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Germany's economic growth rebounded slightly in the fourth quarter but slowed last year to its weakest level in nearly six years as trade tensions escalated, exports plunged, and a steep downturn in the automotive industry led Europe's largest ec

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When German Chancellor Angela Merkel opened her nation's borderless frontiers to the displaced flotsam and jetsam of the Middle East and Africa pro-state mainstream media labelled critics as neo-Nazis' and 'white supremacists'.

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Germany is going forward with its plan to phase out nuclear reactors by 2022 as another nuclear power plant went offline last night. Power company EnBW has said that it would take the Philippsburg 2 reactor off the grid at 7 p.m. local time on New Y

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"At least since the events at the Cologne cathedral square on New Year's Eve in 2015 people apparently feel more and more unsafe," said Oliver Malchow, the chairman of one of Germany's two largest police unions

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German lawmakers approved a law that makes it mandatory for children attending kindergarten and elementary school to be vaccinated against measles. Parents and schools that refuse to comply face potential fines of up to $2750. Compulsory vaccination