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European troika still seeking to maintain JCPOA: Germany
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas in a joint press conference with the head of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Rafael Grossi, said that Germany, France and Britain will continue efforts to preserve the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran.
Germany Iran’s traditional trade partner: Official
The Iranian president’s chief of staff called for the expansion of cooperation with Germany, which he hailed as a traditional trade partner of Iran.
Merkel says Germany will keep supporting Iraq in fight against Daesh
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday that Germany will continue to support Iraq in the ongoing fight against the Daesh terrorist group. "The IS remains a threat to the region, and of course beyond," she said.
Iran to resume flights to Cologne as of Oct. 30
The Airline of the Islamic Republic of Iran (Iran Air) announced on Thursday that it will resume flights to the city of Cologne in Germany from Tehran as of October 30.
Pressure mounts on Loew as Germany can only scrape draw with Switzerland
Joachim Loew's 14-year reign as Germany head coach is under pressure after his side's run of poor results continued Tuesday as it had to come from two goals down to limp to a 3-3 draw against Switzerland in the Nations League.
Germany warns Turkey against ‘provocation’ in Eastern Mediterranean
Turkey should refrain from provocation in a gas dispute in the Eastern Mediterranean, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said on Tuesday, adding Germany stood in solidarity with Cyprus and Greece as EU partners.
Germany reiterates commitment to JCPOA, regrets US withdrawal
Germany voiced its support for a multilateral nuclear agreement signed between Iran and world powers in 2015, saying the United States’ move to pull out of the agreement is "regrettable."
Germany: Europe’s economy would be back to pre-crisis levels quicker if we work together
German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz said he is confident the economy can return to pre-crisis levels by 2022, but that European leaders needed to work together.
Number of refugees living in Germany falls for first time in nine years
The number of refugees and asylum-seekers living in Germany has fallen for the first time in nine years, according to newly released government figures.
Germany: US has lost right to return UN sanctions on Iran
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas rejected America’s claim of invoking a “snapback” mechanism to return UN sanctions on Iran, saying the US has “lost the right” to trigger the process after pulling out of Tehran’s nuclear deal with world powers.
Iranian, German airlines resume flights after six-month halt
The Iranian Embassy in Berlin announced the resumption of Iranian, German airlines services after a six-month halt.
Risk of debt shortage seen shaking German bonds out of slumber
German bonds look set to face a more volatile end to the year after seeing the narrowest quarterly trading range ever.
Iranian students demand Germany resume visa application processing
Iranian students along with students from other countries, who are set to study in Germany, launched a hashtag on Twitter, demanding from the European country’s embassies resume student visa application processing.
E3 opposes US bid, says UN sanctions relief for Iran to continue beyond Sept. 20
France, Britain and Germany, known as E3, told the UN Security Council on Friday that UN sanctions relief for Iran – agreed under a 2015 nuclear deal – would continue beyond September 20, when the United States asserts that all the measures should be reimposed.
Germany to take in 1,500 refugees, easing burden on Greece after Lesbos fires
Germany agreed to take in more than 1,500 refugees now living in Greece, in a challenge to other wealthy European countries that have been reluctant to help Greece resettle thousands of people left homeless after blazes last week destroyed Europe’s largest refugee camp.

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