Angela Merkel (CDU) faces questions by DW Editor-in-Chief Ines Pohl and presenter Jaafar Abdul-Karim.
Germany is prepared to compromise its arms export guidelines to facilitate joint defense projects with France, according to an internal government document. France wants to continue selling weapons to Saudi Arabia.
The German chancellor moved to the northeastern town of Templin as a child and spent her adolescence there. Family members still live in the town and she spends much of her free time in her weekend home nearby.
In a bid to fend off inroads from left- and right-wing parties, Germany's more centrist governing CDU and SPD are seeking to redefine their political values. It's a risky move, says DW's Fabian von der Mark.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats have met in an effort to shore up their credentials on immigration. The party, which now has a new leader, has seen support hemorrhage since the 2015 refugee crisis.
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