Pro-EU candidate Emmanuel Macron decisive victory has raised hopes in Berlin that Germany and France can kick-start their stalled partnership.
Chancellor Angela Merkel had emphatically thrown her support behind Macron against his far-right, anti-EU challenger Marine Le Pen, aware that the very existence of the European Union was at stake in the vote.
During a tense appearance with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Russian President Vladimir Putin denied on Tuesday that Moscow ever interferes in elections in other countries.
Saudi Arabia will not buy more weapons from Germany, and concentrate instead on economic cooperation in other sectors, a report said.
The EU remains divided over whether to suspend accession talks between it and Turkey, with Austria leading the calls for scrapping the talks.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel talked tough ahead of Saturday’s EU-27 summit on Brexit. The UK, she said, would not be as well positioned as EU member states.
The Israeli Prime Minister has made good on a promise to cancel talks with the German foreign minister if he met with human rights groups during his trip to Israel.
Germany’s anti-immigration AfD wrapped up a fractious party congress Sunday by choosing a new team to lead it into a September general election, after dramatically sidelining its most prominent personality.
Leading politicians in Germany and Europe have voiced relief that pro-EU candidate Emmanuel Macron won Sunday’s poll. They called on French voters to back him in the second round against the far-right Marine Le Pen.
Ivanka Trump will participate in a panel discussion on women’s economic empowerment during an official visit to Germany next week.