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SPD and Greens criticize the chancellor’s French campaigning.
Athens juggles talks with creditors, the troika and political parties.
The whale's features address a critical helicopter speed challenge.
Economics Minister insists public sector involvement not on the table.
Germany's biggest bank reports a steep fourth-quarter slide, heightening concerns.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao discuss euro crisis in Beijing.
A man stands accused of supplying a murderous gang with money and weapons.
Europe's uneven unemployment numbers tell a grim story of imbalance.
German opposition and unions slam EU fiscal pact.
"Freedom Party" leader Heinz-Christian Strache claims persecution of far-right: "We are the new Jews"
Finance Minister Schaeuble urges Athens to implement reforms, while Germany proposes a foreign budget czar for Greece.
Foreign minister Guido Westerwelle says Athens' reforms are too slow.
German parliament backs creation of 480 billion euro rescue pot
Police collect data on millions of mobile phones in hunt for arsonists.
Creditors and EU play chicken over interest rate.
The International Labor Organization argues that stifling domestic demand has caused huge imbalances
Justice minister calls extent of observation ‘unacceptable.'
How Europe’s biggest economy grew employment during the crisis.
Report claims one in five Germans are latently hostile to Jews.
IMF chief Lagarde urged a bigger ESM.