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?
A fourth term for Angela Merkel? Germany's media are antsy. Does she want to be chancellor again, or not? We're unlikely to get a clear answer now; there’s too much political uncertainty, says Kay-Alexander Scholz.
Chancellor Merkel’s promise “We can do this!” was a rallying call to Germans. Now she is facing growing pressure, especially from the right-wing AfD party, which is stirring up opposition to refugees and Merkel’s policy.
A top conservative in Chancellor Angela Merkel's northern German home region has urged voters to avoid the populist AfD in a key election next Sunday. The far-right party is just 1 percent behind Merkel's regional CDU.
A new poll has found Germans are split over whether Chancellor Merkel should seek a fourth term. Many criticize her response to an influx of refugees, but officials say fewer than one million actually arrived in 2015.
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