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As Germany grapples with divisions over migration, Bavaria takes action to stem the flow through the country's southern border
What's happening at the heart of the German government?
The leaders of Germany's three coalition parties are meeting on Monday night to try to resolve the crisis over migrant policy that’s threatening Chancellor Angela Merkel's government.
Germany's leader needs to pull off a diplomatic master-stroke to secure her position and keep to her values. Here's why:
Horst Seehofer may defy Angela Merkel and implement a plan to reject migrants who have already registered in other EU states.
Angela Merkel's CDU want an EU solution over migrants whereas her CSU Interior Minister wants German police to have the power to turn back migrants at the border
It has been 200 years since philosopher Karl Marx was born, and only now has his image been immortalised in bronze and mounted in his hometown of Trier in Germany.
What to expect when the German Chancellor visits The Donald.
Andrea Nahles is elected leader of Germany’s Social Democrats becoming its first female leader.
Chancellor Angela Merkel says "it's finally time to start work" as Germany's new coalition government prepares to take office.
Germany's parliament will meet on March 14 to rubber stamp Angela Merkel's nomination as German Chancellor.
Germany's centre left social democrats have given their seal of approval to enter a grand coalition with Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives.
Germany’s Social Democratic party has agreed to another "grand coalition" with Merkel's conservative CDU.
The centre-left party announced on Sunday that it would form a coalition with Angela Merkel's conservatives, giving the Chancellor her fourth term in office
The German chancellor's conservative party has voted in favour of a coalition deal with the centre-left Social Democrats.
Newspaper Bild signed Lima the dog up for the SPD using the party's online tool and her owner's email and postal addresses.
Protestors clashed with police in Berlin on Saturday during a heated counter-demonstration against a march by the far-right party, Alternative for Germany (AfD).
In an interview with the ZDF public broadcaster, she commented on the rising displeasure among conservatives over her decision to give the SPD the powerful finance ministry
Talks have made progress but differences over labour and healthcare remain
Ahmad Wagner faced fierce criticism from colleagues in the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party — which has long campaigned against Islam — after it was revealed last month he converted to the religion.