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Enough with the Hitler comparisons, already

A man holds a poster with a picture of German Chancellor Angela Merkel wearing a swastika. Merkel opposition said that the euro forces German taxpayers to rescue bankrupt southern European countries whose people denounce them as Nazis for their efforts. Show More Summary

Oh Angela Merkel we love you get up

4 days agoArts : Parterre Box

There is no snow in Bayreuth. There is no rain in Oberfranken.

Angela Merkel did not faint at Bayreuth

Two German media sites, Bild and Speigel, reported that the Chancellor fainted at a coffee bar in Bayreuth. They later printed a government statement saying it was nothing of the sort. Her chair was faulty and collapsed. The Chancellor went on to watch Tristan und Isolde, which she said she enjoyed. Our correspondent saw her […]

Merkel's Bavarian ally wants more money to cope with refugees

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany needs to double its financial support to federal states struggling with a surge of refugees and tougher rules are needed to prevent the abuse of asylum procedures, Chancellor Angela Merkel's Bavarian ally said on Sunday.

Merkel Could Remain German Chancellor Until 2021 - Christian Social Union

According to the head of the Christian Social Union in Bavaria, Angela Merkel could remain German Chancellor until at least 2021.

News: Gay Pharaohs, Jon Stewart, Berlin, Matt Bomer, NASA, Prince

6 days agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

> Ingrid Sischy, the openly gay former editor in chief of Interview magazine passed away today at the age of 63. > Members of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) in Berlin say “no” t… The post News: Gay Pharaohs, Jon Stewart, Berlin, Matt Bomer, NASA, Prince appeared first on Towleroad.

Pressure Builds on Merkel as Former Deputy Resigns Over Greece Policy

As negotiations between Greece’s creditors and Athens resume today, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has suffered a blow with Wolfgang Bosbach, one of the senior members of her own party, resigning from his position as Home Affairs Committee chairman in protest to Germany’s policy towards Greece.

Normandy Four Leaders Discuss Minsk Accords in Phone Call - Kremlin

Russian President Vladimir Putin, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, French President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel – leaders of the so-called Normandy quartet – discussed on Thursday in a phone call the implementation of the Minsk agreements on Ukraine reconciliation, the Kremlin said in a statement.

'Grexit' struggle tests Germany's power duo

BERLIN (Reuters) - On July 17th, her 61st birthday, Angela Merkel stepped to the podium in the Bundestag and urged German lawmakers to approve a new round of bailout negotiations with Greece, warning of "chaos and violence" if Athens were pushed out of the euro zone.

Angela Merkel gently strokes teenage Palestinian refugee while basically telling her to go fck herself.

last weekHumor / odd : Happy Place

There is a time and place to get weirdly maternal, and this is not it. "It's okay, honey. You have a whole year before we force you out." (via Newsweek) When it comes to asylum, Germany faces a similar challenge America faces with immigration:...Show More Summary

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Bloomberg: Awkward Alliance Running Germany Exposed by Greek Crisis. In 2000, Angela Merkel pushed past Wolfgang Schaeuble on her way to the top of the political ladder. As finance minister, he’s won her pledge of a free hand in policy making in exchange for his loyalty. Show More Summary

Is Jeb! Related to Angela Merkel?

Jeb! apparently thinks the U.S. needs spending cuts in order to get a balanced Federal budget, which sort of sounds like what Merkel has been insisting in terms of fiscal policy for the “Club Med” nations. I was wondering where this hate filled term came from and in my search I found this. Show More Summary

Merkel's Euro Dream Hanging on a Thread

An analysis of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's background goes a long way to explain why she has divided her coalition parties and estranged her own finance minister over fighting against a Greek exit from the euro.

Merkel and the Crying Girl: Five Lessons

Angela Merkel is mean: that seemed to be the story last week. First she was accused of humiliating Alexis Tsipras, the Greek Prime Minister, in negotiations for his country’s third financial bailout in five years. Then came word that Merkel, upon returning to Germany from the Greek summit, had made a fourteen-year-old refugee girl cry.

Tearful Moment With Merkel Turns Migrant Girl Into a Potent Symbol

last weekNews : NYTimes: News

German legislation may offer a chance for permanent residency to young asylum seekers like Reem Sahwil, who had a tearful exchange with Angela Merkel.

Why Greece versus Germany is a more profound standoff than you might think

Alexis Tsipras, Greece’s prime minister, left, speaks as Angela Merkel, Germany’s chancellor, looks on. Photo by Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg via Getty Images This page has, since its inception before the Crash of ’08, relied on the economic point of view in its various forms, right and left. Show More Summary

Frontrunning: July 20

Gold Plunges to Lowest Since 2010 (BBG) In Greek crisis, one big unhappy EU family (Reuters) Greek Banks Reopen Their Doors (WSJ) Greek reshuffle hints at autumn election (FT) Angela Merkel signals conditions for Greek debt talks (FT)...Show More Summary

The Euro, From Cash to Kesh

Ruling out any writeoff of Greece’s debts, Angela Merkel is quoted today as saying “A classic haircut of 30, 40 percent of debt cannot happen in a currency union....” This echoes what Wolfgang Schäuble said last week: “....everyone knows that a debt haircut is incompatible with membership in the monetary union.”OK, let’s take a moment with this. Show More Summary

The more Merkel says a 'haircut' won't happen, the more likely it looks that Greece will leave

What is Angela Merkel going to do with Greece? It's not an easy question to answer, judging from what she told German broadcaster ARD yesterday. On the one hand, she was insistent that there should be no "haircut" on Greek debt. ButShow More Summary

Now even Germany is talking about debt relief for Greece

Berlin (AFP) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sunday again ruled out forgiving some of Greece's crippling debt but said Berlin was open to a flexible repayment plan. Merkel told public broadcaster ARD that "there can't be a classic...Show More Summary

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