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Merkel is Ready for New Elections

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she was ready to lead her party to a possible new election for the Bundestag instead of risking forming an unstable minority government. "I am very

Merkel faces trouble as coalition talks set to collapse

BERLIN, Germany - German Chancellor Angela Merkel is headed towards trouble as the negotiations between four parties failed to reach an agreement. Issues related to immigration and energy were

Saudi Arabia Recalls Ambassador to Berlin

TEHRAN (Tasnim) - Saudi Arabia has recalled its ambassador to Berlin in protest over the German foreign minister's comments regarding Lebanon's resigned Prime Minister Saad Hariri,

EU's deadline: Britain asked to unlock Brexit in two weeks

LONDON, U.K. - Following a meeting with EU leaders on the sidelines of an EU summit in Gothenburg, Sweden, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May was given two weeks to unlock Brexit.  The

Siemens announces worldwide layoffs as it revamps company

BERLIN, Germany - Grappling with a sharp drop in orders for power-plant equipment, Europe’s biggest engineering company, Siemens has announced that it will be cutting about 6,900 jobs

France Marks Second Anniversary of Paris Attacks

PARIS - With flowers, music and a peace march, France paid tribute to the 130 people who were killed in a string of bombings and shootings two years ago. President Emmanuel Macron paid homage

Tensions as Paris Suburb Tries to Stop Muslim Street Prayers After Rented Hall Taken

CLICHY-LA-GARENNE, FRANCE - Tensions erupted Friday as French officials and residents of a Paris suburb tried to block Muslims from praying in the street - a dispute that reflects nationwide

Flawless or abominable?Finnair weighs passengers at check-in

HELSINKI, Finland - As part of its effort to analyse if the previous average height and weight of a man and woman recorded by the European Aviation Safety Agency is still valid - a Finnish airline

At Climate Talks, US Like an Unhappy Dinner Guest

WASHINGTON - How's this for awkward? The United States has a delegation at international climate talks in Bonn that will be telling other nations what they should do on a treaty that the

Holy Smoke! Vatican to stop selling cigarettes

Vatican City - Pope Francis is saying "Just Say No" to cigarettes. The Vatican announced on Thursday that it would no longer sell cigarettes to employees in its duty free shop and

Trump Not Invited to Paris Climate Summit Next Month

PARIS, FRANCE - French authorities say U.S. President Donald Trump is not among more than 100 world leaders invited to Paris for a climate summit next month. French President Emmanuel Macron

Paradise Papers reveal Prince Charles’ offshore investments

LONDON, U.K. - Prince Charles’ private estate is revealed to have invested millions in offshore accounts and companies.  One of them is said to be a Bermuda-registered company which

Paradise Papers: Tax havens of the global elite exposed

BERLIN, Germany - A huge leak of financial documents has exposed how the wealthiest and the most powerful people in the world invest money in offshore tax havens.  The leak called

Yunus gets honorary citizenship of Paris

Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo on Monday formally handed over the honorary citizenship of the French capital to Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus.Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo on Monday formally handed over the

8th Global Social Business Summit Paris

Paris (France) For the first time since its creation, the annual Global Social Business Summit(GSBS), which celebrates its 8th year, will be held in Paris. Bringing together more than 700

The Czech Elections – fighting for the political and cyber space

The Pirate Party are buccaneering their way into European politics, having found a foothold in the testy soil of Central Europe after colonising, in small measure, various hamlets in Sweden,

Robots to take over 600k British builders' jobs in 20 years

LONDON, U.K. - According to a startling new research, as the ‘fourth industrial revolution’ arrives in 2040 - nearly one in three construction jobs in the U.K. could be wiped out.

Germany has set up a website to debunk the lies traffickers tell refugees

The German government wants refugees to know the truth about coming to Germany by dispelling the lies they’ve heard from people traffickers. The Federal Foreign Office today (Oct. 23)

Woody Allen got bored of Kate Winslet while filming 'Wonder Wheel'

London [UK], October 29 (ANI): Hollywood actress Kate Winslet has revealed that she got a lot of harsh criticism from Woody Allen while filming for his latest movie 'Wonder Wheel'. The

German Groups Mobilize Against Rise of Far Right

German civil rights groups are mobilizing against the newly elected far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party and other more hardline groups, vowing to avert the even stronger rightward lurch

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