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Germany dismisses Russia's claim teenaged girl was raped, proves she was at friend's house

Jan 29, 2016

Germany dismisses Russia's claim teenaged girl was raped, proves she was at friend's house

The Russian-German girl who ignited an international row after saying she was raped by migrants was sleeping at a friend's house on the night in question, Berlin said. #Syria #NewsTracker #European Union #Rape #Berlin #Sergey Lavrov #Russian Foreign Minister #Frank-Walter Steinmeier #German Foreign Minister #Germany-Russia relations
Germany's penalty for not facing 'immediate personal persecution'? Relatives of such migrants to be de-prioritised

Jan 29, 2016

Germany's penalty for not facing 'immediate personal persecution'? Relatives of such migrants to be de-prioritised

Germany's governing coalition has reached a deal to end prolonged squabbling over measures to streamline its handling of the migrant influx, a result that means some Syrians may face a longer wait to bring relatives to Germany. #NewsTracker #Germany #Migrants #Syrian refugees #islamic-state #European Refugee Crisis
'More transparency better for relations': Russia urges Germany to share details of teen rape case

Jan 28, 2016

'More transparency better for relations': Russia urges Germany to share details of teen rape case

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Thursday said Germany should share information about a 13-year-old Russian-German girl who was allegedly raped by migrants. #Russia #Germany #European Union #TheySaidIt #Rape #Migrants #Sergey Lavrov #Refugee crisis #Frank-Walter Steinmeier #Liza #Moscoq #Turkemenistan
More than 60 percent refugees coming to Europe are actually economic migrants, claims EU official

Jan 27, 2016

More than 60 percent refugees coming to Europe are actually economic migrants, claims EU official

European Commission First Vice-President Frans Timmermans claimed that new figures prove that “60 percent” of those who seek refugee status are actually not entitled to it as they are not people fleeing war in their home countries. #NewsTracker #Greece #Germany #Slovenia #EU #Denmark #Morocco #European Commission #Tunisia #Hungary #Austria #UNHCR #Frans Timmermans #World War Two #Shareworthy #Refugee crisis #Prime Minister Viktor Orban #Miro Cerar #NOS
In age of direct streaming, world's oldest video rental shop owner is determined to stay afloat

Jan 23, 2016

In age of direct streaming, world's oldest video rental shop owner is determined to stay afloat

Eckhard Baum's video rental shop, the oldest in the world and located in Kassel, Germany, may have to shut down soon. #NewsTracker #Germany #FWeekend #Eckhard Baum #Kassel #oldest video shop
Aylan Kurdi would have become a sex offender? Why Charlie Hebdo's latest cartoon is kicking up a storm

Jan 15, 2016

Aylan Kurdi would have become a sex offender? Why Charlie Hebdo's latest cartoon is kicking up a storm

Charlie Hebdo has invited more controversy over their latest cartoon showing drowned Syrian toddler Aylan Kurdi as a grown up sexual offender. #Twitter #France #didyouknow #ConnectTheDots #Germany #Charlie Hebdo #Cologne #Shareworthy #Alyan Kurdi
Tour de France to change things around, to start with short time trial in 2017

Jan 14, 2016

Tour de France to change things around, to start with short time trial in 2017

The 2017 Tour de France will start with a short time trial in the streets of Duesseldorf, offering German rider Tony Martin an opportunity to grab the yellow jersey in front of his home fans. #Cycling #Germany #Tour de France #SportsTracker #2017 #Dusseldorf
'Deport them': Protesters blame refugees for Cologne violence, rally against Angela Merkel

Jan 12, 2016

'Deport them': Protesters blame refugees for Cologne violence, rally against Angela Merkel

Thousands of far-right protesters rallied against Angela Merkel and the record refugee influx they blamed for sexual violence against women at Cologne. #NewsTracker #Angela Merkel #Germany #Cologne #New Year's Eve. #PEGIDA #Heiko Maas #Leipzig #LEGIDA