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Merkel to chart 2017 election battle at party congress

After Donald Trump's shock victory, Francois Hollande's decision not to seek re-election and populism on the rise, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is next up on the campaign podium to set out her strategy for winning in 2017 polls. When...Show More Summary

Angela Merkel, Last Pillar of Liberal Democracy in Europe, Is Wikileaks's Latest Target 

Now that Wikileaks’s Julian Assange is done helping Donald Trump get elected, the accused rapist and alleged Russian collaborator is turning his attention towards one of the strongest remaining EU proponents, German chancellor Angela Merkel, with a new pile of leaked documents. How brave. Read more...

Erdogan, Merkel discussed EU responsibility in migrant crisis on phone: Turkish sources

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and German Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed the need for the European Union to fulfill its promises to Ankara regarding the migrant crisis, Turkish presidential sources said.

Merkel on a toilet? Try the new German Charlie Hebdo

Some put Chancellor Angela Merkel on a pedestal, but French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo placed her on a toilet seat in seeking to conquer Germany with its provocative brand of humour.

Charlie Hebdo puts broken-down Angela Merkel on cover of first German edition

German leader is assessed by a VW mechanic as needing a new exhaust to win another term in office in new version of satirical magazine French magazine Charlie Hebdo placed German chancellor Angela Merkel variously on a toilet seat and a car mechanic’s hydraulic lift as it released its first German edition on Thursday. Show More Summary

The Latest: Merkel sends condolences to Brazil over crash

The Latest on the aftermath of Colombian plane crash that killed members of Brazilian soccer team (all times local): 7:30 a.m. German Chancellor Angela Merkel says it was with great … Click to Continue »

Germany's Merkel opposes new talks with Turkey on EU accession: Bild

BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel told parliamentary members of her conservative Christian Democrats on Tuesday that she opposed opening new negotiations with Turkey as part of its quest to join the European Union, the Bild newspaper reported.

Germany: Okay–100,000 Of You Migrants Have Gotta Go

German Chancellor Angela Merkel opened the refugee floodgates in her country. The massive influx of refugees has been a controversial topic,...

Merkel: Germany Will Forcibly Deport 100,000 Asylum Seekers

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has officially pulled an about-face when it comes to her stance on the refugee crisis. Merkel plans to deport tens of thousands of North African migrants and to establish policies that will coerce tens of thousands … More » The post Merkel: Germany Will Forcibly Deport 100,000 Asylum Seekers appeared first on EveryJoe.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel Doesn’t Want “Fake News” Messing up Their Election Like It Did Ours - Anyone else feel like a child being openly discussed by their parents in the same room?

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Things are weird in the United States right now, not just because of all the "this is not normal" surrounding our president-elect, but because no one seems too concerned that Russia made a concerted—and successful—effort to influence our election for a particular outcome. Show More Summary

This is how much Germans love (or loath) Merkel

Her third term in office has been Chancellor Angela Merkel's most controversial by a long shot. Over a year after she opened Germany's borders to refugees, a new data map reveals her popularity over time.

Martin Schulz, President of European Parliament, Will Return to German Politics

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Mr. Schulz might challenge Chancellor Angela Merkel in next year’s elections. In another scenario, he might become foreign minister.

Rise of Racist Alt-Right Alarms Israel, Germany

German Chancellor Angela Merkel's government is concerned that white supremacists in the United States are being emboldened by the election of Donald Trump and is watching developments closely, senior officials told Reuters. The Berlin...Show More Summary

Merkel fears social bots may manipulate German election

BERLIN (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel's biggest contender in next year's German election campaign may not be a rival party leader but so-called "social bots" - software programmed to sway opinion on social media sites.

EU's Martin Schulz Mounts Return To German Politics

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The European Union has five presidents, but Germany only has one chancellor. That could have something to do with the decision of European Parliament president Martin Schulz to stand down from his role and prepare for a run for parliament...Show More Summary

Will Angela Merkel Come to the Rescue of Liberal Politics?

last weekNews : Newsweek: US

It was vintage Merkel. Neatly organizing her papers before speaking in her soft Berliner accent, the German Chancellor made the announcement everybody had been waiting for, “To stand as a candidate for a fourth time after 11 years in power is anything but a trivial decision, not for the country, for the party, nor for me,” she said. Show More Summary

Schulz to quit EU parliament chief post for German politics

German politician Martin Schulz plans to quit his post as European Parliament chief to join next year's election campaign at home, where he may mount a challenge against Chancellor Angela Merkel, according to media reports Thursday.Show More Summary

Merkel warns against fake news driving populist gains

German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned Wednesday against the power of fake news on social media to spur the rise of populists, after launching her campaign for a fourth term. Speaking in parliament for the first time since her announcement...Show More Summary

Merkel Must Be Careful Not to Repeat Clinton’s Mistake

In pursuit of centrist voters, the German chancellor must take care to protect her right flank.

Merkel ‘not happy’ Trump scrapping Pacific trade deal

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday criticised plans by US President-elect Donald Trump to ditch a trans-Pacific trade deal, warning that future agreements will likely be worse. With (Other OTC: WWTH – news) a planned US-EU mega-deal called TTIP also looking doomed, Merkel predicted...

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