‘We don’t send threat letters, that’s not our style’
In Germany, nuclear power’s decline has created an opening for coal power.
‘Concrete terror threat’
Had planned to kidnap diplomats
Merkel’s had enough
Three million arrivals in next two years
‘As a taxpayer I think you should be dismayed’
Residents told after-dark crime is no concern, because streetlights will remain lit.
‘You can live here. It’s fun here!’
‘We are not picking a fight; we aren’t trying to provoke him’
‘We see it as a positive signal’
Nah, this was our bad, guys
‘Mein Kampf’ To Return To German Bookstores
‘A very unhappy road’
A Somalian refugee that has been waiting on asylum in Germany for over a year has won a lawsuit against the the Federal Bureau of Migration and Refugees (BAMF).
Complete reversal of attitudes from early September
Around 20 Syrian asylum seekers in Berlin are taking a government agency to court for not registering them fast enough.
Clinton has said there is ‘no evidence’ of a breach
Greenpeace has expressed serious interest in buying coal-related assets from the Swedish government to make sure they never get used.
Just don’t try to pronounce them