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US' nixing Iran Deal to worsen security situation: German FM
German foreign minister once again stressed that IAEA's confirmation of Iran commitment to the Nuclear Deal and said US withdrawal from the deal will worsen the security conditions in the Middle East.
German industrial orders jump on vibrant demand from abroad
German industrial orders bounced back in August, rising more than expected on strong foreign demand, data showed on Friday, suggesting that factories will contribute to overall growth in Europe's largest economy in coming months.
The indestructible Merkel wants to run Germany four more years
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is riding high in the polls ahead of September elections, having recovered from a slump in popularity after her 2015 decision to open Germany's doors to nearly a million refugees.
German foreign minister equates far-right AfD party with Nazis
Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel on Monday equated the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party with the Nazis who ruled the country from 1933 to 1945, an insult rarely heard in national politics.
Merkel suggests Iran-style nuclear talks to end North Korea crisis
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she can imagine an Iran-style nuclear talks format being used to end the North Korea conflict.
Germany rejects Poland call for WWII reparations
Germany dismissed on Friday Poland’s threat to demand new talks over World War II reparations from Berlin, saying the issue had already been settled in 1953.
German leader vows to halt Turkey’s EU accession talks
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has pledged to push EU members to consider suspending or ending Turkey’s accession talks, saying Ankara has been abandoning the rule of law.
Turkey slams German 'populism' after Merkel's remarks on EU talks
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's spokesman has accused German politicians of indulging in populism after Chancellor Angela Merkel called for an end to Ankara's European Union membership talks.
German police raid homes of suspects planning to kill leftist politicians
German police on Monday raided the homes and workplaces of a policeman and another person suspected of planning to capture and kill left-wing politicians because of their views on immigration, authorities said.
Iranian, German universities ink MoU
Iran's Sharif University of Technology and Germany's Fachhochschule des Mittelstands (FHM) University signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU).
German ties with Iran dynamic, flexible
Germany maintains dynamic and flexible ties with Iran, the country's envoy to Iran, Michael Klor-Berchtold, said.
German economic ministry warns of rising income inequality
Income inequality is at a historical high in Germany, local newspapers Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and Sueddeutsche Zeitung quoted a report by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy as saying.
Diesel scandal is a risk to German economy
The emissions scandal ensnaring German carmakers is a risk to Europe’s largest economy, the finance ministry said.
German growth slightly slower than expected in Q2
The German economy grew steadily but at a slightly lower rate than anticipated in the second quarter of 2017, figures released by the Federal Statistical Office showed.
Ankara-Berlin ties to improve after German elections: Erdogan
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has predicted that the country’s strained ties with Berlin will improve after Germany's parliamentary election in September.

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