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Germany tightens COVID-19 controls at French border over variants
Germany announced Sunday that travelers from France’s northeastern Moselle region will face additional restrictions due to the high rate of variant coronavirus cases there.
Germany beats Canada in ATP Cup after Zverev win; Italy, Russia reach semifinals
Alexander Zverev won his first match of the year as Germany beat Canada 2-1 in their ATP Cup group tie.
How minimum wage works in Japan, Germany, UK and France
The minimum wage, which US President Joe Biden aims to raise to $15 per hour in the United States, can take different forms in different countries. Here is how it works in Japan, Germany, Britain and France.
Man sparks outrage in Germany as he says 'kids sitting in trolleys should be banned'
A supermarket shopper in Germany has been slammed by parents online after he said that 'kids inside trolleys should be banned'.
Germany reckons with mental health impact of COVID-19
After suffering from depression for 15 years, Lena Ulrich had found ways to manage her life.
Germany's BioNTech racing to ramp up vaccine production
German firm BioNTech said Friday it was racing to ramp up production of its COVID-19 jab in Europe, to fill the "gap" left by the lack of other approved vaccines.
Rhine River shipping in Germany back to normal after rain
Shipping on the Rhine in Germany has returned to normal, with cargo vessels able to take on full loads after rain raised river levels in past days, traders said on Monday.
Commercial art galleries in Germany must close again as government mandates stricter lockdown measures
Germany is headed into another strict lockdown to beat back the coronavirus pandemic, and its entire art world will effectively be put on pause until the second week of January at the earliest.
Germany urges EU to approve COVID-19 vaccine faster
Germany’s health minister demanded that the European Union’s regulatory agency work faster to approve a coronavirus vaccine and bring an end to the suffering on the continent, but the head of the agency said Monday that his team is already working “around the clock”.
Troubled steelmaker Thyssenkrupp rejects state participation
German industrial giant Thyssenkrupp rejected state participation to support it during the coronavirus pandemic, an option favored by unions but judged too costly by management.
Iran: Germany trying to achieve what Trump did not versus Tehran
Iran said Monday Germany’s demand for a renegotiation of the 2015 nuclear agreement is in fact a new push to achieve what Washington's “maximum pressure” campaign against Tehran failed to fulfill.
European allies pushed back when Trump sanctioned Iran’s banks: Report
Germany, France and Britain urged the administration of US President Donald Trump in late October to reconsider broad, new sanctions against Iran’s banks, arguing that the move would deter humanitarian trade and hurt the allies’ common interests, Reuters reported citing diplomatic correspondence.
Germany plans nearly €180 billion in new debt for 2021
Germany plans to borrow almost €180 billion ($214.60 billion) next year, nearly double the amount initially foreseen, as Berlin extends aid measures to mitigate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Europe’s biggest economy, lawmakers told Reuters on Friday.

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