Merkel thanks Hungary

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The relationship between Germany and Hungary is difficult. Now Merkel has visited the country for a ceremony to commemorate the flight of GDR citizens. But she also appealed indirectly to Orban. Chancellor Angela Merkel thanked the Hungarians for their support in the opening of the borders in 1989 and in the subsequent German Unification. The “Pan-European Picnic” made possible by… Read more »

The German economy is weakening

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The economy in Germany has cooled noticeably. Should economic growth be spurred on by spending billions – and should new debt be made for it? The calls are getting louder. Chancellor Angela Merkel and Finance Minister Olaf Scholz have so far made it clear that they want to stick to their course of “black zero” – a policy without new… Read more »

Germany gets IS children from Syria

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After the victory over the so-called IS, they lived in a refugee camp in Syria, and now they are to come to Germany: four children of German IS fighters are on their way to the Federal Republic. On the border between Syria and Iraq, children from German IS supporters have been handed over to the Federal Republic for the first… Read more »

Central Council of Jews warns of coalition with AfD

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So far, all potential governing parties reject a coalition with the AfD. But will they stay with you? The President of the Central Council obviously doubts that. He sees the development of the party with concern. The President of the Central Council of Jews, Josef Schuster, makes in the AfD a dangerous radicalization and warns in view of the upcoming… Read more »

Every tenth elementary school child goes to school on an empty stomach

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According to a survey, ten percent of elementary students leave the house in the morning without breakfast. This is the result of a representative survey by the Allensbach Institute for Demoscopy among parents commissioned by the discounter Lidl. Extrapolated to the nearly three million primary school children in Germany, around 300,000 children are affected. Municipalities and countries should intervene to… Read more »