Chancellor Merkel’s chief of staff warns unvaccinated people may face limitations in Germany
Chancellor Angela Merkel's chief of staff warned that if COVID-19 infection statistics rise to new levels in the coming months, restrictions for unvaccinated people may be necessary.If Germany is hit by a significant fourth wave of COVID-19 infections, unvaccinated people may be banned from restaurants and movies.Helge Braun, minister for ...
German academic charged with spying for China
According to authorities, a political scientist suspected of being a secret agent for China has been charged in Germany. He can only be identified as Klaus L. in respect to German media law. The prosecutor’s office confirmed on Tuesday, July 6 that the suspect has been conducting his secret service for nearly ...
Disgraced German reporter could face donation fraud charges
A German journalist who was found to have made up information for numerous articles may now be charged with allegedly soliciting donations for Syrian orphans from his readers.The German magazine Der Spiegel said Sunday that its award-winning former reporter, Claas Relotius, had asked readers by email from his private account ...
Clouds grow over German economy after stocks hit bear market
Worries are growing about the strength of the German economy, Europe's largest, after a key indicator suggested fears about trade wars and Brexit are hitting business activity and after the country's main stocks index slid into a bear market. The Ifo Institute said Tuesday its business confidence index dropped to 101.0 ...
Trump meets with German car executives amid tariff threats
US says large chunk of trade deficit with Europe is in German car imports
U.S. welcomes cutoff of German telecom services to Iran’s bank Melli
US embassy in Berlin tweets thank you to Deutsche Telekom for reportedly disconnecting phone and internet services to Bank Melli's Hamburg branch
German car bosses reportedly invited to White House to discuss tariffs
Citing industry and diplomatic sources, Handelsblatt newspaper reports meeting could possibly take place as soon as next week
Turkish restaurant set on fire in German city of Chemnitz
German police say unidentified assailants apparently started a fire at a Turkish restaurant in an eastern city that saw violent anti-migrant protests recently. Saxony state police said residents were woken up by a loud bang at the restaurant in Chemnitz early Thursday, followed by smoke. They saw three people running away ...
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