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Chancellor Angela Merkel is calling on Germany’s Turkish community to show loyalty to the country.
After a symbolic summit in Ventotene, the German Chancellor visits 6 cities in 6 days to meet 15 EU leaders and one prince.
Germany and France fear smart phone applications like Telegram are facilitating correspondence among terroristsIn an attempt to identify potentially dangerous jihadists, Germany and France call for Europe wide rules that would limit the use of encrypted communications.
In an attempt to identify potentially dangerous jihadists, Germany and France call for Europe wide rules that would limit the use of encrypted communications.
French authorities have arrested seven people on terrorism-related offences this month, at least three of whom allegedly had specific projects planned.
After marathon talks, Volkswagen and two of its parts suppliers have resolved a contract dispute that halted production of Golf and Passat models.
The trial has begun in Frankfurt of a German man accused of being a member of ISIL and of taking part in the mutilation of a body while on Syrian soil.
The German Economy Ministry is urging Volkswagen and two of its suppliers to quickly end a dispute that has created production delays at six plants including VW's main factory in Wolfsburg.
It is a measure that has not been seen since the end of the Cold War.
A spokesman at the company's Wolfsburg headquarters (headcount 60,000) said shortening staff hours were a possible response to supply problems.
The CDU proposals stop short of an outright ban and must be adopted by the government before they can become law. They have divided Angela Merkel's governing coalition.
A small co-operative bank in the picturesque town of Gmund in Bavaria is turning financial norms upside down.