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Merkel opens up on Ukraine: How convincing was she?
Former Chancellor Merkel defended the legacy of her policies on Ukraine and Russia and said she had nothing to apologize for. DW's Thomas Sparrow has the details on Merkel's first interview si...
By Deutsche Welle
For stability: Macron's victory
France has voted its president, Emmanuel Macron, back to power for a second term, picking him over the veteran far-Right candidate, Marine Le Pen. The margin of Mr Macron’s victory, although sma...
By The Editorial Board
Zelensky vows to probe war crimes
President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine said on Sunday that he had approved the creation of a “special mechanism of justice” to investigate anyone who committed or participated in Russia&r...
By Anushka Patil
Scholz sworn in as German chancellor
Social Democrat Olaf Scholz was sworn in as German chancellor on Wednesday, ending Angela Merkel’s 16 years of conservative rule and paving the way for his coalition government that has promised...
Merkel era set to end
German Social Demo¬crat Olaf Scholz said on Wednesday he had reached a coalition deal to form a new government that will try to modernise Europe’s largest economy and bring the curtain...
By Reuters in Berlin
Germany after Merkel
Europe today is beset by xenophobia and far-right populism. That is why Germany’s stewardship of the European Union is essential as Europe’s economic engine remains a bastion of humanitari...
By Ravi Shankar Jayaram
Deadly love: World leaders and intimate holding
Between two ordinary people, the hug is always simultaneously an attack and an invitation. The attack part is both parties saying, ‘I am moving forward to embrace you fully,’ and the invit...
By Ruchir Joshi
Letters to the editor: German politics at the brink of change
Futile hurdles Sir — As per new Reserve Bank of India mandate, automatic recurring payments made by credit or debit card, for various recharge and utility bills will have to be further protecte...
By The Telegraph
Teutonic shift: German elections
It will not be an exaggeration to state that the real winners of the elections in Germany are the Greens and the Liberals. This is because although the Greens won 14.8 per cent of the vote and the Fre...
By The Editorial Board
Merkel party in narrow defeat
As Germany’s election results came into sharper focus on Monday, no party won decisive majority but the loser was clear: Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats. After 16 years in ...
By New York Times News Service in Berlin
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