Europe is going to see mass demonstrations tomorrow. Organizers say millions have signed a petition against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. Opponents say they don't trust the agreement because it is being negotiated in secret.
G20 leaders agreed on condemning violence by demonstrators in Hamburg but were less united in their opinions on climate change and free trade. Bernd Riegert reports from Hamburg.
The United States (along with Mexico and Canada) has applied to host the 2026 World Cup. Soccer officials say it would bring the US and Mexico closer together. However, there is already resistance to the idea in Mexico.
With Donald Trump in office for about a month now, German companies try to look at the bright side. An interview with Daniel Andrich, Representative of German Industry and Trade in Washington.
Germany has asked EU members to help trace demonstrators who vandalized property or attacked police at the Hamburg G20 summit. More than 50 suspects from seven countries have been detained.
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