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Chancellor Merkel has said that Germany's possible plans to up troops in Lithuania should not aim to enflame tensions with Moscow. Merkel has also called for a "strong and prosperous" UK to remain in the EU.
The US administration’s decision to slash funding for a notable German-American youth exchange caused consternation on both sides of the Atlantic. A unique transatlantic coalition is working hard to reverse the cuts.
Opponents of a massive free-trade agreement between the US and Europe have been hoping to pressure Brussels into scrapping the deal for over a year. Now a petition against the pact has attracted its millionth signature.
Iraqi protesters have announced their withdrawal Baghdad's Green Zone after storming parliament a day earlier. The protesters have vowed to return by the end of the week if nothing changes.
With a heavy security presence, the departure hall at Brussels' Zaventem airport has partially reopened. The move comes 40 days after two suicide bombs killed 16 people and destroyed part of the building.
It's a new time in Venezuela. On Sunday, the clocks in the South American country were brought forward to save electricity. The switch to daylight saving time could be a harbinger of political change.
Prosecutors say the fire at the prayer hall in the capital, Ajaccio, was probably a criminal act. The French Mediterranean island experienced days of anti-Arab riots over Christimas.
The Alternative for Germany party has declared that Islam is not a part of their country. As they craft a new party manifesto, the AfD has also come out swinging against the "socialist-environmentalist left."
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