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German theatres to screen ‘Salaam Mumbai’
Salaam Mumbai’, Iranian-Indian drama directed by Ghorban Mohammadpour will be hosted by Germany.
‘Explosive’ parcel found at German finance minister’s office ‘sent from Greece’
An “explosive” package found at the office of the German finance minister was sent from Greece, a police source in Athens said on Thursday.
German police find parcel containing explosives at finance ministry
An "explosive" package has been found at German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble's office building on the eve of a visit by US Secretary of Treasury Steven Mnuchin.
Turkish president calls German chancellor ‘terrorist supporter’
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan turns a deaf ear to a European Union warning to tone down his inflammatory rhetoric against its leaders, this time lashing out at German Chancellor Angela Merkel as a “terrorist supporter.”
Linde says banking issues delaying Iran plans
German industrial gases group Linde says it has revived plant-engineering contracts in Iran but cannot work on them due to banking problems that obstructed transferring money out of the country.
German minister warns UK over trade
Britain would be ‘naïve’ to expect generous trade deals when it quits the European Union, the German minister responsible for its financial center said, adding that Frankfurt would grab business from London.
German chancellery: Erdogan's Nazi claim 'unacceptable'
Germany’s chancellery on Monday hit out against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for likening a German ban on rallies by his ministers to “Nazi practices,” calling the comparison “absolutely unacceptable”.
German chancellery says Nazi remarks by Turkey ‘unacceptable’
The German Chancellery has described as “absolutely unacceptable” recent remarks by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan comparing German authorities to Nazis for banning Turkish officials from holding campaign events in Germany.
German hostage’s body found in Philippines
The Philippines’ military forces have recovered the body of a German hostage killed by Takfiri militants in the south of the country last week.
Militant group beheads German in Philippines
The Philippines-based ultra-violent Abu Sayyaf Takfiri terrorist group has decapitated a German hostage after a deadline for a ransom expired, drawing strong condemnation from Manila for the “barbaric beheading.”
German BND spied on major media for almost two decades: German weekly
Germany's foreign intelligence agency, the BND, has reportedly been spying on global media’s journalists for nearly two decades, a leading German weekly magazine reveals.
Three nations urge rethink of foreign investment in EU
France, Germany and Italy have asked the European Commission (EC) to rethink rules on foreign investment into the EU amid concerns that technological know-how is leaking abroad, the three countries said in a joint letter obtained by Reuters.
Brexit, Trump trade moves cloud German economic outlook
Germany expects solid growth at the start of 2017, driven by manufacturing and booming construction, but uncertainties over Brexit and US President Donald Trump’s trade policies clouded the outlook for its export-orientated economy.
Germany to elect new president; Steinmeier the favorite
A German parliamentary assembly will elect the country’s new president on Sunday, with a respected former foreign minister, who last year called Donald Trump one of the world’s “hate preachers,” the overwhelming favorite to win.
Greece should quit euro zone, get debt relief, German party leader says
Greece should leave the euro zone and then be given debt relief, the head of Germany's pro-business Free Democrats (FDP) told a German radio station on Thursday.

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