German Chancellor Angela Merkel sets out conditions for Turkish politicians wishing to campaign in Germany.
Turkish citizens may cast their ballot in a referendum on transitioning the country into an executive-style presidential system. Human rights groups have warned of the fallout if the constitutional amendments succeed.
As German Chancellor Angela Merkel avoids further escalating the latest diplomatic row with Turkey, some MPs think German ministers should hit back harder. But would equally fiery rhetoric just play into Erdogan's hands?
Turkish President Erdogan has praised the arrest of a German journalist and accused Germany's Angela Merkel of using "Nazi measures," in a fresh attack on Berlin. A Turkish paper also slammed DW for "terror propaganda."
Germany's "super election year" of 2017 is underway: State parliamentary elections have begun in the German state of Saarland. Suddenly, everyone has their eye on Germany's smallest state.
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