At the close of the G20 summit in Hamburg, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said the meeting achieved "good results in some areas." But in contrast to final declarations from previous summits, this year's communique spelled out some differences.
The "top culprits" are accused of committing crimes during leftist demonstrations at the Hamburg G20 summit in 2017. It comes as one man was arrested in Hamburg, where police conducted raids relating to the protests.
The German Federation of Journalists and Amnesty International have announced they will hold a joint rally in Berlin to protest Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's state visit this month.
In her annual summer press Q&A session, the German chancellor stressed that Europe and the US are not enemies. She also held up the EU as a model of a "win-win" situation — words clearly aimed in Washington's direction.
The German chancellor's meeting with Trump was cordial and warm, but there was little sign of progress on the Iran nuclear deal or EU exemptions from trade tariffs. DW takes a look at what the German press had to say.
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