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German economy in 2017 grew at highest rate in six years
The German economy grew 2.2 percent in 2017, enjoying its fastest rate of expansion since 2011, official data for Europe's top economy showed.
German exports rise considerably in November 2017
German exports rose considerably by 4.1 percent in November 2017 on the previous month after seasonal adjustments, German Federal Statistical Office Destatis reported.
German industrial workers widen strike over wage
German industrial workers widened industrial action on Tuesday, with tens of thousands of staff at metals and engineering companies downing their tools in support of wage claims by union IG Metall.
German industrial workers stage strikes in pay dispute
German industrial workers staged strikes at companies across the metals and engineering sectors on Monday as part of a campaign by union IG Metall for higher pay.
German industrial workers to go on strike next week
Germany’s largest union IG Metall says tens of thousands of workers in the metals and engineering industries will stage strikes at firms across the country starting from next week to demand pay raise.
German archeologists heading to Iran
A group of German archeologists Deutsche Orient-Gesellschaft (DOG) is scheduled to visit Iran later this year from November 1-21 to better understand Iran's age-old history.
German MP faces probe over anti-Muslim remarks
A lawmaker from Germany’s far-right AfD party faces a police investigation for social media posts offensive to Muslims.
German annual inflation to reach highest level since 2012
German consumer prices rose by an estimated 1.8 percent on average in 2017, figures by the Federal Statistical Office showed.
China accuses US, German embassies in Beijing of meddling
China has accused the US and German embassies of meddling in the country's internal affairs after they objected to the prosecutions of an activist and a lawyer.
German conservatives eye 65,000 cap on migrants
Germany should cap the number of new immigrants to around 65,000 a year, the deputy leader of Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives said, a position that could prove divisive in coalition talks with the Social Democrats (SPD).
German pilots' union announces first-ever Ryanair strike
German Ryanair pilots will strike for the first time on Friday, union leaders said, dialing up the heat in a Europe-wide battle for recognition from the no-frills airline ahead of the busy holiday period.
EU court rejects German ruling on Islamic divorce case
The European Union's top court has refused to endorse a court ruling in Germany that had recognized a divorce granted under the Islamic law to a Syrian-German couple.
German museums report 2.5 million drop in visitor numbers in 2016
The number of visits to German museums fell by 2.2 percent in 2016 from the previous year, with museums focused on art and cultural history bearing the brunt of the decline, according to the German Museums Association.
German electronic band to give first Western pop concert in Iran in 39 years
German electronic musician Christopher von Deylen and his band Schiller will become the first pop group to perform in Iran's capital, Tehran, since the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

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