After a racist gunman shot dead nine people of migrant backgrounds in the city of Hanau last month, Interior Minister Horst Seehofer declared far-right extremism was "the biggest security threat facing Germany".
Citing sources close to the German government, a local newspaper reported that US President Donald Trump had offered "a billion dollars" to secure the vaccine "only for the United States".
Doctors and immunology experts recommend refraining from handshakes and kisses to avoid becoming infected with covid-19, which has wreaked havoc on the world. How then should we greet each other?
The German government has shown a new level of engagement with Muslims, but calls for a “German Islam” and mosque taxes raise questions about Germany’s future plan for the Muslim minority, and what role the German Islam Conference will play.
Interior Minister Horst Seehofer orders ban on Mesopotamia Publishing House and MIR Multimedia, two major propaganda outlets controlled by the PKK terror group.
The Interior Ministry of Germany started to get in talks in 2006 with Muslims communities in Germany - to find common ground in several fields from imam teaching to prison ministry. This year the Fourth of it started.
There are twelve applicants for Angela Merkel's job. The CDU will now organise an internal election to determine who will lead Germany's conservative political wing for the years to come.
Angela Merkel was Germany's first-ever female chancellor, and she remained so for over 13 years. Not only will she be a major chapter in Germany's history books, but she rose to become one of the world's most influential leaders of the last decade.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative sister party, the Christian Social Union, which lost its majority in the Bavarian state parliament in Sunday's election, promises to back political stability in Berlin.
The governing CSU lost its absolute majority in Bavaria where the Greens came out the big winner. Support for Merkel's federal junior coalition partner SPD was halved, with the vote being seen as a vote against Merkel's grand coalition.
The coalition government agreed to transfer spy chief Hans-Georg Maassen following accusations that he harboured far-right views but the deal unravelled. German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer also refused demands to dismiss Maassen.
The murder of a German-Cuban man played into the hands of the far-right. But what exactly took place in the east German city and what consequences might this have?
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