After two terms in office, Angela Merkel has won another four-year term as chancellor. There's no sign voters are getting tired of her. So what's the secret to her success? What makes Angela Merkel a habit German voters just don't want to break?
The first Hillary Clinton-Donald Trump debate attracted major attention in the German media. And commentators were nearly unanimous in concluding that the Democrat came out on top.
Many newspapers see Chancellor Angela Merkel and her conservatives as the big losers in Sunday's Berlin election. But that's only part of the story. Berlin is not necessarily typical of Germany.
At her press conference as CDU chairperson after the elections in Berlin, Merkel came across as unusually self-critical, but also decisive. This is sign enough that she wants another term, writes DW's Christoph Strack.
Chancellor Angela Merkel says she doubts whether a no-fly zone can be enforced amid the latest violence in Syria. Regime forces say they've taken control of another rebel-held district of Aleppo.
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