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?
German Chancellor Merkel travels to Turkey to discuss new measures to manage the refugee influx into the EU. The meetings come as tens of thousands of refugees are hoping for asylum along the Turkish-Syrian border.
The polls that really matter are just over a month away, including in two of Germany's larger and wealthier states. Yet Chancellor Angela Merkel's approval ratings keep sliding, into "eurozone crisis" territory of old.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has met with Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu for more talks on reducing the influx of migrants to Europe. Both condemned the Russian-backed airstrikes over Aleppo in northern Syria.
The German Chancellor says she expects refugees from the Syrian war to go home again at some point, just as the Bosnians did. It's the right message, says Volker Wagener - and one intended primarily for German ears.
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