German Chancellor Angela Merkel sets out conditions for Turkish politicians wishing to campaign in Germany.
The German government has voiced concern over the narrow result of Turkey's referendum to expand the president's powers. Amid widening protests, analysts have warned that social unrest may spread following the vote.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has claimed victory in a referendum that will grant him broad new powers. The knife-edge result has left the country divided, with the opposition planning to challenge the results.
In 2015, the German government was faced with a challenge to take in almost 900,000 refugees. A new book reveals the reasoning behind the political decisions made by German Chancellor Angela Merkel during the crisis.
In a Q&A session with foreign journalists, Social Democrat Martin Schulz said there would be no big defense spending boosts in the context of NATO. Instead, he stressed the primacy of the European Union.
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