Spahn travels to Kosovo to recruit nurses

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In Germany, 3.4 million people depend on care, but there is a lack of specialist staff. Health Minister Spahn wants to change that with a trip to Kosovo. The Federal Minister of Public Health, Andreas Westerfellhaus, welcomes the efforts of Minister of Health Jens Spahn (both CDU) and nurses from Kosovo. Spahn will travel there on Monday to sign an… Read more »

Every second person sees Islam as a threat

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According to a study by the Bertelsmann Foundation, religion and democracy are not opposites. But it is problematic that there is a widespread aversion to Islam. The vast majority of 89 percent of the population – across all religions – considers democracy in Germany a good form of government. This has resulted in a study published by the Bertelsmann Foundation… Read more »

Does Germany have to pay reparations to Greece?

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Greece demands from Germany reparations for the Second World War. So far, the federal government has blocked the demands. The legal situation is not clear. A Bundestag report doubts the German rejection of Greek reparations claims for damages from the Second World War. “The position of the Federal Government is acceptable under international law, but by no means compulsory,” it… Read more »