Angela Merkel’s chief of staff warned Turkey on Wednesday that Germany is prepared to stop Turkish politicians from entering the country, in light of provocative rhetoric from Ankara.
The German government has announced new plans to force social media sites to delete hate speech and fake news. Justice Minister Heiko Maas said Facebook and Twitter had failed to regulate themselves.
The state of Saarland said on Tuesday it would ban foreign officials from holding election rallies on its soil amid a raging dispute with Turkey over campaigning for a pivotal referendum.
Germany’s SPD has convened major center-left figures from around the world to discuss how to combat the rise of populist nationalism. Chancellor candidate Martin Schulz called for a new, fairer globalization.
President Donald Trump has postponed until Friday his planned meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel due to a winter storm bearing down on the northeastern United States, the White House said on Monday.
The Polish former prime minister will serve a second term in his new European role. His home country Poland, now governed by fierce opponents of Tusk, had sought to block him – Tusk himself acknowledged the “paradox.”
Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu accused Berlin of systematically preventing Turkish officials from campaigning at Turkish rallies in Germany.
WikiLeaks released a trove of CIA documents on Tuesday that it claimed revealed details of its secret hacking arsenal.
After a string of canceled rallies in Germany, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu will speak in Hamburg as planned. The events support the expansion of President Erdogan’s powers.
François Hollande, the French president, joined Angela Merkel, Germany’s Chancellor, to say that some stronger countries should be able to move quicker than others.