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  1. Socialists and how the vote was wonRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2014 | Green Left Weekly

    In this three-part series John Rainford looks at the role socialists played in winning the vote. In this first part he explores the role of socialists in expanding the voting base from a wealthy few to almost half the adult population of Europe.


  2. Steinmeier sees long road to Ukraine calmRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2014 | Deutsche Welle

    German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has said "we remain far away from a de-escalation and even further away from a political solution" in the Ukraine conflict, a day after meeting Vladimir Putin. After his surprise meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin , Frank-Walter Steinmeier issued a sober analysis of global chances to solve the conflict in eastern Ukraine.


  3. Senior German politician under fire for plea to recognise Russian ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2014 | AlertNet

    A senior German politician drew criticism on Wednesday for suggesting the West should recognise Russia's annexation of Crimea to save face for President Vladimir Putin. Former state premier Matthias Platzeck, chairman of the German-Russian Forum business lobby and erstwhile Social Democrat chief, is the first high-ranking German to say the West should endorse the annexation as a way to help resolve the Ukraine crisis.


  4. Senior CPC leader vows closer ties with Germany's Social Democratic PartyRead the original story

    Nov 18, 2014 | People's Daily Online

    A Senior leader of the Communist Party of China has vowed to facilitate closer exchanges between the CPC and Germany's Social Democratic Party during a meeting in Beijing on Tuesday. Liu Yunshan, member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, made the remarks while meeting with a delegation led by SPD vice chairman Thorsten Schafer-Gumbel, who were in Beijing to attend commemoration of the 30th anniversary of CPC-SPD inter-party relationship.


  5. Senior CPC official meets Germany's SPD vice chairmanRead the original story

    Nov 18, 2014 | People's Daily Online

    Liu Yunshan , a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and secretary of the Secretariat of the CPC Central Committee, meets with Thorsten Schaefer-Guembel, vice chairman of the Social Democratic Party ofGermany, in Beijing, capital of China, Nov. 18, 2014.


  6. Former German lawmaker Edathy to face trial on child porn chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 17, 2014 | Deutsche Welle

    A German court has ruled that former lawmaker Sebastian Edathy must stand trial over allegations of possesion of child pornography. The trial is to begin early next year.


  7. Germany abandons their climate target, as their Chancellor sings to the crowdRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2014 | NorCalBlogs

    As the German President publicly berates the Aussie Prime Minister at the G20 , with the statement "Climate change won't stop at the Pacific Islands", behind the scenes, Germany is preparing to formally abandoning her commitment to a 40% cut in GHG by 2020. The German coalition government is planning to withdraw from its 2020 climate change goals.


  8. Romanian Election: A ReportRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2014 | Daily Kos

    A friend of mine in Norway is married to a Romanian woman and he keeps close tabs on events in Romania. Here is a report he emailed to me last night about the elections there.


  9. Draghi back in the dockRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2014 | Reuters

    After signs of discord, the ECB chief won unanimous backing for his target of how much money he wants to pump into the euro zone economy. Bundesbank head Jens Weidmann has already opposed some of the ECB's extraordinary policy moves and says the planned balance-sheet expansion is an expectation not a target.


  10. Romania's anti-graft mayor wins shock presidential victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2011 | Turkish Daily News

    Romanian presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis waves as he celebrates his victory in the election run-off, with protesters in central Bucharest November 16, 2014. REUTERS Photo An ethnic German mayor of a medieval Transylvanian city pulled off a shock victory in Romania's presidential elections, defeating the premier after vowing to stamp out corruption in the graft-riddled country, early results showed on Nov. 17. Klaus Iohannis, a soft-spoken former physics teacher known for avoiding conflict, secured an overwhelming 54 percent of the votes cast in Sunday's poll, according to partial results, soundly beating Prime Minister Victor Ponta.


  11. Romanians elect first ethnic German presidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 16, 2014 | EUobserver

    Our newsletters are sent in standard text/plain format, we protect your email address and you can easily unsubscribe from the newsletter at any point. - University Square, Bucharest: "Milestone of democracy", the place where 25 years ago people were being shot and street protests ultimately led to Communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu being ousted, tried and executed.


