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Syria Decimated Under World Watch: A Letter from Syrians Working with US, UK, And European Funded Organizations

30/09/2016 H.E. Barack Obama, President of the United States of America H.E. François Hollande, President of France H.E. Theresa May, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom H.E. Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany H.E. Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission H.E. Show More Summary

Germany's Merkel says she has not changed course on migrant policy

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BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel insisted on Saturday that she had not reversed course on her policy on migrants, two weeks after she said she wished she could turn back the clock to better prepare Germany for last year's influx.

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Comes from LGM reader T.J.G.: Justin Trudeau, Angela Merkel, François Hollande, Bashar al Assad and Gary Johnson walk into a bar. Johnson says, “Who the fuck are these people?” …an alternative from WJTS in comments: Justin Trudeau, Angela Merkel, François Hollande, Bashar al Assad and Gary Johnson walk into a bar. “What’ll it be?” asks […]

Here's Hillary Clinton's Favorite World Leader

Hillary Clinton named German Chancellor Angela Merkel as her favorite world leader. Clinton praised Merkel for her "extraordinary" handling of the...

'Deutsche Bank may be the end of Merkel's career' (DB)

Deutsche Bank is under siege, and according to noted bank analyst Christopher Whalen of Kroll Bond Rating Agency, the fault lies with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. "The problem with Deutsche Bank may be the end of Merkel's career," he told Business Insider over the phone. Show More Summary

Bailing out Deutsche Bank would be a terrible decision for Angela Merkel

Deutsche Bank hasn't had an easy few days. But that doesn't mean German Chancellor Angela Merkel will be coming to the rescue. Two weeks ago it was reported that the troubled German lender might be slapped with fines worth $14 billion by US regulators over bad derivative products from the financial crisis. Show More Summary

EU Takes Germany to Court Over Allegedly Discriminatory Toll Plan

The Wall Street Journal reports that the European Union is taking Germany to the European Court of Justice over “a road-toll scheme championed by the Bavarian arm of [Chancellor Angela] Merkel’s party that would allow German taxpayers...Show More Summary

DEUTSCHE BANK UNTER ALLES: The Deutsche Bank crisis could take Angela Merkel down – and the Euro. …

DEUTSCHE BANK UNTER ALLES: The Deutsche Bank crisis could take Angela Merkel down – and the Euro. I love this line in CNBC’s take, which is headlined, “Pressure is building for Germany to show it’s ready to rescue Deutsche Bank:” “German officials could be about to find themselves in an uncomfortable position: Being called on […]

Trump, stirring surprise, praises Angela Merkel as a ‘great world leader’ despite earlier attacks

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gave a surprising response Thursday when asked to name a world leader he respects. He named Germany’s Angela Merkel, whom he has regularly criticized on the campaign trail over her refugee policies. “Well, I think Merkel is a really great world leader, but I was very disappointed... with the whole […]

Obama, Merkel condemn 'barbarous' Russian, Syrian strikes on Aleppo: White House

US President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel condemned what they called "barbarous" Russian and Syrian regime airstrikes on Aleppo during a phone call Thursday, the White House said. Russia and the Syrian governmentShow More Summary

Gundlach: "The Market Will Keep Pushing Deutsche Bank Lower Until It Is Bailed Out"

With stunned investors reliving memories of the 2008 crisis as Deutsche Bank, a bank that is half the size of its host, Germany, seemingly on the precipice, and with Angela Merkel vowing as recently as this weekend not to bailout the...Show More Summary

Russia has 'responsibility' to calm Syria: Merkel, Erdogan

Russia has a "special responsibility to calm violence and give a political process a chance" in Syria, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday. "The latest offensive by the Syrian regime...Show More Summary

Germany gets economic rebalancing only half right

The country no longer depends on exports for growth. Strong domestic demand is the key driver these days, a government-commissioned report says. Yet the current account surplus is still rising. Blame not only Angela Merkel’s fiscal restraint but also weak corporate investment.

Merkel wants to send back dud migrants

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, under fire at home over her refugees policy, called Saturday for Europe to secure deals with third countries to send back migrants who do not qualify for asylum.

Merkel party leader admits sexism is a problem

A leader of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative party admitted Sunday that it has a problem with sexism in its ranks, after a female politician spoke out about vulgar and belittling comments.

Europe needs deals to send migrants home: Merkel

Germany's embattled Chancellor Angela Merkel said Saturday that Europe needs to secure more deals with third countries on sending back migrants who do not qualify for asylum.

Accusation of sexism within Merkel's party creates uproar

A young politician from the ranks of Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU) has caused a storm by suggesting that the party is institutionally sexist.

STOCKS SINK: Here's what you need to know

Stocks dove on Monday ahead of the first presidential debate. Financial and healthcare stocks led the pack into the red, while Deutsche Bank shares cratered to a record low after weekend reports that German Chancellor Angela Merkel will...Show More Summary

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Bloomberg: Germany Sees ‘No Grounds’ for Speculation Over Deutsche Bank Aid. (video) Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government sees “no grounds” for speculation over state funding for Deutsche Bank AG, her chief spokesman said, pushing back against a magazine report that the German leader has ruled out any such aid. Show More Summary

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