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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.
German clubs need help against ultras
German football clubs will need the help of the league and the country's football association to handle trouble by "ultra" fans, club executives said, days after a friendly match in England had to be called off.
German industrial production down unexpectedly in June
The German industrial production fell unexpectedly in June for the first time after five consecutive rises, German federal statistics office Destatis reported.
German publisher complains to EU court over Turkey detention of journalist
The publisher of Germany's Die Welt and Welt am Sonntag newspapers filed a formal complaint at the European Court of Justice about Turkey's detention of German-Turkish journalist Deniz Yucel since February, the newspaper reported on Saturday.
Two dead, four wounded in German shooting
A gunman opened fire at a packed nightclub in southern Germany early Sunday, killing one and wounding four before being shot by police, authorities said, ruling out a terror attack.
Exclusive: Video shows Hamburg knife attacker after capture
One person is dead and four others injured after a knife attack in a supermarket in the German city of Hamburg.
German military helicopter crashes in Mali, two peacekeepers killed
A German military helicopter assigned to the U.N. peacekeeping mission in Mali crashed in the West African nation's desert north on Wednesday, killing the two crew members, the German military said.
Four German women among 26 foreigners arrested in Mosul
Iraqi officials say 26 foreigners, including four German women, have been arrested in the northern city of Mosul, which used to serve as the Daesh terrorist group’s last stronghold.
President Erdogan criticizes statements by German officials
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has strongly criticized statements by German officials aimed at scaring off financiers interested in investing in his country.
Ferdowsi's epic to be published in German
An Iranian researcher at the Austrian Academy of Sciences and University of Vienna Nasrollah Rastegar has completed editing the German translation of 'Shahnameh' (the Book of Kings) — a voluminous versified epic by the great Iranian poet Abolqasem Ferdowsi.
German exports increases by 14.1% in May
German exports increased by 14.1 percent and imports by 16.2 percent year on year in May, the country's Federal Statistical Office reported.
German chancellor slams Trump’s 'winners-losers' view of global affairs
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has strongly criticized the administration of President Donald Trump for adopting policies based on a "winners and losers" view of the global affairs rather than on cooperation.
Total’s deal bares Europe-US split on Iran
One German automaker has finally made its mind to resume business in Iran after a 17-year gap, as more European companies seem to be dropping their qualms about trade with the Islamic Republic.
Mass rally held ahead of G20 summit in Hamburg
Thousands have attended a rally in the northern German city of Hamburg to protest at an imminent meeting of leaders of the world's major industrialized and emerging economies, known as G20.

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