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Olaf Scholz wants mandatory coronavirus vaccination for Germans by February
Incoming German Chancellor ‘signaled his sympathy for such a regulation,’ official says.
Germany's incoming government unveils plans to legalize cannabis and phase out coal
Three German political parties have sealed a deal for a new government, with left-leaning Olaf Scholz the proposed next chancellor following lengthy coalition negotiations and a historic election that sees Angela Merkel stepping down aft...
US Issues 'Do Not Travel' COVID-19 Warning For Germany, Denmark
Earlier this month, the WHO said European countries must work harder to prevent the coronavirus spreading further as deaths and new cases surge.
Angela Merkel Urges Tougher Curbs To Battle Germany's 4th Covid Wave
Covid In Germany: Germany reported 30,643 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday and 62 deaths, with an incidence - the number of cases per 100,000 people over a week - of 386.5, a 15th consecutive day of record numbers.
'Jabbed, Cured Or Dead', Germany Warns As Europe Battles Covid Surge
Germans faced the stark warning on Monday that they would be either "vaccinated, cured or dead" from Covid by the end of winter, as Austria took the dramatic step of returning to a partial lockdown.
Germans, Austrians line up for shots as COVID cases soar across Europe
Germans and Austrians are rushing to get vaccinated against the coronavirus as infections soar across Europe and governments impose restrictions on the unvaccinated, figures showed on Wednesday.
Germany's Coalition-In-Waiting Caught Off Guard As Covid Fourth Wave Hits
In Bavaria, and the east German states of Thuringia and Saxony, the situation is reaching a critical point.
"Please Reconsider": Angela Merkel To Germany's Unvaccinated As Covid Rises
Coronavirus In Germany: Germany's seven-day incidence rate - the number of people per 100,000 to be infected over the last week - rose to 277.4 on Saturday.
Merkel says vaccination is one’s ‘duty’ to society
Rolling up your sleeves for a Covid jab isn’t only a person’s right, it’s their “duty” to society, outgoing German Chancellor Angela Merkel said, as her nation sees record increases in virus cases despite high vaccination rates.
Berlin bans unvaccinated from entertainment venues, as Germany battles record-breaking Covid cases
Germany's capital Berlin will ban unvaccinated people from restaurants, bars, cinemas and other entertainment venues from Monday, as the country grapples with its highest surge in Covid-19 cases to date.
Germany records 50,000 COVID-19 cases in ‘dramatic’ virus surge
The Chancellor-in-waiting spoke as Germany recorded more than 50,000 coronavirus cases in one day for the first time since the pandemic began.
Germany is experiencing a 'massive' pandemic of the unvaccinated, says health minister
Germany's Health Minister Jens Spahn said the country was experiencing a "massive" pandemic of the unvaccinated as authorities raised the alarm on rising infections and increased pressure on hospitals due to Covid-19 admissions.
Greta Thunberg: Cop26 is just ‘blah blah blah’ and won’t lead to real change
Greta Thunberg told young protesters that politicians attending COP26 are “pretending to take our future seriously” as she attended a protest in Glasgow on the first day of the COP26 summit.
COP26: Thunberg tells Glasgow protest politicians are pretending
Climate activist Greta Thunberg has told young protesters that politicians attending COP26 are "pretending to take our future seriously".
"Recklessness": Germany's Angela Merkel Sounds Alarm At Covid Resurgence
Germany's seven-day coronavirus incidence rate crossed 145 infections per 100,000 people on Saturday, after hitting 100 a week before for the first time since May.
Russia, France, Germany May Meet On Ukraine: Kremlin
According to the Kremlin, it would take place within the framework of the "Normandy Four" -- which usually brings together officials from Moscow and Kiev under the mediation of Paris and Berlin.
Divert Arms Money For Food, Vaccines: Pope At Peace Meet With Angela Merkel
Pope Francis spoke after remarks by Muslim and Jewish leaders, by other Christians, and by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who held talks with the pope earlier in the day.
Which countries plan to offer remote working as a legal right?
We take a look at which countries in Europe plan to rework their labour legislation to support hybrid working as a result of COVID.
Greta Thunberg joins tens of thousands of climate protesters in Berlin
The Berlin protest was part a worldwide climate strike that included around 1,400 events in 80 countries organised by the Fridays for Future movement.
Nord Stream 2 Pipeline Construction Fully Completed
The Nord Stream 2 pipeline, a joint venture between Russia’s Gazprom and five European partners, aims to carry Russian natural gas to Germany across the Baltic Sea.
German elections: Businesses face future without Merkel
Europe's powerhouse stands on the brink of significant political upheaval.
Talks With Taliban Must Continue To Evacuate More People
"They are the ones we have to talk to now. We want to get people out of the country who have worked for German development organisations in particular and who now feel threatened," Merkel said.
Turkey Can't Bear Afghan Refugee Burden For European Union: Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Recep Tayyip Erdogan had on Saturday noted that the EU has yet to honour a 2016 accord aimed at halting the flow of migrants to Europe.
Joe Biden To Discuss Afghanistan Policy With G7 Leaders On August 24
A White House official said the G7 leaders will discuss plans to provide humanitarian assistance and support for Afghan refugees.
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