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Germany reviews arms shipments to Turkey amid row

In the months after the July 2016 coup attempt, Germany already blocked 11 separate arms export shipments to Turkey, including handguns, ammunition or weapons components.

Germany's Angela Merkel backs Foreign Minister's measures against Turkey

Germany's Angela Merkel backs Foreign Minister's measures against Turkey

Earlier, Gabriel cast doubt on Turkey's aspirations to join the EU.

Angela Merkel blasts arrest of German activist by Turkey as 'unjustified'

German Chancellor on Tuesday sharply criticised Turkey`s detention of German human rights activist Peter Steudtner.

Royal couple meets Holocaust survivors on second day of Poland tour

Prince William praised strong ties between Poland and Britain at a party Monday night.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel rejects proposal on refugee limit

German Chancellor Angela Merkel's party Christian Democratic Union (CDU) has dismissed proposals from its sister party Christian Social Union (CSU) to impose a limit on the number of refugees admitted to the country.

Russia causing cyber mayhem, should face retaliation: Ex-UK spy chief

Russia causing cyber mayhem, should face retaliation: Ex-UK spy chief

Russia denies allegations from governments and intelligence services that it is behind a growing number of cyber attacks on commercial and political targets around the world, including the hackings of recent US and French presidential election campaigns.

Scuffles, water cannon at final anti-G20 march in Hamburg

Scuffles, water cannon at final anti-G20 march in Hamburg

In the late evening, after leaders had left Hamburg, police turned on water cannon to disperse remaining protestors, many drunk, who started throwing bottles and other objects.

 

Ivanka breaks protocol, replaces Donald Trump at G-20 heads meet

Ivanka breaks protocol, replaces Donald Trump at G-20 heads meet

A White House official told AFP that Ivanka had been at the back of the room but "briefly joined the main table when the president had to step out."
 

Angela Merkel calls for G20 compromise as crunch climate talks start

Angela Merkel calls for G20 compromise as crunch climate talks start

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Friday morning in Hamburg that the EU would respond "immediately and adequately" if the U.S. took action on steel.

PM Narendra Modi at G2O Summit: In Pics

PM Narendra Modi at G2O Summit: In Pics

 PM Narendra Modi on Friday reached at Hamburg in Germany to attend the summit at the 19th session of G20 nations. Founded in 1999, the group makes up 85 per cent of the world’s GDP and two-thirds of its population.

China supports 'united, stable, prosperous, open' European Union: Xi Jinping

The Chinese leader said the more complicated the international situation was, the more significant the stable development of China-EU relations would become, Xinhua news agency reported.

Angela Merkel overshadows party ahead of September election

Challenger Martin Schulz of the centre-left Social Democratic Party (SPD) is leading his campaign with "more social justice", promising reforms to tax, unemployment benefits and childcare after having just succeeded with a push to legalise same-sex marriage.

Germany legalises same-sex marriage, Chancellor Angela Merkel Merkel votes against

The election-year bill was pushed by Merkel's leftist rivals, who pounced on comments she made early this week suggesting a policy U-turn -- a manoeuvre that left her conservative lawmakers fuming.

German Parliament legalises same-sex marriage

German Parliament legalises same-sex marriage

393 lawmakers voted to approve the amendment, while 226 voted against and four abstained.

Germany to pass same-sex marriage law

Gay and lesbian groups cheered the push for marriage equality in Germany where so-called civil unions were legalised in 2001.

'Welcome to hell,' vow German anti-G20 protesters

"Capitalism will end anyway -- you decide when!" reads a banner atop the Rote Flora, a former vacant theatre that was occupied by squatters in 1989 in the midst of demonstrations and street battles.

Popular Polish TV satire targets powerful conservative leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski

For many Poles, "The Chairman's Ear" accurately represents how their country is governed, with all real power in the hands of Jaroslaw Kaczynski, chairman of the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party, even though he holds no government post.

German parliament paves way for gay marriage vote Friday

All other political parties hold the same view, leaving Merkel`s party opposed along with the hard-right Alternative for Germany (AfD).

Martin Schulz hits out at 'arrogant' Angela Merkel

The SPD's call for gay marriage comes just a week after the Greens set a similar condition, while Merkel's CDU has so far refused to allow same gender couples to wed. 

European Union migrants decry Theresa May's Brexit offer as stingy

In the year since the Brexit referendum, British employers have been increasingly sounding the alarm about the impact on their businesses.