Tag: Germany

NATO

Exclusive — Grenell: NATO Allies Unprepared, Not Meeting Commitments

BERLIN, Germany: Tackling NATO nations failing to meet their alliance obligations is a key priority for President Trump, his right-hand-man in Europe has revealed in major and unprecedented remarks on the credibility of the military of the European Union’s largest economy.

Police officers secure an area in the centre of Luebeck, northern Germany, where G7 foreign ministers will be received on April 14, 2015. The foreign ministers meet to discuss key global political and security issues ahead of a G7 summit to take place in June 2015 in southern Germany. The …

Syrian Asylum Seeker in Germany Commits 400 Crimes in Two Years

A 21-year-old Syrian asylum seeker has been accused of committing over 400 crimes, including drug offences, thefts, and robberies, within the span of two years as part of a gang terrorising an area in the German town of Plauen.

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Firefighters Injured as Blaze Engulfs German Amusement Park

Frankfurt am Main (AFP) — Seven firefighters were injured in efforts to put out a massive blaze at Germany’s largest amusement park, police said Sunday, as it reopened to visitors despite extensive damage to some areas.

TOPSHOT - View of the truck that crashed the evening before into a christmas market at Gedächtniskirche church on early December 20, 2016 in Berlin. German police said December 20, 2016 they were treating as 'a probable terrorist attack' the killing of 12 people when a lorry ploughed through a …

Germany: Asylum Seekers Should Be Trained as Truck Drivers

A pilot project in Germany is working to make it easier for asylum seekers to become truck drivers – an initiative that comes amid widespread unemployment for migrants who arrived during the migrant crisis.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel (L-R) and French President Emmanuel Macron gesture on the balcony of the town hall of Aachen after Macron recieved the International Charlemagne Prize at a ceremony on May 10, 2018 in Aachen, Germany.

Merkel, EU Leaders Cling to Iran Nuclear Deal

BERLIN (AP) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Wednesday it would be wrong to cancel the nuclear agreement with Iran, highlighting it as one of her main differences of opinion between Berlin and Washington. President Donald Trump announced last week

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German Economic Growth Slows, Lowest Since 2016

BERLIN (AP) – German economic growth slowed to 0.3 percent in the first quarter, its weakest performance in more than a year, official data showed Tuesday. The quarter-on-quarter economic growth reported by the Federal Statistical Office compared with an expansion

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Financial Times: Mass Migration Will Be Key Political Issue For Decades

Anti-mass migration policies “clearly resonate with large numbers of voters” and will remain highly politically relevant as “migratory pressures build over the next decades”, reports the Financial Times in an important concession for the globalist, establishment newspaper.