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Germany's anti-immigrant party picks election lineup
The anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) party on Sunday voted for 76-year-old publicist Alexander Gauland and 38-year-old economist Alice Weidel to jointly lead its campaign for the country's September national election.
Germany's Schäuble warns against financial regulation rollback
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble warned against a hasty and uncoordinated rollback of financial regulation, saying such a move could jeopardize stability.
Police injured in protests against AfD party congress
Two police officers were injured and a police car was set ablaze during protests in Cologne on Saturday, police said, as some 600 delegates of the deeply divided anti-immigration Alternative for Germany (AfD) party met to discuss policy for September's national elections.
Germany braces for huge rally against far-right party
Tens of thousands of anti-fascist protesters are expected to rally amid heavy police presence against an event to be held by Germany’s right-wing political party over the weekend in the western city of Cologne.
Germany to screen highest number of movies in FIff
Fajr International Film Festival (FIff) will screen 11 films from Germany in its latest edition.
Germany abetting terrorists, reviving Nazism: Turkey’s Erdogan
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has accused Germany of supporting terrorists and reviving Nazism as tensions heighten between the two sides over the cancellation of pro-Erdogan rallies in the European country.
Germany stops refugee transfer to Hungary
Germany said Tuesday it is refraining from transferring asylum seekers to Hungary under EU rules until Budapest gives assurances that the migrants would not be systematically detained.
Tehran, Berlin sign MoU on financing enterprises
Iran and Germany signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for transfer of knowledge and experience in financing small- and medium-sized enterprises.
Germany moves to deprive far-right NPD of state funds
The German government on Friday announced steps to choke off state campaign finance for the far-right NPD party, after a failed court bid to outlaw the xenophobic fringe group.
Germany threatens online giants with 50mn euro fake news, hate speech fines
Germany on Wednesday took the European lead in cracking down against hate speech and fake news, threatening social media giants with fines of up to 50 million euros if they fail to remove offensive posts promptly.
Germany urges Turkey to free journalist in 'big test' for ties
Germany’s Minister of State Michael Roth has called for the release of a German-Turkish journalist detained in Turkey, saying the case signifies a litmus test for Berlin-Ankara ties.
NATO chief urges Germany to spend more on defense
Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg urged Germany Tuesday to spend more on defense, touching on a sore point in German politics that has also inflamed relations with the United States.
262 Turkish diplomats, soldiers seeking asylum in Germany
At least 262 Turkish diplomats and military personnel have filed for political asylum in Germany since a last year failed coup blamed on supporters of US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen.
Scores of Turks with official passports seek asylum in Germany
More than 250 Turkish diplomats, government employees and their family members have filed for political asylum in Germany, Berlin said Monday, amid a bitter row between the two NATO allies.
China, Germany urge US to respect int’l trade rules
China and Germany reacted to two new orders by the US President Donald Trump on trade deficits and import duty evasion, calling on the United States to respect international trade rules.

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