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German business morale rebounds; state spending key to recovery

25 May 2020

BERLIN The German economy is starting to recover as curbs to slow the coronavirus are lifted, a business morale survey showed on Monday, and separate output data pointed to the importance of government spending to support the recovery.

Deutschland baut weiter - Branche kommt noch gut durch die Krise

20 May 2020

Berlin Während viele Industrieunternehmen in Deutschland stark unter den Folgen des Corona-Virus leiden, kommen Baubetriebe noch glimpflich durch die Krise.

Germany's builders prop up economy as it slides into recession

19 May 2020

BERLIN As workers across Germany downed tools during the coronavirus crisis and the economy slipped into recession, Berlin-based K. Rogge Spezialbau kept its builders busy at work.

German economy sinks, but skirts worst of virus fallout

15 May 2020

BERLIN Germany's economy slumped in the first quarter at its steepest rate since 2009 with worse expected by mid-year, but it is weathering fallout from the coronavirus better than other EU states where outbreaks have been more disruptive. | Video

Germany eases lockdown but Merkel warns of new outbreak risk

01 May 2020

BERLIN Germany will reopen playgrounds, museums and churches from Monday to go with the small shops that reopened this week, and decide within days about schools and sports events as it eases its way out of lockdown.

Germany's far-right AfD suspends spokesman over 'fascist' remark

27 Apr 2020

BERLIN The far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) has suspended a spokesman after he suggested in an email exchange that the term "fascist" was used too freely, an AfD lawmaker said on Monday.

First Syria torture trial opens in Germany on Thursday

22 Apr 2020

BERLIN The first trial of suspected members of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's security services for crimes against humanity, including torture and sexual assault, starts in Germany on Thursday.

No faithful, no cash: Lockdown proves critical for German mosques

21 Apr 2020

BERLIN Mosques in Germany that depend on donations from Friday prayers face bankruptcy as the coronavirus lockdown strips them of their only source of income, which peaks during the month of Ramadan that starts this week.

Germans have right to protest during coronavirus pandemic: court

16 Apr 2020

BERLIN Germans have the right to hold political protests if they adhere to social distancing rules in place to slow the spread of the coronavirus, the country's Constitutional Court ruled on Thursday.

Germans have right to protest during coronavirus pandemic - court

16 Apr 2020

BERLIN, April 16 Germans have the right to hold political protests if they adhere to social distancing rules in place to slow the spread of the coronavirus, the country's Constitutional Court ruled on Thursday.

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