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German president calls for unity amid COVID-19 'crisis of trust'
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German coronavirus situation 'remains tense' amid rise in infections
Germany has begun exiting lockdown but health officials warned that the situation remains tense amid a rise in infections.
Germany hopes for opening-up by late May
Merkel's chief of staff says Germany can return to full normality in the summer if vaccine manufacturers keep to their delivery pledges and no new coronavirus mutation upends vaccination plans.
Germany: Experts warn COVID taking heavy toll on youth mental health
While not as at risk to the disease as adults, youths may be more vulnerable to the collateral mental health effects of the pandemic, warned experts.
German court sentences 'IS recruiter' to 10.5 years in prison
A German court in Celle sentenced former imam Abu Walaa to 10.5 years in prison on Wednesday for being a member of the Islamic State terrorist organisation and recruiting for them.
New CDU chief Armin Laschet criticises COVID incidence rate policy
The head of Germany's CDU appeared to criticise the government's COVID measures, stating that life should not be dictated by virus incidence rates.
German state to scrap nighttime COVID-19 curfew after court ruling
The Administrative Court in Baden-Wurttemberg ruled the curfew is no longer warranted because the country's epidemiological situation has improved since it was first imposed in mid-December.
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World's 'most dangerous' hacking network Emotet uncovered
Police in six European countries were involved in a joint operation to take control of Internet servers used by a malware network known as Emotet.
Nord Stream 2: MEPs and US pressure Germany to stop Russia pipeline
MEPs and the US want Germany to halt the gas pipeline project linking Russia to Europe, following the poisoning and imprisonment of opposition figure Alexei Navalny.
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German regional intelligence chief dismissed over Berlin terror attack
Reinhard Müller was "put into temporary retirement with immediate effect" over his agency's failure to pass on information about the 2016 Berlin terror attack, which killed twelve people.
Volkswagen hails breakthrough after tripling electric car sales
Volkswagen announced that it tripled electric car sales in 2020 as Europe pushes new limits on vehicle emissions.
Belgium and Germany reach grim new milestones for COVID-19 deaths
Since the first COVID-19 related death was announced by China on January 11, 2020, the virus has claimed more than 1.9 million lives worldwide.
Patients in Germany 'infected with UK COVID-19 variant in November'
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German passengers sue government over €94m repatriation bill
Repatriate flights from the Canary Islands and North Africa were costed at €200. Fares from Southern Africa and the Caribbean were set at €500 and returnees from South America and Asia had to pay €600 to return home. More than 60 lawsuits have been lodged.
German court upholds tree-felling ban at Tesla plant site
A German court ruled that Tesla has to stop clearing trees on some parts of the site outside Berlin where it is building the company's first electric car factory in Europe.
German government backs bill requiring security pledge on 5G network
The move is seen as a means of addressing public concerns over potential security risks posed by vendors for big infrastructure projects.
QAnon: a dangerous conspiracy boosted by the COVID-19 pandemic
Labelled a terror threat in the US by the FBI, Qanon's pro-Trump social media conspiracy theorists are now on the ground at demonstrations in Europe boosted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Unreported Europe looks into who they are - and why many experts feel the phenomenon is too dangerous to be ignored.
EU sanctions 2 Russian officers over German parliament cyber attack
Restrictive measures were imposed against the head of Russia's military intelligence agency. The 2015 attack resulted in a "significant amount of data" being stolen and affected Chancellor Angela Merkel's email account.
Coronavirus cases increase in Bundesliga after international break
COVID-19 cases are causing concern that football may be put on hold again as Germany appears to be dealing with a second wave of the virus.
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AfD falls from first to third place in eastern German states
The far-right party has lost some of its support in states that have been a stronghold for them in recent years.
'A defining moment': Germany marks 30th anniversary of reunification
East Germany joined the western federal republic on October 3, 1990, following the collapse of the Soviet regime less than a year before.
Angela Merkel visited Berlin sickbed of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny
The opposition figure was in hospital in Berlin being treated for Novichok poisoning when Merkel came to the hospital for "a private meeting".
Greens win mayoral runoffs in Germany's most populous state
Germany's Greens won several mayoral races in North Rhine-Westphalia, the country's most populous state.
Germany marks 40 years since neo-Nazi attack on Oktoberfest
The bombing on the evening of Sept. 26, 1980, claimed 13 lives and injured more than 200 people.
Madeleine McCann suspect loses rape case appeal in EU top court ruling
The 43-year-old German national is currently in prison on drug trafficking charges but will be released in January. Prosecutors fear he will vanish if his appeal is upheld.