Operators of coal-and gas-fired power plants in Germany are feeling hot under the collar. They no longer see conventional generators as profitable, and blame the government’s policy to shift to renewable energy.
The Turkish government accuses leftwing politician Andrej Hunko of supporting the Kurdistan Workers' Party. The group has been labeled a terrorist organization by the EU and the US.
Former Germany striker Kevin Kuranyi uses his first DW World Cup column to dissect Germany's defeat to Mexico. He calls on Joachim Löw to start Marco Reus and Mario Gomez, and warns that Germany could be done early.
If there is one thing Angela Merkel can depend on, it's a broadside from Donald Trump. The US president has interfered in the German government's asylum crisis. That won't bring the chancellor down, says Jens Thurau.
The sunshine of Sochi might be an instigator of change for Germany. However, the members of this Germany team know that a response will have to come from them. Both Oliver Bierhoff and Thomas Müller have said as much.
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