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Laschet, the 60-year-old premier for North Rhine-Westphalia was picked over Markus Soder, the popular leader of Bavaria's Christian Social Union.
Attorneys and witnesses have used the words "reasonable" or "unreasonable" often at the trial.
Prague has excluded `Russian energy giant Rosatom from a multibillion-euro tender amid a diplomatic row with Moscow.
Police have not disclosed any motive for the attack and are investigating.
Former French President Francois Mitterrand and his administration had knowledge of preparations for the massacres — yet kept supporting the government, the report says.
An explosive memo that advocates redrawing the borders of independent countries formed after Yugoslavia’s breakup and reducing Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) to a third of its current size has sparked fears of renewed conflict in the region.
Players of 12 clubs warned that they may not be able to represent their countries in international fixtures.
Austria's new health minister caused a stir by arriving for his swearing-in ceremony by public transport and wearing trainers.
It's far more complex than the UK just leading the way.
Helicopters drop water bombs in a bid to quell a wildfire near Cape Town's Table Mountain which has spread to University of Cape Town campus and engulfed numerous buildings.
They are located at Ortigosa de Cameros in northern Spain.
Jose Mourinho sacked as Tottenham manager days before cup final
The Ingenuity helicopter, which landed on the Red Planet along with the Perseverance Rover on 18 February, is expected to fly for just 40 seconds for this first test flight.
Four wagons of a passenger train bound for Cairo ran off the railway at the city of Banha in Qalyubia province this afternoon, killing at least 11 people and injuring scores of others.
Egyptians gather around overturned passenger carriages at the scene of a railway accident in the city of Toukh in Egypt's central Nile Delta province of Qalyubiya.
Spanish police have released images of a raid on an illegal workshop in Tenerife that was making guns from 3D printers. They also found white supremacist literature and manuals on making explosives.
Czech detectives have linked the UK Salisbury poisoning suspects with a deadly blast at an arms depot in the Czech Republic in 2014.
Personal items such as childhood photos and toys honour Americans who have lost their lives to gun violence, in an exhibition that opened at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC.
In December 2020 Serbia's Constitutional Court ruled that border control officers had violated the rights of 17 Afghan refugees they abandoned in a forest in freezing cold temperatures near the Bulgarian border.
The pope has expressed alarm at Russia's military deployment near the Ukrainian border and urged both countries to work towards building 'reciprocal trust'.