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Death toll of train crash in Germany rises to 11

Feb 11, 2016

Death toll of train crash in Germany rises to 11

A 47-year-old man succumbed Thursday to his injuries from the train crash in Germany, bringing the death toll to 11, police said. #NewsTracker #Germany #death toll #train crash #Transport Minister Alexander Dobrindt #Offenbach
Ten killed, scores injured after trains suffer head-on collision in Germany

Feb 10, 2016

Ten killed, scores injured after trains suffer head-on collision in Germany

Two commuter trains crashed head-on Tuesday in southern Germany, killing 10 people and injuring around 90 as they slammed into each other on a curve after an automatic safety braking system apparently failed, the transport minister said. #NewsTracker #Germany #accident #train #BadAibling
Germany's first deadly train tragedy in four years leaves at least eight dead, 100 injured

Feb 09, 2016

Germany's first deadly train tragedy in four years leaves at least eight dead, 100 injured

wo commuter trains collided head-on in southern Germany on Tuesday, killing at least eight people and injuring around 100, in one of the country's deadliest rail accidents in years. #NewsTracker #Germany #Austria #German train crash #ICE train #BAD Aibling
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