  12. Surprise presidential victory for Romania's IohannisRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 16, 2014 | Bangkok Post

    Romania's Prime Minister Victor Ponta conceded defeat in a presidential runoff against his conservative opponent Klaus Iohannis, who secured a clear victory, early results released on Monday showed. People waving Romania's national flag celebrate the victory of conservative presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis in downtown Bucharest on November 16, 2014 "I congratulated Mr Iohannis on his victory.


  13. Romanian PM concedes surprise defeat in presidential voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 16, 2014 | Vallejo News

    Opposition's presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis adresses the media shortly after exit polls of the second round of Romania's presidential elections were announced on November 16, 2014 People demonstrate with a banner reading "United" in a street of Bucharest, to protest against Romanian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Victor Ponta on November 8, 2014 Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta on Sunday conceded defeat in a presidential runoff he had been widely expected to win, after early exit polls showed he was neck-and-neck with his conservative opponent Klaus Iohannis.


  14. Romania's Ponta favourite to win presidential pollRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2014 | Vallejo News

    Opposition presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis from Romania's ethnic German minority, seems uncomfortable in front of the cameras, and has faced accusations he is a not a "real Romanian" Romanian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Victor Ponta, pictured on poster, goes into the second round of votes with 54 per cent support, according to the latest opinion polls, clearly ahead of his conservative opponent, Klaus Iohannis Two men try to take down a campaign poster during a protest against Romanian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Victor Ponta on November 14, 2014, in Bucharest Romanians vote on Sunday to choose their next president, with Social Democrat and current prime minister Victor Ponta the overwhelming favourite to win.


  15. Hooligans and extremists rally in GermanyRead the original story

    Nov 15, 2014 | Newstime Africa

    The demonstrators shouted racist slogans: "Germany for the Germans," "Foreigners out," "Germany wake up," during the "Europe against the terror of Islam" rally, organized by a recently formed group "Hooligans against Salafists," an alliance of hooligans and neo-Nazis, also known as the HoGeSa. The police have taken heavy security measures in Hanover on Saturday after violent clashes took place in Cologne last month in the first major protest of the extremist group.


  16. Dortmund neo-Nazi party asks for list of city's JewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2014 | Ynetnews

    A neo-Nazi party from the city of Dortmund has reportedly demanded the city's mayor give them a list of all city's Jews, in an event eerily reminiscent of darker days in Germany's past. Luckily, the mayor refused and slammed the request, passing it on to legal authorities who are working to outlaw the party.


  17. The Romanian government sabotages the diaspora's voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2014 | CNN

    On November 2, Romania held the first round of its Presidential elections. As no candidate obtained 50 percent of the vote, which would guarantee the Presidential office, the two leading contenders, Victor Ponta, Romania's current Prime Minister, and Klaus Iohannis, the leader of the National Liberal Party and the mayor of Sibiu, a key Romanian city, will compete in a second round to be held on November 16, 2014.


  18. Strong opposition to organized assisted suicideRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 10, 2014 | Deutsche Welle

    An unusual, highly emotional debate in German parliament ended with the majority expressing support for prohibiting organized assisted suicide. But not all representatives called for an outright ban of the practice.


  19. Germany considers a more active roleRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 12, 2014 | BBC News

    Look at London, then at Berlin last weekend, and you will understand the intense debate in Europe's richest country - does it dare to lead again? A wave of red flowers laps against the walls of an ancient fortress, a brass band echoes the demolition work of the trumpets of Jericho with the addition of unbiblical balloons. The toll of bells and then a silence broken only by the cry of gulls to honour those who died.


  20. Germany wants to dissuade Vattenfall from selling lignite assetsRead the original story

    Nov 10, 2014 | Reuters

    Germany's economy and energy minister plans to travel to Stockholm to dissuade Sweden's state-owned energy company Vattenfall from putting its lignite power plants and mines in Germany up for sale, according to a document seen by Reuters. Sigmar Gabriel, head of the Social Democrats and deputy to conservative Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin's "grand coalition" government, said in an internal position paper that a sale of the assets could threaten jobs.