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Germany fines Facebook for under-reporting complaints

02 Jul 2019

BERLIN German authorities have fined Facebook 2 million euros ($2.3 million) for under-reporting complaints about illegal content on its social media platform in breach of the country's law on internet transparency.

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Faced with rising far right, Soros Foundations look West

25 Jun 2019

* Nationalist election victories imperil civil society funding

Faced with rising far right, Soros Foundations look West

20 Jun 2019

* Nationalist election victories imperil civil society funding

Factbox - From Marx to Nahles: The rise and fall of Germany's SPD

03 Jun 2019

BERLIN Germany's Social Democratic Party (SPD), which helped shape modern Germany under a series of renowned chancellors, is facing one of the deepest crises in its history.

Factbox: From Marx to Nahles: The rise and fall of Germany's SPD

03 Jun 2019

BERLIN Germany's Social Democratic Party (SPD), which helped shape modern Germany under a series of renowned chancellors, is facing one of the deepest crises in its history.

Factbox: From Marx to Nahles - The rise and fall of Germany's SPD

03 Jun 2019

BERLIN Germany's Social Democratic Party (SPD), which helped shape modern Germany under a series of renowned chancellors, is facing one of the deepest crises in its history.

Merkel heir faces widespread criticism after proposal to regulate online opinion

28 May 2019

BERLIN Chancellor Angela Merkel's heir apparent faced criticism from across Germany's political spectrum on Tuesday after she called for rules about expressing online opinions before elections in response to a YouTube video that criticised her party.

Don't play that song for me: anthem plan highlights German divisions

21 May 2019

DRESDEN, Germany Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Bodo Ramelow, premier of the eastern state of Thuringia, thinks it might be time for a new national anthem for a reunited Germany.

Polish MP calls for new push for WW2 reparations from Germany

18 Apr 2019

BERLIN Poland should follow Greece in stepping up pressure on Germany to pay billions of euros in damages for Nazi occupation during World War Two, a lawmaker in charge of Warsaw's reparations campaign said on Thursday.

EU to agree Brexit delay but France pushes for conditions

10 Apr 2019

PARIS/BERLIN/BRUSSELS European Union leaders will grant Prime Minister Theresa May a second delay to Brexit but they could demand she accepts a much longer extension as France pushed for conditions to limit Britain's ability to undermine the bloc. | Video

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