Hanau shooting: Germany to raise police presence after nine killed in racist attack; mosques to be under surveillance
Germany's top security official said Friday that authorities will step up the police presence throughout the country and keep a closer watch on mosques and other sites after the racially motivated shootings that killed nine people
Germany ended months of political uncertainty Sunday when Chancellor Angela Merkel gained the support needed to preserve her governing coalition.
Germany's second-biggest party said its members have in their high-stakes referendum approved a plan to join Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition, clearing the last hurdle in the way of the veteran leader's fourth term
Angela Merkel's party to hold talks with SPD over forming coalition, likely to seal deal by Sunday evening
German chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives will sit down with their historic centre-left rivals today to try and seal a deal to form a government more than four months after legislative elections.
The mayor of a small town in western Germany known for pursuing liberal migrant policies was stabbed in the neck at a kebab shop on Monday evening and seriously hurt in an attack that officials suspected was politically motivated.
Coalition talks to form new German govt collapse; failure in negotiations could end Angela Merkel's chancellorship, says media
Talks to form a new German government collapsed as the pro-business FDP party walked out, potentially precipitating the end of Angela Merkel's career.
Chancellor Angela Merkel is making a last push to forge a government, in a twin battle to save her political future and avert fresh elections that could destabilise Germany and Europe
Thousands march in Berlin against far-right AfD's debut in German parliament; decry racism, Islamophobia
Thousands of demonstrators marched Sunday in Berlin, in protest against the far-right Alternative for Germany's debut in parliament next week
Rise of the Right reaches Austria: Sebastian Kurz's anti-immigration, anti-Islam plank may change Europe
European leaders are worried about the policies that conservative Sebastian Kurz and his Right-wing party Austrian People's Party (OeVP) may pursue after it comes to power in Austria
Angela Merkel agrees to cap Germany's refugee intake at 200,000 a year; seeks to unite allies ahead of tough coalition talks
Two weeks after winning elections with a reduced majority, Chancellor Angela Merkel has agreed to limit Germany's refugee intake in a bid to unite her conservative camp ahead of tough coalition talks to form a new government.
Angela Merkel wins fourth term, but her 'politics of consensus' is to be blamed for rise of the Right in Germany
On the face of it, Alternative for Germany's (AFD) march into the heart of German democracy coincides with the similar march of the Right-wing across Europe
German parliamentary election: Jews around the world express alarm at far-right AfD's rise in national politics
Jewish expressed alarm on Sunday at the far-right AfD's success in Germany’s parliamentary election and urged other parties not to form an alliance with the party
Germany's Angela Merkel wins fourth term; victory clouded by nationist party winning first parliament seats
Chancellor Angela Merkel clinched a fourth term in Germany's general election, but her victory was clouded by the hard-right AfD party winning its first seats in parliament.
Germans vote in a national election that is likely to see Merkel win a fourth term and a far-right party enter parliament for the first time in over 50 years
Chancellor Angela Merkel's party endured a second setback in a state election in two weeks on Sunday, as many voters turned to the left and right in Berlin, according to projections based on exit polls.
Maharashtra govt on 1 April, revoked the ban on beef.
Despite his earlier hints of never getting married, sources confirmed that Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is ready to give up his bachelorhood and tie the knot
It was only a matter of time before the Hindi film industry's attention turned to Game of Thrones
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is no shrinking violet when it comes to warmly wishing world leaders and Indian political leaders on their birthdays
Delhi sucks! Krantiveer Kanhaiya is moving to Mumbai University, says he wants to experience Shiv Sena
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Students' Union leader Kanhaiya Kumar told a section of the media that he has made up his mind to leave the National Capital and move to aamchi Mumbai