pushed for continued presence in northern Iraq and Syria.
German banker takes 6 months to count 1.2 million inheritance pennies by hand -World News
German banker takes 6 months to count 1.2 million inheritance pennies by hand 1 day ago
A German truck driver bequeathed several decades worth of pennies to his family. But when they tried to cash it all in, an overly diligent bank clerk was forced to spend months combing through the bags.
German churches warn of increasing oppression of Christians worldwide -World News
German churches warn of increasing oppression of Christians worldwide 2 days ago
Christian minorities in the Middle East are at risk of disappearing entirely, Roman Catholic and Protestant Church leaders in Germany have warned. They have said religious freedom is threatened worldwide.
The Star of David and Germany's national interest -World News
The Star of David and Germany's national interest 2 days ago
The Israeli flag was recently burned at a protest in Berlin — and with it the Star of David. That it happened in Germany is particularly scandalous, because it awakens memories of the Nazi persecution of the Jews.
Germany's conservative CDU and CSU: Happy together, for now -World News
Germany's conservative CDU and CSU: Happy together, for now 2 days ago
Two years since her humiliating dressing-down, Angela Merkel was back as a guest at the CSU party conference. But how long can the unity between Germany's conservative parties last? Kate Brady reports from Nuremberg.
German 'Islamic State' bride regrets joining terror group in Iraq -World News
German 'Islamic State' bride regrets joining terror group in Iraq 2 days ago
In a televised interview, Linda W. has broken her silence on joining the "Islamic State" militant group. As she faces a possible death sentence in Iraq, Germany must answer the question: Is she a victim or a perpetrator?
2016 Berlin Christmas Market Attack: Terror Survivors Feel Abandoned by German Authorities -World News
2016 Berlin Christmas Market Attack: Terror Survivors Feel Abandoned by German Authorities 2 days ago
One year after the terror attack on the Christmas market in Berlin, the relatives of the victims feel like the German authorities have treated them callously or neglected them. Some of their anger is also directed at German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
End of an Era: Surveying the Ruins of Merkelism -World News
End of an Era: Surveying the Ruins of Merkelism 2 days ago
The Merkel era has been characterized by a deep yearning for stability. Yet her tenure has led to Germany's current period of instability. It is time to move on from Merkelism.
Country without a Government: Merkel's Difficult Road to a Coalition -World News
Country without a Government: Merkel's Difficult Road to a Coalition 2 days ago
Three months after the election, Germany is as far away from a governing coalition as ever and Social Democrats don't expect an agreement before Easter. Meanwhile, Germany's influence in the EU is on the wane. By DER SPIEGEL Staff
Facial recognition surveillance test extended at Berlin train station -World News
Facial recognition surveillance test extended at Berlin train station 2 days ago
Germany's interior minister says that a new electronic anti-crime identification system works well but needs more testing. Data protection activists, however, are very concerned about the number of false identifications.
10 fascinating facts about Beethoven to celebrate his birthday -World News
10 fascinating facts about Beethoven to celebrate his birthday 2 days ago
December 17th marks the baptism of one of the most prolific and talented composers in history - Ludwig van Beethoven. To commemorate this day, here are 10 fascinating facts about his life.
Six common questions people have about refugees in Germany -World News
Six common questions people have about refugees in Germany 2 days ago
No political issue that has arisen in Germany in recent years has aroused international interest like the refugee influx. We answer some frequently posed questions.
SPD's Martin Schulz announces preliminary German coalition talks -World News
SPD's Martin Schulz announces preliminary German coalition talks 2 days ago
Angela Merkel's CDU could be heading into another grand coalition government with the center-left SPD. Social Democrat leader Martin Schulz said that the party would start exploratory talks — but with some options.