A Report by Peter Sonnenberg
In his last major TV appearance before the German election, Social Democrats leader Martin Schulz has warned that Merkel's conservatives could erode social support systems. The center-left SPD is trailing in polls.
Even after some 200,000 people took to the streets, French PM Philippe said the government will push ahead with reforms the "French people asked for." The proposed changes were part of what got President Macron elected.
Washington said the attacks ended in the spring but now admit another attack occurred in August, making 19 that have fallen ill. Officials believe the attacks occurred in the homes of the diplomats, not at the embassy.
Emmanuel Macron is on a campaign to curtail the export of cheap labor to western Europe. But as the French president takes his tour east, he is running into a less receptive audience.
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