As newspaper readership continues to decline, some publishers are finding ways to generate revenue online. One example is German daily Die Welt with more than one million online readers.
National Lazy Day, whose US origins elude slothful researchers, has reached Germany's newspapers. Alongside its front page focus on Donald Trump's "fire" and "fury," Die Welt urged its readers to simply chill out.
The parent company of "Die Welt" newspaper has filed a complaint with Turkey's top court over the detention of Turkish-German journalist Deniz Yucel. Yucel's detention is a source of tension between Berlin and Ankara.
Turkey has released French journalist Loup Bureau, whom it had accused of having links to terrorist organizations. Several others, such as German-Turkish journalist Deniz Yücel, however, remain behind bars.
Chancellor Merkel has dismissed Turkey's warning about traveling to Germany, saying that Turkish citizens are more than welcome to visit. Ankara had cautioned that its citizens run the risk of facing racism or terrorism.
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