Chancellor Angela Merkel is visting US President Donald Trump. Both have a lot to discuss, but what exactly? DW's Thomas Sparrow explores.
The EU's top diplomat says the US can't terminate the Iran nuclear agreement because it's not a "bilateral deal." European leaders acknowledge Iran poses many problems, but insist they should be handled separately.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel may come across as a frumpy high school teacher, but she is the only European leader who can stand up to Trump, says Colombian caricaturist Vladdo. She is stability in a world gone mad.
No change in Germany: Angela Merkel will stay on as chancellor. Germans like constancy. However, Merkel has some major tasks to fulfill during her fourth term in office.
Germany has summoned North Korea's emissary for talks in Berlin after Pyongyang staged its largest nuclear test yet. Meanwhile Switzerland has offered to play a mediating role in the crisis.
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