Political leaders praise outgoing German chancellor as a ‘compromise machine’ and ‘compass’ of the European project.
Once the sick man of Europe, Germany weathered the financial crisis and the Great Recession better than its neighbours.
Olaf Scholz, the Social Democrat candidate, claims mandate to form gov’t after conservatives register worst-ever result.
Tens of millions of Germans to cast ballots in what is seen as the first real contest in many years.
Sunday’s election is turning out to be one of the tightest in recent history.
Germany’s vote on Sunday marks the end of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s 16 years in office.
German government faces growing questions about how well-prepared authorities were for devastating natural disaster.
In Merkel’s final visit to White House as chancellor, the leaders pledge partnership, disagree on Nord Stream pipeline.
And as Haiti decends into chaos after the assassination of its president, Biden says he is not sending US troops there.
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Several countries have allowed switching COVID vaccines for second doses and several medical studies are under way.
Germany’s Finance Minister Olaf Scholz said the country is using ‘all means to uncover tax offenses’.
Danish broadcaster says US used a partnership with Danish intelligence to spy on top European officials.
Brussels has frozen plans to sanction senior executives at Turkish Petroleum Corp, four diplomats told Reuters news.