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India accepts Germany's request to allow Angela Merkel to remain seated during national anthem at ceremonial reception in Rashtrapati Bhavan
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India accepts Germany's request to allow Angela Merkel to remain seated during national anthem at ceremonial reception in Rashtrapati Bhavan

India has accepted a request by the German government to allow Chancellor Angela Merkel to remain seated while the national anthems of both countries are played during a ceremonial reception as she is suffering from a medical condition

Seized Iranian tanker will be released if oil isn't going to Syria, says UK foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt
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Seized Iranian tanker will be released if oil isn't going to Syria, says UK foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt

Britain will facilitate the release of a seized Iranian tanker if Iran can provide guarantees with the vessel would not breach European sanctions on oil shipments to Syria, Britain's top diplomat said, as European nations called for new talks to ease tensions in the Persian Gulf

Germany will define its own 5G security standards after US' warning on Huawei
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Germany will define its own 5G security standards after US' warning on Huawei

US recently said it will scale back data-sharing with Berlin if Huawei was allowed to participate.

A 20-year-old admits to Germany's biggest data hack that hit Angela Merkel, others
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A 20-year-old admits to Germany's biggest data hack that hit Angela Merkel, others

The 20-year-old accessed and leak personal data and documents from about 1,000 people.

NATO Summit: John Kerry slams Donald Trump's 'destructive' demands of members to double defence spending
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NATO Summit: John Kerry slams Donald Trump's 'destructive' demands of members to double defence spending

Former US Secretary of State John Kerry has slammed President Donald Trump's remarks at the NATO Summit, calling it "disgraceful" and "destructive" that went against America's interests.

23-year-old Afghan man deported from Germany found dead in Kabul hotel room; police say he committed suicide
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23-year-old Afghan man deported from Germany found dead in Kabul hotel room; police say he committed suicide

In 2016, Berlin signed a deal with Kabul to repatriate Afghan migrants who had failed to obtain asylum, and began expelling people in December 2016.

German parliamentary election: Jews around the world express alarm at far-right AfD's rise in national politics
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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

Angela Merkel casts ballot in Berlin in Germany's general election; likely to clinch fourth term
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Angela Merkel casts ballot in Berlin in Germany's general election; likely to clinch fourth term

Merkel's conservative CDU party, along with its Bavarian sister party the CSU, holds a double-digit lead in the polls

Germany goes to polls today as Chancellor Angela Merkel set to win historic fourth term
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Germany goes to polls today as Chancellor Angela Merkel set to win historic fourth term

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

Germany lashes out at US over sanctions against Russia affecting gas pipeline to Europe
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Germany lashes out at US over sanctions against Russia affecting gas pipeline to Europe

Germany on Friday lashed out at Washington over new sanctions against Russia that target the planned Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline to Europe.

Paris climate deal: China vows to 'steadfastly' implement the 2015 agreement
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Paris climate deal: China vows to 'steadfastly' implement the 2015 agreement

China will "steadfastly" implement the Paris climate pact, premier Li Keqiang said, urging others to do likewise as US president Donald Trump was due to announce whether Washington will remain in the deal.

German envoy to US Peter Wittig downplays tensions between Donald Trump and Angela Merkel
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German envoy to US Peter Wittig downplays tensions between Donald Trump and Angela Merkel

Downplaying the increased tensions between Trump and Merkel, Berlin's envoy to Washington Peter Wittig described the bilateral relationship as "good and productive".

G7 Summit: Britain's Amber Rudd reassures Angela Merkel it will be a 'strong partner'
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G7 Summit: Britain's Amber Rudd reassures Angela Merkel it will be a 'strong partner'

Britain said it would be a "strong partner" to Germany in response to comments by German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the G7 summit in Italy.

Manchester terror attack: Former US president Barack Obama 'heartbroken' by the loss of life
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Manchester terror attack: Former US president Barack Obama 'heartbroken' by the loss of life

Ex-US president Barack Obama said at a Berlin reunion with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday that he was "heartbroken" by the Manchester suicide bombing.

Paris Agreement: Germany, China urge Donald Trump to remain within climate change deal
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Paris Agreement: Germany, China urge Donald Trump to remain within climate change deal

The governments of Germany and China on Monday urged the US not to walk away from the Paris Agreement on climate change saying it would benefit US economically.

German election 2017: Politicians reach out to migrants from Russia
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German election 2017: Politicians reach out to migrants from Russia

As Germany gears up for a general election in September, politicians are reaching out to migrants from Russia in an effort to tap what is seen as a long-neglected group of voters.

German parliament backs partial burqa ban, Merkel says 'they're not appropriate in her country'
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German parliament backs partial burqa ban, Merkel says 'they're not appropriate in her country'

Members of Germany's lower house of parliament have approved a law that partially bans the full-face Islamic veil or the burqa

Berlin market attack: Sickening if attacker is proven to be refugee, says Angela Merkel
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Berlin market attack: Sickening if attacker is proven to be refugee, says Angela Merkel

The driver who rammed a truck into a crowded Christmas market in the heart of the German capital, killing at least 12 people and injuring nearly 50, did so intentionally, police said Tuesday. Chancellor Angela Merkel said authorities believe it was a terror attack.

German Chancellor Merkel to campaign for general election after Prez Gauk backs out of race
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German Chancellor Merkel to campaign for general election after Prez Gauk backs out of race

German President Joachim Gauck said that he would not stand for a second term, creating a political headache for Chancellor Angela Merkel ahead of an election year

PM Modi, Chancellor Merkel visit Bosch facility in Bengaluru
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PM Modi, Chancellor Merkel visit Bosch facility in Bengaluru

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday visited German automotive major Bosch's facility in this tech hub for a firsthand view of its operations in India.