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Kremlin tells West not to rush to judge it on Navalny as sanctions talk starts

Sep 03 2020

MOSCOW/BERLIN Russia said on Thursday the West should not rush to judge it over the poisoning of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny and that there were no grounds to accuse it of the crime, as talk in the West of punishing Moscow intensified. | Video

Germany pressed to rethink Nord Stream 2 pipeline after Navalny poisoning

Sep 03 2020

BERLIN Pressure mounted on German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday to reconsider the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, which will take gas from Russia to Germany, after she said Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny had been poisoned with a Soviet-style nerve agent.

Kremlin tells West not to rush to judge it on Navalny as sanctions talk starts

Sep 03 2020

MOSCOW/BERLIN, Sept 3 Russia said on Thursday the West should not rush to judge it over the poisoning of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny and said there were no grounds to accuse it of the crime, as talk in the West of punishing Moscow intensified.

Merkel says pandemic to worsen, vaccine key for return to normality

Aug 28 2020

BERLIN German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned on Friday that the coronavirus pandemic would worsen in coming months, and that life would not return to normal until a vaccine against it had been developed.

EU mulls Belarus sanctions as opposition calls for Merkel's aid

Aug 27 2020

BERLIN European Union foreign ministers on Thursday sought sanctions against Belarus to pressure President Alexander Lukashenko to hold new elections as the country's opposition appealed to German Chancellor Angela Merkel for help.

German court convicts 93-year old man for Nazi crimes

Jul 23 2020

BERLIN A Hamburg court convicted a 93-year old German man of helping to murder 5,232 prisoners, many of them Jewish, at a Nazi concentration camp in World War Two and gave him a suspended two-year sentence in one of the last cases against Nazi-era crimes.

Taking EU helm, Germany's Merkel calls on Europe to show resolve

Jul 02 2020

BERLIN/BRUSSELS German Chancellor Angela Merkel has urged European Union leaders to reach agreement on a multi-billion euro coronavirus recovery fund, calling for resolve and saying Europe was facing the most difficult situation in its history.

Changing of guard at top German court signals de-escalation for ECB

Jun 22 2020

BERLIN Changes to the composition of Germany's top court are likely to make it less confrontational towards the European Central Bank following a ruling about bond purchases that sent shockwaves around Europe, according to two sources close to the court.

Changing of guard at top German court signals de-escalation for ECB

Jun 22 2020

BERLIN Changes to the composition of Germany's top court are likely to make it less confrontational towards the European Central Bank following a ruling about bond purchases that sent shockwaves around Europe, according to two sources close to the court.

German exports plunge as coronavirus wrecks demand in April

Jun 09 2020

BERLIN German exports and imports slumped in April, posting their biggest declines since records began in 1990 as demand dried up in the coronavirus lockdown, casting further gloom over the outlook for Europe's biggest economy. | Video

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