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    ‘Sadness’ and Disbelief From a World Missing American Leadership

    The coronavirus pandemic is shaking bedrock assumptions about U.S. exceptionalism. This is perhaps the first global...

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    A Closed Border Can’t Stop This Elderly Couple: ‘Love Is the Best Thing in the World’

    The coronavirus crisis has separated families and severed supply chains. But a pair of lovers, 89...

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    Merkel Gives Germans a Hard Truth About the Coronavirus

    The famously no-nonsense chancellor, keeping to form, braced Germany for an epidemic that may reach extraordinary...

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    Gunman Kills at Least 10, in Far-Right Attacks in Germany

    A 43-year-old German opened fire on two bars in the central city of Hanau, in what...

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    Cheese Smells. Deal With It, a German Court Rules.

    A fight over the food stuff ended up in court after a neighbor posted signs outside...

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    Exposed as Stasi Spy, a Newspaper Owner Tries to Reclaim His Story

    An entrepreneur took over a venerable Berlin daily, saying he wanted a new conversation about East...

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    Greta Thunberg Is Taking a Holiday Break. ‘You Need to Take Rest.’

    The Swedish teenager who inspired a global movement is returning home, as admirers and critics weigh...

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    Visiting Auschwitz, Merkel Warns Against Danger to Liberal Democracy

    Stressing that it was “a German death camp, run by Germans,” Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke of...

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    Germany Says Russia Is Suspected in Berlin Assassination

    Germany’s federal prosecutor took over an inquiry into the murder of a former commander of Chechen...

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    Royal Jewels of ‘Immeasurable’ Value Are Stolen From a German Museum

    Artifacts including diamonds, rubies and sapphires, said to be of immeasurable historical value, were taken from...

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    German Catholic Church Debates Sexuality, Celibacy and Women’s Roles

    With the German church’s global influence, a meeting of bishops and laypeople to take up hot-button...

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    Dresden Museum Partly Reopens After Jewelry Heist

    The Green Vault rooms remained closed after thieves made off with Saxon royal treasures including diamond-encrusted...

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    Merkel and Macron Publicly Clash Over NATO

    With relations at a new low, Chancellor Angela Merkel berated President Emmanuel Macron over his comments...

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    Extinction Rebellion Co-Founder Apologizes for Holocaust Remarks

    In an interview in Germany, Roger Hallam said of the massacre of millions of Jews during...

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    Werner G. Doehner, the Last Hindenburg Survivor, Dies at 90

    Mr. Doehner was 8 and traveling with his family when the German airship caught fire and...

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    Germany Passes Climate-Protection Law to Ensure 2030 Goals

    The law aims to get the country in line to reduce its carbon dioxide emissions to...

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    Germany Mandates Measles Vaccine

    All children attending preschool or higher in the country must be immunized, with fines for parents...

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    German Lawmakers Oust Committee Chair Over Remarks Seen as Anti-Semitic

    A member of the far-right Alternative for Germany party was removed as unfit for his post,...

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    Tampons to Be Taxed as Essential, Not Luxury, Items in Germany

    Starting Jan. 1, menstrual products will be considered “necessary” items, as bread, books and cut flowers...

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    The Fall of the Berlin Wall in Photos: An Accident of History That Changed The World

    The Communist regime was prepared for everything “except candles and prayers.” East Germany’s peaceful 1989 revolution...

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    Germany Has Been Unified for 30 Years. Its Identity Still Is Not.

    East Germans, bio-Germans, passport Germans: In an increasingly diverse country, the legacy of a divided history...

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    ‘I Will Never Be German’: Mixed-Race Families in Germany on the Struggle to Belong

    Thirty years after Germany’s unification, nearly 500 readers shared with us what it means to be...

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    Germany Moves to Tighten Gun and Hate Speech Laws After Far-Right Attacks

    The country will increase background checks for gun buyers and requirements for reporting online hate speech.

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    Election in Germany Helps Far Right Tighten Its Grip in the East

    The Alternative for Germany party doubled its share of the vote in Thuringia, where it is...

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    Assailant Live-Streamed Attempted Attack on German Synagogue

    A gunman tried to enter a synagogue in Germany during Yom Kippur, the holiest day on...

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    Where Pugs Rule the Racetrack

    Pugs enjoy a certain cultlike status in Germany, where their owners gather regularly to swap stories...

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    Only a Locked Door Stopped a Massacre at a German Synagogue

    The gunman who fatally shot two people made clear that he chose his target intending to...

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    Odds of a Brexit Deal Fade as Boris Johnson and Angela Merkel Clash

    Hopes of an agreement, already faint, seemed all but dashed after a phone call between the...

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    A Far-Right Dilemma for Europe’s Mainstream: Contain It or Join It?

    Traditional parties are increasingly working with the far right at a local level, fraying a taboo....

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    A German Court Defines Hangovers as an Illness

    As Oktoberfest begins, a German court said that companies selling anti-hangover products were illegally marketing them...