NATO leaders are meeting in the English capital for a 70th anniversary summit that was marred before it started with the French president's comments that the alliance was 'brain dead'.
The four leaders agreed that attacks against civilians in Syria must stop and expressed support for a UN-backed political process in Libya.
The leaders of countries with NATO’s largest armies are taking pot shots at each other.
Thousands of farmers descend upon Berlin with their tractors in protest over government plans to limit the use of fertilisers and phase out controversial weedkiller, glyphosate.
Violent right-wing extremists have become emboldened to launch vigilante patrols across several neighbourhoods, and the recent attack on terror victim memorials signifies how dangerous they have become for the country's minorities.
After a career breaking glass ceilings to join a tiny global elite, Christine Lagarde will bring experience of cool-headed crisis fighting to her job as first female head of the European Central Bank.
Talks between Britain and the EU teetered on the brink of collapse on Tuesday with tit-for-tat claims of intransigence ahead of the October deadline for Brexit. Bank of England warned despite preparations, no-deal Brexit will hit UK households hard.
Britain published "no-deal readiness" plans to reassure businesses and voters and suppliers of medical goods. Meanwhile, EU Council President Donald Tusk accuses PM Boris Johnson of "stupid" Brexit blame game.
US President Donald Trump's aggressive approach towards NATO doesn't serve its own long-term interests.
Chancellor Angela Merkel's Conservatives and her Social Democrat partners agreed a carbon price for energy used in buildings and transport in line with the existing European Union emissions trading scheme.
Meeting between Germany's foreign minister and Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong will damage Germany's ties with China, Beijing's envoy to Berlin says, in an unusually direct verbal attack on an important trade partner.
Merkel's Christian Democrats remained the largest party in Saxony but saw their vote share drop by 7.4 points from the last election in 2014 to 32 percent, with the far-right Alternative for Germany coming second, preliminary results showed.
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