Home | Discussion Center | Business | Travel | Best of the World Store | Add Your Link | Book Store | Travel Reservations | Search 
Recommended by:
The Internationalist is one of Forbes Best

[USA TODAYOnline Hot Site]

Portal to the World

Pick of the Week -- MSN
* *
Become an Internationalist member today! Enter your email address below, then hit "Join" for free updates from The Internationalist!
* *

Executive Success Travel Service

New York Times

Germany Refuses Turkey's Request to Spy on Opponents of Erdogan
New York Times
BERLIN — German officials acknowledged on Tuesday that they had rebuffed a request by the Turkish government to spy on its opponents in Germany, the latest strain to relations as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey pursues a referendum next ...
Germany Tells Turkey Not to Spy on Turks Living on Its SoilU.S. News & World Report
Turkey's spy agency 'targeting its citizens in Germany' as expatriates warned of possible reprisals if they returnTelegraph.co.uk
Berlin investigates Turkey for spying in GermanyFinancial Times
Reuters -The Guardian -Newsweek
all 38 news articles »

BBC News

Turkey 'spied' on pro-Gulen opponents in Germany
BBC News
German Interior Minister Thomas De Maiziere has said Turkey will not be allowed to spy on Turks living in Germany. Reports say the head of Turkey's intelligence service handed a list of people suspected of opposition sympathies to his German counterpart.
German official accuses Turkey of 'unacceptable' spying against Gulen supportersThe Independent
Turks in Germany warned over surveillance from AnkaraDeutsche Welle
Turks in Germany start voting in referendum to boost Erdogan powersReuters
The Globe and Mail -Daily Sabah
all 229 news articles »

Arutz Sheva

Germany sentences Pakistani spy
Arutz Sheva
A German court on Tuesday sentenced a 31-year-old Pakistani to four years and three months in prison for spying on Jewish and Israeli-related targets for Iran, The Associated Press reported, citing the German news agency dpa. According to the report, ...

and more »


Germany Said to Seek Early UK Brexit Pledge to Pay Its EU Bill
A key German priority when Brexit talks get under way is locking in an early commitment by the U.K. to pay its European Union bills, two people familiar with the government's strategy said. While the exact amount owed by the U.K. can be agreed later, ...
Germany will take UK to The Hague if it refuses to pay its £50bn Brexit 'divorce bill', warns finance departmentThe Independent
All signs points towards Germany making Britain's Brexit talks as difficult as possibleBusiness Insider

all 791 news articles »

Greeneville Sun

Researcher Will Present Tusculum Lecture On German Women In Nazi Germany
Greeneville Sun
Nugent's multimedia presentation presents insights from several interconnected research projects she recently conducted in Germany, according to a college news release. The topic of the first portion of her lecture is her oral history interviews of non ...

Trump is wrong to criticise Germany over trade – he should look ...
The Guardian
The president thinks Germany's trade surplus is the result of manipulating the euro, but Wall Street fuelled the problem.

and more »

Only Sweden, Germany and France among EU are pursuing Paris climate goals, says study
The Guardian
Only Sweden, Germany and France among EU are pursuing Paris climate goals, says study. UK ranks fifth in table assessing EU actions to cut carbon emissions by 40%, with most countries gaining wiggle room via loopholes. A COP21 summit flag is seen ...

and more »

The Nation

Germany Nabs Taliban Commander Suspected Of Leading Attack That Killed US Soldiers
Daily Caller
German police have arrested an Afghan man who allegedly commanded a Taliban unit during an attack that killed 16 American and Afghan soldiers. The 30-year-old man, identified as Abdullah P., was arrested March 23 in the state of Bavaria on suspicion of ...
Germany nabs Taliban fighter accused of killing US soldiersPeoria Journal Star
Germany arrests Afghan suspected of helping kill US soldiersReuters

all 33 news articles »

The Atlantic

Germany Is Taking Away Kindergarteners' Toys to Curb Future Addiction
The Atlantic
To prevent these potential seeds of addiction from ever being planted, the researchers ultimately decided to create a project for kitas and kindergartens, which in Germany typically serve children ages 3 to 6, and remove the things children sometimes ...

and more »


Readout of the President's Call with the Chancellor of Germany
Whitehouse.gov (press release)
President Donald J. Trump spoke with German Chancellor Angela Merkel to congratulate her on the outcome of the Saarland state election on March 26. The two leaders also used the occasion to reflect on the Chancellor's March 17 visit to the White House.
Did President Trump Give German Chancellor Angela Merkel a NATO Bill?snopes.com
The Offender of the Free WorldNew York Times

all 54 news articles »

Visit the Germany Travel Page

Travel Tickets Site Search
Translator Currency Xchange

 Home | Discussion Center | Business | Travel | Best of the World Store | Add Your Link | Book Store | Travel Reservations | Search 

Questions or Comments?
Mail us at webmaster@internationalist.com
© Copyright 1995-2004, The Internationalist, Inc. All Rights reserved.
The Internationalist is a Registered Trademark.
Search - Add Your Link - Home - Privacy Statement