A U.S. politician once encouraged people to write more love letters to keep the national postal service alive. Now officials are taking a different tack.
With their multi-billion-dollar merger in the US still undecided, senior executives of T-Mobile and Sprint took their case to Washington. Some there doubted whether their promises on prices and competition were credible.
With a likely US withdrawal from Afghanistan and Washington's peace talks with the Taliban, one expected the protracted conflict to dominate the summit. But that was not the case. Shamil Shams reports from Munich.
Over 20 major figures from German politics, sports, business and entertainment have written a passionate appeal to the UK. Britons would "always have friends in Germany and Europe," they wrote.
The Buchenwald concentration camp's memorial foundation doesn't want AfD politicians from the central state of Thuringia to attend its services. The foundation's director cited some member's "historical revisionism."
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