Much has been made recently of a rising far-right and an influx of Middle Eastern immigrants fuelling a rise in anti-Semitism. But official figures don’t seem to back these claims up. By Jörk Luyken
Germany’s parliament voted after a heated debate on Thursday to resume family reunions for temporary refugees from mid-year but sharply restrict the number of relatives arriving at 1,000 a month.
Germans feel less safe than they did in the past and small arms purchases are on the rise. But experts say a boost in weapons ownership will likely do more harm than good.
Austria should work to ease tensions between western and the eastern EU members, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said in Vienna at the joint press conference with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Tuesday.
Chancellor Angela Merkel agreed with the Social Democrats on Tuesday to allow refugee family reunions to bring up to 1,000 people a month to the country, removing a key hurdle in their talks to form a government.
The German government on Monday condemned revelations that carmakers BMW, Volkswagen and Daimler had tested the effects of diesel fumes on monkeys and humans.
The nonwhite invasion of Europe has continued unabated into the new year, with at least 2.810 Third World scroungers – or 165 every day – landing on the continent in the first 17 days of 2018.
Chancellor Angela Merkel embarks Friday on the last stretch of tortuous negotiations to forge a government for Germany, in a race against time to stop her power slipping away at home and abroad.
The 73-year-old former Chancellor Gerhard Schröder announced on Thursday that he was to marry his partner Kim So-yeon in a ceremony later this year.
Germany’s current government has approved massive arms exports to countries in conflict areas, according to a new report. The CDU-SPD cabinet also set new records for selling weapons, despite pledges to reduce it.