Former President of the Confederation of German Employers' Associations looks back on Helmut Kohl's economic policies.
The former German chancellor had won a lawsuit against his ghostwriter, but passed away before the payments were settled. A court has now ruled that Maike Kohl-Richter may not inherit her husband's compensation.
NATO's sleek new digs are finally open for business in a process that started in 2010. But nostalgia abounds for the history of the 1960s prefab building that housed the alliance after it was made homeless by France.
A new report says that a German intelligence agent was able to get a sample of Novichok from Russia shortly after the end of the Cold War. Insights gained from the sample are reportedly still important today.
Locals in Frankenthal have voted against plans put forward by the CDU to rename the town's main square after its most famous son, Helmut Kohl. All local parties must now agree on how to honor the late chancellor.
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