Germany’s conservative parties strike migrant deal before entering into coalition negotiations: the new agreement sees an upper limit of 200,000 migrants per year.
Angela Merkel faces the awkward task of persuading Germans she has something new to offer during her fourth term as chancellor. So can a 12-year veteran still change her leadership style?
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's CDU/CSU has embarked on a final round of talks with the Social Democrats (SPD) to form a new government. With a series of unsettled issues remaining, negotiations could still take days.
Syrian refugee Abdulrahman Abbasi is a member of the SPD party and therefore gets to vote on Germany's coalition agreement. He told DW why he thinks it is right that he has the vote even though he is not a citizen.
Chancellor Angela Merkel's Conservatives and the Social Democrats have yet to reach a final coalition agreement. Talks are set to resume Monday morning.
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