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German police to check on children at airports in truancy crackdown
German parents who take their children out of school without permission during term time to go on holiday face being reprimanded by police at airports.
German court refuses call for taking Puigdemont back into custody
A court in Germany has rejected a fresh call from prosecutors to have Catalonia's former President Carles Puigdemont back into custody pending a decision on his extradition to Spain, where he has led a controversial movement for the independence of Catalonia.
German manufacturing orders rise despite growing uncertainty
Germany's manufacturing sector experienced a surprising increase in new orders in March, official figures by the Federal Statistical Office showed.
German newspaper fires cartoonist for Netanyahu drawing
German newspaper Sueddeutsche has pulled a cartoon that depicted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a controversial outfit, apologized for using it and fired the cartoonist who drew the image.
German bill seeks to prevent weapons exports to Saudi Arabia, UAE over Yemen conflict
Germany’s democratic socialist political party Die Linke has proposed a draft bill aimed at banning weapons exports to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for their role in the three-year-old Yemen war, which has claimed the lives of thousands of civilians in the impoverished Arab country.
German Chancellor defends Iran nuclear deal
The Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel expressed support for Iran nuclear deal saying Berlin was watching its implementation.
Number of German banks declines while fintechs attack
Even before Bundesbank will publish its annual statistics on the consolidation in the German banking industry in May, there are already indications that the total number of banks and branches has dropped even further. Banks from abroad or those focusing on very specific customer groups are among the few that are expanding.
Iran, German FMs reject links between nuclear deal, missile program
The Iranian and German foreign ministers have stressed that Tehran's missile program is not related to the country's nuclear deal with the world powers.
Over 800 Lufthansa flights canceled over German airport strike
A planned strike by workers of the aviation sector in Germany has prompted airline giant Lufthansa to cancel more than 800 flights for Tuesday.
German FM Maas seeks repaired ties with Russia after expulsions
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has expressed his willingness for launching dialogue with Russia following a diplomatic row that has degraded ties between the West and Russia to the lowest level in years.
German police detain ex-Catalan leader Puigdemont on European arrest warrant
German police on Sunday arrested Catalonia's former president Carles Puigdemont as he crossed over by car from Denmark.
German industrial orders plunge in ‘horrible start’ to year
Weaker foreign demand drove a bigger-than-expected drop in German industrial orders in January, suggesting that busy factories in Europe’s largest economy could shift into a lower gear in the coming months.
German exports fall most in seven months
Germany’s exports fell between January and December by the widest margin since June, in the latest set of patchy data on the eurozone’s biggest economy.
German minister wants tougher foreign investment rules
Germany’s economy minister suggested tightening the rules on foreign investment, following concern over Chinese influence on European firms.
Foreign trade propels German growth
Foreign trade drove a 0.6 percent expansion in Europe’s largest economy between October and December, German data showed, and the momentum from the fourth quarter is widely expected to carry over into the start of 2018.

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