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Aljazeera.com

Mesut Ozil cites 'racism and disrespect' as he quits Germany
Aljazeera.com
Mesut Ozil has announced his retirement from international football, hitting out at the "racist" and "disrespectful" treatment he received in the wake of his meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Germany's early World Cup exit. The ...
Ozil quits Germany squad in spat over Turkey president photoWashington Post
Mesut Ozil Quits German National Team, Citing RacismNew York Times
Mesut Ozil retires from Germany citing racism after tensions over Turkish rootsESPN
Deutsche Welle -Sporting News
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The Guardian

Germany's left and right vie to turn politics upside down
The Guardian
Leftwing politicians are singing the praises of border control while rightwingers call for expanding the welfare state. Old political certainties could be turned upside down in Germany this summer as the far ends of the country's political spectrum ...


Aljazeera.com

Germany drops economic sanctions against Turkey
Aljazeera.com
The measure was imposed in July 2017 as a way to pressure Ankara after the detention of a German human rights campaigner and five other activists, including the head of Amnesty International in Turkey. Opposition parties in Germany have accused the 1.5 ...

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Formula 1

Vettel 'won't lose sleep' over Germany error
Formula 1
Will Sebastian Vettel's #5 Ferrari sliding off the track at Hockenheim become the defining moment of the 2018 Formula 1 world championship? That remains to be seen. But while it was certainly a costly error from the German, handing victory to his title ...
Hamilton retakes F1 lead with 'miracle' victory in GermanyKFGO News
Hamilton rewards Mercedes with epic win in GermanyReuters
German Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton wins after Sebastian Vettel crashes outBBC Sport
The Guardian -Wheels24
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Formula 1

FIA post-race press conference - Germany
Formula 1
You know you've just won the German Grand Prix and taken back the lead in the world championship? LH: Yeah, I hadn't really thought about that. It was so tough out there and conditions were… perfect! The conditions were perfect for business time. When ...

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Deutsche Welle

Germany: Thousands gather in Munich to protest Bavarian ruling party CSU
Deutsche Welle
Organizers of the rally wanted to emphasize that the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) was not the only political orgnanization that in their eyes promotes a politics of "exclusion and hate." Protesters were called on by organizers to put the ...
German politics: CSU campaigning for votes in BavariaAljazeera.com

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NEWS.com.au

Lewis Hamilton wins Formula 1 Grand Prix at Hockenheimring, Germany
NEWS.com.au
Valtteri Bottas finished second, making it the first one-two podium for the Silver Arrows in Germany. Kimi Raikkonen finished third for Ferrari, but Vettel's departure meant Mercedes were able to claim first place on the constructors' championship ...


New York Post

Knifeman charged in Germany bus attack
New York Post
BERLIN — German prosecutors are charging a 34-year-old man who attacked passengers on a crowded city bus with a knife in the northern town of Luebeck on Friday with attempted murder. Luebeck prosecutors said in a statement Saturday they're also ...
German bus knife attack leaves several woundedBBC News
Man Arrested After Knife Attack on German BusNew York Times
Nine people injured in attack on bus in GermanyThe Guardian
CBS News -The Independent -Los Angeles Times
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Bloomberg

The Dismantling of Germany Inc.
Bloomberg
As chief executive officer of Siemens AG, Joe Kaeser serves as the unofficial captain of Germany Inc., the kind of job few would leave voluntarily. Yet when Kaeser was invited to extend his tenure last year, he hesitated. With Siemens' stock at an all ...


Bloomberg

Merkel's Biggest German Ally Could One Day Be Her Biggest Threat
Bloomberg
In Germany's year of political turmoil, Finance Minister Olaf Scholz is emerging as a surprise winner. With his pro-European convictions and even-keeled presence, the Social Democrat gained stature during Chancellor Angela Merkel's recent infighting ...

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