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Germany ekes some fun out of quiet Carnival

A few Carnival floats poking fun at the likes of Russian President Vladimir Putin and former US president Donald Trump have made their way...

Germany tightens border checks to keep out virus variants

Germany has implemented tighter border controls on its frontiers with the Czech Republic and Austria’s Tyrol province in an effort to stem the spread...

Snow and ice disrupt transport across Europe

Germany and the Netherlands have seen transport disrupted as heavy snowfall and icy temperatures gripped parts of central and northern Europe. The weather led to...

Germany looking to accelerate sluggish distribution of vaccines

Chancellor Angela Merkel and German state governors were planning to talk with representatives of the pharmaceutical industry on ways to beef up the country’s...

Germany expects limited EU approval for AstraZeneca vaccine

Germany’s health minister said he expects the European Union’s drug regulator to authorise a coronavirus vaccine made by AstraZeneca on Friday, but it may...

France’s Sanofi to make Covid vaccines from rival Pfizer/BioNTech

French drug maker Sanofi has said it will help manufacture 125 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine developed by its rivals Pfizer and BioNTech,...

The Power Shift: What the news won’t highlight

We're just over 2 weeks into 2021, and with so much going on its hard to keep track of world wide events. Today we're...

Artworks looted under Nazi rule handed over by German authorities

German authorities have now handed over all 14 works from the art trove accumulated by late collector Cornelius Gurlitt that so far were proven...

Angela Merkel sees Twitter’s cancelling of Donald Trump as ‘problematic’

German Chancellor Angela Merkel considers US President Donald Trump’s eviction from Twitter by the company “problematic”, her spokesman said. Twitter permanently suspended Mr Trump from...

Law to require large German firms to have at least one woman on board

Germany’s Cabinet has approved legislation that will require large companies to put at least one woman on their management boards. The Bill calls for companies...

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