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  1. Merkel Expected To Win Fourth Term In Germany Despite Far-Right Disruption

    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit AILSA CHANG, HOST: Germany is holding parliamentary elections this Sunday, and the country's chancellor, Angela Merkel, is widely expected to win a mandate for a fourth term. As the leader of the center-right Christian Democrats, Merkel is already one of the longest-serving leaders in modern-day Germany. She's also seen by many as the world's most powerful voice for liberal values and has become something of a foil to Donald Trump's foreign policy…
  2. A FAMOUS BREAKFAST – A WHITE SAUSAGES OR “WEISSWURST” IN MUNICH, GERMANY.

    Silentgrapevine.com - Lifestyle 09.22 / 02:59 silentgrapevine.com
    The only way you can say you have seen Munich is to break their famous breakfast – “Weisswurst” including huge pretzels! Let’s imagine arriving into Munich with the gorgeous fresh air of the Bavarian mountains surrounding you, ready to enjoy a delicious local breakfast. From 9 am daily, at the Hirschgarten, you can enjoy their […] The post A FAMOUS BREAKFAST – A WHITE SAUSAGES OR “WEISSWURST” IN MUNICH, GERMANY. appeared first on silent gra…
  3. Germany's Sigmar Gabriel slams Donald Trump's 'national selfishness' in UN speech

    Dw.com - Top Stories 09.22 / 00:54 dw.com
    Germany's Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has warned against focusing on national interests in his speech at the UN General Assembly. Gabriel has also called for a diplomatic solution to the North Korea…
  4. Germany election: Martin Schulz profile

    Aljazeera.com - Middle Easte 09.21 / 23:47 aljazeera.com
    Leader of Social Democratic Party is projected to win 22 percent of the vote in Sunday's federal elections in…
  5. Germany takes team title at Fly Europe in Rome

    Iaaf.org - All Sports 09.21 / 22:59 iaaf.org
    After similar meetings in Berlin and Paris in recent weeks, the Fly Europe series landed on the Piazza del Popolo in the centre of Rome on Wednesday (20) for the international street athletics match between France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy and…
  6. Meet The Team: [PIAS] Germany

    Pias.com - Music 09.21 / 22:24 pias.com
    [PIAS] is a truly global company, with footholds across the globe from the UK to Spain, France, Australia, the USA and beyond. Our German office was first opened in 1998, and over the past two decades has been instrumental in the success of artists such as Alt-J-, Editors, Eels, Interpol, Pixies and Placebo. In recent … Read More The post Meet The Team: [PIAS] Germany appeared first on…
  7. What is the role of Germany's parliamentary opposition?

    Dw.com - Top Stories 09.21 / 21:00 dw.com
    Following the federal election, the right-wing AfD will likely be among the opposition in the Bundestag. This will have consequences for democratic life in Germany. Learn about the opposition's rights…
  8. What to Look for in Germany’s Upcoming Election

    Dailysignal.com - World 09.21 / 20:04 dailysignal.com
    On Sunday, one of the most important elections in Europe will take place. The German people go to the polls to elect a new Parliament,... Read More The post What to Look for in Germany’s Upcoming Election appeared first on The Daily S…
  9. Germany's Sigmar Gabriel slams Donald Trump's 'national egoism' in UN speech

    Dw.com - Top Stories 09.21 / 20:03 dw.com
    Germany's Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has warned against focusing on national interests in his speech at the UN General Assembly. Gabriel has also called for a diplomatic solution to the North Korea…
  10. Germany's Sigmar Gabriel slams Donald Trump's 'national egoism' in UN speech

    Dw.com - Business 09.21 / 20:02 dw.com
    Germany's Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has warned against focusing on national interests in his speech at the UN General Assembly. Gabriel has also called for a diplomatic solution to the North Korea…
  11. News roundup: Lucas+McKearn opens Perkins Road showroom … State tourism officials to promote Louisiana in Germany, Unite

