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Germany's ruling coalition, helmed by Chancellor Olaf Scholz, is well on its way to enact most of its pledges yet its popularity has plummeted to the benefit of the far-right AfD party.
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Chancellor Olaf Scholz hosted leaders from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan to discuss strengthening regional and economic cooperation.
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The longer Berlin waffles, the longer it’ll take for the Taurus to reach the battlefield. For Ukraine, that means more lives lost and more infrastructure destroyed, John Hardie writes.
Germany's government calls summit to combat housing crisis
With Germany gripped by a crippling housing shortage, the government is bringing together industry leaders and other experts for a special summit in Berlin.
Scholz calls for broad pact to slash bureaucracy and modernise Germany
The pact would include doing more to streamline notoriously lengthy planning processes, move forward the country's famously slow digitisation and speed up the building of new homes.
Germany's Scholz shares picture with eyepatch after jogging incident
The 65-year-old politician fell while jogging in his hometown of Potsdam on Saturday and was forced to cancel appointments over the weekend.
Scholz vows to hold German government together despite infighting
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Germany's Olaf Scholz says Wagner troops in Belarus a 'great concern'
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Wednesday Russian President Vladimir Putin had been "weakened" by the Wagner mercenary group's mutiny, but that the ultimate consequences of the rebellion remained unclear.
Hoping for compensation after being evicted from former East Germany
Compensation from the German government could be a step closer for some 12,000 people after they were forced to flee their homes in former East Germany in 1952 and 1961 by Communist authorities.
Germany to meet 2% NATO spending threshold next year, Scholz announces
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Russia and China singled out in Scholz' new national security strategy
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German Chanceller Olaf Scholz visits Baltic leaders for Ukraine talks
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has met the Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas in the capital Tallinn, as well as, the prime ministers of neighbouring Latvia and Lithuania.
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State of the Union: Kyiv wants fighter jets, EU economy gets stronger
In a whirlwind tour of major European capitals, President Zelenskyy was trying to forge a “coalition of fighter jets” - something the West was so far unwilling to consider. Until now. This comes on the heels of Germany pledging an additional €2.7 billion of military aid.
Germany announces €2.7 billion in new military aid to Ukraine
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Brussels, my love? Germany calls for a more geopolitical Europe
In this edition of "Brussels, my love?", we take a look at Germany’s role in Europe following Chancellor Scholz’s speech before the European Parliament and ask whether the belated ratification of the Istanbul Convention to fight violence against women was a relief – or an embarrassment.
State of the Union: Europe Day sees Ukraine join the celebrations
The embattled country will join the rest of the EU in celebrating its foundation on May 9 and move its Remembrance Day commemorations to May 8, also in line with the EU.
A European Ukraine is a rejection of Putin's imperialism, says Scholz
Speaking in Strasbourg, the German Chancellor made the case for a geopolitical, reformed and enlarged European Union.
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