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In Germany, miners and others prepare for a soft exit from hard coal
The end of hard coal mining in Germany comes just as Germany is working to slash its CO2 emissionsby replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy sources like wind and solar. The country calls it the Energiewende, or “energy transition.” But wind and ...

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Explaining the SPD's Novel Pitch to Govern Germany With Merkel
Merkel and the SPD are eager to break Germany's political deadlock two-and-a-half months after the election. But amid the political jostling, the KoKo may end up being more a trial balloon aimed at smoothing over internal party discord after the Social ...
Germany's SPD plays hard-to-get before first talks with MerkelReuters
The Fate of Social Democracy Is Being Decided in GermanyForeign Policy (blog)
Germany's Angela Merkel and SPD start grand coalition talksDeutsche Welle
POLITICO.eu -Financial Times -The Conversation UK
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The Independent

Airbus A380 draws Christmas tree in the sky during test flight over Germany
The Independent
One bold and inspired pilot brought seasonal joy to the world by drawing a giant Christmas tree in the sky on a flight path over Germany while doing a test flight of an Airbus A380 aircraft for Emirates. Read more. US Navy fighter crew grounded after ...
Pine in the sky! Pilot draws a giant Christmas tree over Germany during test flight of Emirates Airbus 380Daily Mail
Airbus creates Christmas tree with Emirates A380 test flight over GermanyThe National

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The Guardian

Germany mulls more money for victims after Berlin attack
Fox News
Twelve people were killed and dozens more were injured when a criminal from Tunisia drove a stolen truck into a crowded Christmas market on Dec. 19, 2016. He was later killed in Italy and the attack was claimed by the Islamic State group. An official ...

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Why Germany's Real Estate Market Could Shrink After 50% Jumps
Two developments could affect the German market as a whole in the coming year: the involvement of foreign investors and the impact of Brexit, observers said. "Especially Japanese investors are looking for the first time more extensively at Germany ...

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Deutsche Welle

Netherlands to take Germany to court over road tax
Deutsche Welle
The news comes as little surprise. The Dutch have long since signaled their opposition to the German highway toll plans — which they believe discriminates against foreigners — and when Austria announced their court action in October, it was expected ...
Dutch join Austria's lawsuit against German road toll planReuters
The Dutch join Austria in fight against 'discriminatory' German road toll planDutchNews.nl

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News & Observer

Germany to probe how smart TV makers handle personal data
News & Observer
Germany's antitrust authority says it is launching an examination of how manufacturers of smart TVs handle users' data. The Federal Cartel Office said Wednesday it is using newly introduced powers to conduct an examination of a whole sector to detect ...

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Business Insider

78 years ago, the British won a surprise victory over Nazi Germany in the first major naval battle of World War II
Business Insider
About two weeks after Poland surrendered to Germany at the end of September — succumbing to a month of the Nazi blitzkrieg — the British battleship HMS Royal Oak was sunk by a U-boat, claiming more than 800 British sailors. That was followed in short ...

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The Straits Times

Germany's Lufthansa drops bid for Air Berlin's Niki unit
ABC News
The German government said it regretted Wednesday's development, which it said would lead to the bankruptcy and grounding of Niki. Air Berlin ended operations in late October, though Austria-based Niki continued flying. Germany's biggest airline ...
EU clears easyJet purchase of part of Germany's Air BerlinFox News

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