In the wake of their election debacle, Germany's Green Party is rethinking its party leadership and strategy, as well as whether to consider entering a coalition government.
The German government's popularity has taken a battering following a protracted internal dispute over migration policy. A new poll shows only one in five Germans is happy with the leadership's performance.
Germany's interior minister said he knows it's hard to believe, but he isn't aiming to bring down the government he's part of. But he hinted he may resign if he doesn't get what he wants when it comes to migration.
Interior Minister Horst Seehofer has said he's considering resigning from German Chancellor Angela Merkel's Cabinet and as CSU leader. DW takes a look at what the move would mean for Merkel and her government.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives have reached an agreement on asylum policy with the center-left SPD. There had been tensions over plans to turn away certain migrants at the border.
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