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German Council Of Jews Chairman Condemns German Council Of Jews Chairman Condemns "Immensely Dangerous" PEGIDA Movement
In light of recent marches by the controversial PEGIDA movement, Germany's Central Council of Jews (ZdJ) has come to the defense of Muslims in Germany. Chairman Josef Schuster has warned to not underestimate the group. The newly-elected chairman of the council, Josef Schuster, said in Saturday's edi...
20.12.2014
21:27 Update - Turkey Denies Links With Alleged 'Spies' In Germany
Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency denies having any ties with three Turks recently detained and accused of spying in Germany.
19.12.2014
21:11
Dual Citizenship Law Takes Effect In Germany Dual Citizenship Law Takes Effect In Germany
Children of foreign parents living in Germany no longer have to choose a citizenship before they turn 23. But remaining a dual citizen is not automatic, as new legislation sets conditions that must be fulfilled. On Musa Cakilli's 18th birthday, a thick letter arrived at his home in Rüsselsheim. The ...
19.12.2014
19:18
German Ethics Body Rejects Organized Assisted Suicide German Ethics Body Rejects Organized Assisted Suicide
The German Ethics Council says it in principle rejects medically assisted suicide in the case of terminally ill patients. But its recognition of some exceptions to this principle has caused contention. A majority of the members of Germany's Ethics Council rejects organized assisted suicide carried o...
19.12.2014
19:18
Limited Win For Surrogacy, Gay Parenthood In Germany Limited Win For Surrogacy, Gay Parenthood In Germany
Gay and childless heterosexual German couples seeking to have children by non-traditional means have gained a small victory. If the surrogacy is done abroad, authorities must recognize the couple as the legal parents. In a landmark case made public on Friday, the German high court in Karlsruhe water...
19.12.2014
19:07 Ankara Denies Any Link Between 3 Turkish Suspects And MIT
Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavusoglu has denied that three Turkish men arrested in Germany on charges of spying on German-Turks for Turkish intelligence services have any link with Turkey's National Intelligence Organization (MIT). "These people have no link with MIT or with the Prime Ministry...
19.12.2014
18:05
Germany To Allocate Preferential Loan To Georgia Germany To Allocate Preferential Loan To Georgia
Germany decided to allocate to Georgia a preferential loan of 20 million euros.
19.12.2014
17:42 Istanbul Gold Exchange Down
Istanbul Gold Exchange index loses 0.52 percent in value on Friday, Dec. 19, 2014.
19.12.2014
17:12 Turkey Denies Links With Alleged 'Spies' In Germany
Three Turks detained recently in Germany are not linked with Turkey's National Intelligence Organization, the Turkish foreign ministry says.
19.12.2014
14:43
Hendricks: Poorer Countries Must Do More To Combat CO2 Emissions Hendricks: Poorer Countries Must Do More To Combat CO2 Emissions
Germany's environment minister has called for emerging economies to do more to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. She also praised Germany's role at the recent climate conference in Lima. Environment Minister Barbara Hendricks told the Bundestag lower house of parliament in Berlin on Friday that all c...
19.12.2014
13:10
German Holiday Resorts Miss Russian Tourists German Holiday Resorts Miss Russian Tourists
Rich Russians have spent winters at European resorts for years, but following the Ukraine crisis and Western sanctions, their numbers have declined. That's led to a drop in business in cities like Germany's Baden-Baden. They no longer live up to the cliché of the Vodka quaffing ruffians who throw th...
19.12.2014
12:11
Consumer Confidence Rising In Germany Consumer Confidence Rising In Germany
German consumers are in a spending mood this holiday season. And that sentiment will become more pronounced in the new year, market research group GfK has said, as fears over the state of the economy are fading. Consumer confidence in Germany rose in December and is set to surge to an eight-year hig...
19.12.2014
04:10
Opinion: 100 Instructors Against 'Islamic State'? Opinion: 100 Instructors Against 'Islamic State'?
Germany is planning to send soldiers to northern Iraq as instructors. They're intended to support the Kurds in their fight against "IS." But it's just a drop in the ocean, says Naomi Conrad. There they stand, the foreign minister and the defense minister, looking very serious as they speak to the ca...
19.12.2014
23:11
BASF, Gazprom Scrap Asset Swap Deal BASF, Gazprom Scrap Asset Swap Deal
Germany's chemicals giant BASF and Russian energy company Gazprom have agreed to call off an important asset swap that the two firms had planned for the end of the year. The reason for the move was not immediately given. In a surprise announcement Thursday, BASF said a planned major asset swap with ...
18.12.2014
23:10
Bernie Ecclestone Back In Formula One Driving Seat Bernie Ecclestone Back In Formula One Driving Seat
Chief executive of Formula One, Bernie Ecclestone has rejoined the board which runs the commercial side of the motor sport. He stood down ahead of a bribery trial in Germany, which cost him $100 million to settle. The 84-year-old Ecclestone was confirmed as chief executive and member of the board in...
18.12.2014
21:27 Around $6B Needed For Syrian Refugees, Says German Fm
Foreign Minister Frank Walter Steinmeier has said Germany is ready to do its bit to provide humanitarian assistance for Syrian refugees.
18.12.2014
19:42
German Authorities Arrest Three Turks Accused Of Espionage German Authorities Arrest Three Turks Accused Of Espionage
Three Turkish nationals have been arrested in Germany on allegations of spying. The three are being held in custody pending a possible indictment. The Federal Prosecutors' Office in Karlsruhe announced on Thursday that two of the Turkish suspects were arrested at Frankfurt Airport on Wednesday, whil...
18.12.2014
19:42
Is Deutsche Bank Considering Selling Postbank? Is Deutsche Bank Considering Selling Postbank?
Deutsche Bank, Germany's biggest bank, bought up shares of Postbank, the bank with the largest number of local branches, in 2008-2012. Now it's reportedly considering a sale. Deutsche Bank, Germany's biggest bank, bought up shares of Postbank, the bank with the largest number of local branches, in 2...
18.12.2014
18:10
Inmobs App To Help The Blind And Visually Handicapped Inmobs App To Help The Blind And Visually Handicapped
Three years and 700 test runs later, scientists in Germany have developed an app they hope will help blind and visually handicapped people navigate a busy world. Higher mobility, more comfort and independence for blind and visually handicapped people - that is what the InMoBS app promises. "It helps...
18.12.2014
16:42
Activists Turn To Social Media To Fight Germany's Spurt Of Right-Wing Protests Activists Turn To Social Media To Fight Germany's Spurt Of Right-Wing Protests
The rise of anti-Islamic sentiment and right wing protests in Germany has made international headlines in recent months. DW takes a look at how the counter movement is using social media to fight right wing extremism. A wave of right-wing protests in several German cities has received widespread med...
18.12.2014

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