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Germany denies involvement in Syria's chemical attack
Germany denies involvement in Syria's chemical attack
Germany exported 111 tonnes of chemicals to Syria between 2002 and 2006 that could be used in the production of sarin gas, according to a government document published on Wednesday....
European 'bank union' could prevent another debt crisis
European 'bank union' could prevent another debt crisis
Germany is working on a plan that would allow the completion of a euro zone banking union without changing existing European Union law, potentially...
Merkel's holiday not such a bad idea
Merkel's holiday not such a bad idea
The German election is just eight weeks away, a clear victory is far from certain – and Chancellor Angela Merkel is taking a long holiday....
Women leaders want more representation in Davos
Women leaders want more representation in Davos
One of the most noticeable aspects of the World Economic Forum in Davos, a gathering of the world's top CEOs, politicians and officials, is the...
Germany to supply Mali with two transport planes
Germany to supply Mali with two transport planes
"Germany will provide logistical support based on the situation on the ground," Defence Minister Thomas de Maizière told reporters...
Congratulations stream in for Obama from world leaders
Congratulations stream in for Obama from world leaders
South Africa President Jacob Zuma was one of the first to congratulate Obama, saying in a statement: "We value our relations with the United...
Bitter experience bred a special kind of housewife
Bitter experience bred a special kind of housewife
They shop frugally, use credit cards rarely and save up to a third of a property's value before applying for a mortgage.
Merkel: Chancellor who shops with the people
Merkel: Chancellor who shops with the people
It was, Angela Merkel reflects, the most galling mistake of her childhood. Not a lie or a betrayal, some malicious gossip or a fist fight but the...
Markets rally after Germany's ruling on eurozone rescue fund
Markets rally after Germany's ruling on eurozone rescue fund
Markets rallied following the decision by the eight justices of the Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe to let Germany ratify a treaty to establish the...
Merkel blindsided at euro summit
Merkel blindsided at euro summit
Angela Merkel was portrayed across Europe as the big loser of a euro zone showdown in Brussels after the German chancellor was forced to accept the...
Germany set to allow eurozone bailout fund
Germany set to allow eurozone bailout fund
Angela Merkel is poised to allow the eurozone's €750-billion bailout fund to buy up the bonds of crisis-hit governments in a desperate effort...
Europe's leaders face testing month of crisis-fighting
Europe's leaders face testing month of crisis-fighting
After two and a half years battling a debt crisis that has morphed into an economic crisis and now one of politics too, they face four weeks of...

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