    Businessreport.com - Baton Rouge 09.21 / 19:59 businessreport.com
    Open for business: Lighting manufacturer Lucas+McKearn has opened a new showroom on Perkins Road, behind Ethan Allen. The showroom displays Lucas+McKearn’s full collection in addition to factory closeout deals and ex-trade show display models. Lucas+McKearn, which moved its head office, warehouse and showroom from Georgia to Baton Rouge in the spring, was founded by Elstead... The post News roundup: Lucas+McKearn opens Perkins Road showroom … State tourism officials to promote Louisiana in …
  12. Russian pastor flees religious persecution to seek asylum in Germany

    Dw.com - Europe 09.21 / 18:09 dw.com
    Religious minorities in Russia often face persecution. A Russian pastor's family had to flee Sochi. Now they hope they can live in…
  13. Russian pastor flees religious persecution to seek asylum in Germany

    Dw.com - Business 09.21 / 18:09 dw.com
    Religious minorities in Russia often face persecution. A Russian pastor's family had to flee Sochi. Now they hope they can live in…
  14. Collapse of Iran deal would send a 'terrible signal': Germany

    Presstv.com - Media 09.21 / 17:37 presstv.com
    German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel says a collapse of the nuclear agreement with Iran would send a “terrible signal” for other diplomatic effo…
  15. The Pollcast: What to watch in Germany's election

    Cbc.ca - Politics 09.21 / 16:48 www.cbc.ca
    Chancellor Angela Merkel is expected to extend her reign as the G7's longest-serving leader in this Sunday's German election. But who will her dancing partner be? Pollcast host Éric Grenier is joined by journalist Gerd …
  16. Here's What You Need To Know About Germany's Election

    Wemu.org - Music 09.21 / 15:36 wemu.org
    In these uncertain times, the international community has looked increasingly to Germany and its experienced, long-serving chancellor, for leadership. That leader, Angela Merkel, looks set to return to office for her fourth term when Germans go to the polls on Sunday. But even if she does, there's no guarantee it will be business as usual. Governments in Germany are most commonly formed as coalitions, and for now, it's unclear what the country's next coalition will end up looking like — a…
  17. After 250 years, Germany finally sees a bison. It's immediately killed

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 09.21 / 15:34 wgmd.com
    Three European bisons are pictured in their enclosure in Bad Berleburg, Germany.  (Bernd Thissen/dpa via AP,file) Conservationists are expressing outrage after an official in Germany ordered hunters to shoot the first wild bison seen in the country in more than two centuries. Calling the killing a criminal offense, the World Wildlife Fund says it will…
  18. Here's What You Need To Know About Germany's Election

    Wcbe.org - Ohio (OH) 09.21 / 15:32 wcbe.org
    In these uncertain times, the international community has looked increasingly to Germany and its experienced, long-serving chancellor, for leadership. That leader, Angela Merkel, looks set to return to office for her fourth term when Germans go to the polls on Sunday. But even if she does, there's no guarantee it will be business as usual. Governments in Germany are most commonly formed as coalitions, and for now, it's unclear what the country's next coalition will end up looking like — a…
  19. Here's What You Need To Know About Germany's Election

    News.mpbn.net - Maine (ME) 09.21 / 15:18 news.mpbn.net
    In these uncertain times, the international community has looked increasingly to Germany and its experienced, long-serving chancellor, for leadership. That leader, Angela Merkel, looks set to return to office for her fourth term when Germans go to the polls on Sunday. But even if she does, there's no guarantee it will be business as usual. Governments in Germany are most commonly formed as coalitions, and for now, it's unclear what the country's next coalition will end up looking like — a…
  20. Germany’s Populist AfD Party Poised for Important Gains in Sunday Elections

    Breitbart.com - Politics 09.21 / 15:09 breitbart.com
    As Germany gears up for next Sunday’s federal elections, there is a growing fear among the nation’s elite establishment that the conservative AfD party will do considerably better than polls ind…