Germany

Iran FM Scolds Europe: You Are in ‘No Position’ to Criticise Us

European Union (E.U.) countries are in “no position” to criticise Iran, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Sunday ahead of a visit from his German counterpart Heiko Maas. He added it was instead the E.U.’s “duty” to help fund his country’s survival, or face consequences.

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif speaks during a joint press conference with his French counterpart Laurent Fabius following their talks in Tehran on July 29, 2015. Fabius's visit to Iran comes after the conclusion of a landmark deal with the United States over the Islamic republic's controversial nuclear programme. …

German Pro Mass Migration Politician Found Shot Dead

German Christian Democratic Union (CDU) politician Walter Lübcke, who recommended anti-mass migration Germans to leave the country, was found dead at his house after being shot in the head.

FRANKFURT AM MAIN, GERMANY - DECEMBER 18: The 1st police station in the city center pictured on December 18, 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany. Police have expanded an internal investigation into a possible network of neo-Nazis among police officers in Frankfurt and the outlying region. The existence of a possible network …

German Industrial Production Plunged in April

Berlin (AFP) — Industrial production in Europe’s powerhouse economy Germany fell back in April, official data showed Friday, in the latest sign manufacturers are suffering from global uncertainty and trade wars.

Output at German producer firms fell 1.9 percent in April compared to the previous month -- the first drop since January © dpa/AFP/File Marcel Kusch

German Populists Propose Hezbollah Ban

The populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) has introduced proposed legislation to ban the radical Islamist terror group Hezbollah following the Al-Quds day march that took place last weekend.

A protester holding a flag of Lebanon's Hezbollah militant group marches during a demonstration in Istanbul, Tuesday, May 15, 2018. Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in in Istanbul to protest the U.S.' decision to relocate its embassy to Jerusalem and to condemn the death of dozens of Palestinians killed Monday by …

‘Satirical’ German Party Uses Names of Former Nazis on Election List

The German ‘satire’ party Die Partei (The Party) has released a European Parliament candidate list featuring the surnames of former Nazi leaders, claiming they hope that populist supporters will vote for them to take votes from the Alternative for Germany (AfD).

Members of the satirical political party "Die Partei" display placards urging "Terrourists" to go home, during a protest at Berlin's Brandenburg Gate on August 15, 2013. The party, whose chairman Martin Sonneborn co-publishes Germany's best known satirical magazine Titanic, aims to liven up the otherwise dull parliamentary elections with campaign …