The University of Düsseldorf has stripped German Education Minister Annette Schavan of her doctorate for plagiarism. Schavan says she will go to court over the decision.
Germany is often criticized for sluggish levels of digital investment, particularly in AI. The government wants to invest €3 billion before 2025 to try and close the knowledge gap with world leaders in the field.
Heading to college? Then read the terms and conditions of your faculty's anti-plagiarism and online exam tools, and click okay. Or forgo your degree.
Israel and Germany have restarted bilateral consultations after long-standing disagreements about settlement building. Chancellor Angela Merkel has said she agrees that Israel faces an increased threat from Iran.
Germany's Angela Merkel and France's Emmanuel Macron stressed the need for a "coordinated European solution" to migrant arrivals from the Mediterranean. They also voiced concern for the humanitarian situation in Syria.
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