Three words, no coincidence: “We’ll manage it.” German Chancellor Angela Merkel, in her first substantive response to a string of violent episodes over the last 10 days, on Thursday repeated the same utterance she made famous last year as the nation opened its borders to an enormous flood of refugees...
Following a series of violent attacks in Germany – two of which were linked to ISIS – German chancellor Angela Merkel doubled down on her open immigration policy, assuring the German people that “we can do it” when it comes to balancing...Show More Summary
Chancellor Angela Merkel pledged Thursday to do "everything humanly possible" to keep Germany safe following a string of attacks — including two carried out by asylum-seekers and claimed by the Islamic State group that she said mocked the country that took in the assailants. The attacks brought...
The upsurge in violence in Germany has marked a watershed in the history of Chancellor Angela Merkel's leadership and Germany's "golden age."
The Daesh terrorist group can infiltrate the refugee influx into Europe in order to carry out terrorist attacks, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Thursday.
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Germans must "stick to our principles," she said
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has doubled down on her migration policy, saying that she will not alter it in the wake of a series of terror attacks and other violent incidents. Merkel cut short her summer holiday to face questionsShow More Summary
Angela Merkel announced an increase in the number of security forces in Germany and across Europe.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that the EU-US Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) deal is absolutely right and important and absolutely in Europe’s interest.
Angela Merkel said that authorities would accelerate the process of deportation of migrants who are unable to receive asylum in the country.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday that terrorists wanted to reduce Germany's readiness to take in refugees but she added that her government was against that as she spoke after a spate of recent attacks in the south of the country.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel interrupted her vacation on Thursday to face down accusations at home and abroad that her open-door refugee policy allowed Islamist terrorism to take hold in Germany.
Following the recent wave of deadly attacks in Germany, German and foreign media speculate whether it could cost Chancellor Merkel her next term and her Christian Democratic Union (CDU) control of the country's parliament.
Officials in the German state of Bavaria have called on German Chancellor Angela Merkel to introduce a crackdown on security and immigration measures across the country, following recent attacks in the region, with Bavarian officials declaring that "Islamist terror" had reached Germany.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is coming under enormous pressure to control immigration following four terror attacks in days ahead of regional elections in the autumn, which could see her party sidelined and her chances of running for the presidency next year thwarted.
Refugees have affectionately referred to Angela Merkel as "Mutti" (mama), praising the chancellor for her open door policy that has allowed more than a million of asylum seekers to settle in Germany. But a week of migrant-related terror in Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg has given birth to a new nickname for Merkel, "Mutter Terroresia."
A profound sense of fear has gripped Germany after four deadly attacks over the last week, three of them involving refugees. Now Chancellor Angela Merkel’s decision to voluntarily take in more than 1 million refugees from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan last year is coming under renewed scrutiny. ...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel will stick to the EU-Turkey agreement on refugees despite Ankara's crackdown on the opposition and civil liberties that provoked criticism from the EU member-states after the recent failed Turkish coup attempt, German Alliance for Progress and Renewal party’s (ALFA) spokesman Christian Schmidt told Sputnik on Monday.