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Covid

German industry recovering from pandemic, but slower than expected

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German industrial production rose by 1.6 per cent on the month in September, the Federal Statistical Agency (Destatis) reported on Friday. The rise was...
German Cup

German Cup ties could be open to fans

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German Cup matches could be played in front of fans, the governing DFB decided after altering regulations which also apply to the third division...
arrested

German prosecutor says three former Wirecard executives arrested

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The Munich public prosecutor said on Wednesday that three former executives of German payment company Wirecard have been arrested as investigations into the company's...
Allianz

German shares edge down Tuesday

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German stocks edged down on Tuesday, with the benchmark DAX index down 5.49 points, or 0.05 percent, to close at 10,819.50 points. ...
Stocks

German shares lose 3.64 percent Monday

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German shares lost on Monday, with the benchmark DAX index down 394.84 points, or 3.64 percent, to close at 10,466.80 points. All...
Vilnius Airport

Vilnius Airport to partly resume services from mid-May

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Vilnius Airport will gradually resume passenger services from May 13, with the first flights to be carried out to Riga and Frankfurt, Lithuanian Airports,...
European Union (EU)

EU poised for stimulus amid COVID-19 risks

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The announcement of rate cut from several major central banks in the world has pushed policymakers in the European Union (EU) one step further...

Drone sightings at Frankfurt Airport cause air traffic disruptions

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Several drone sightings at Frankfurt Airport, Germany's busiest hub, on Monday caused temporary grounding of flights to and from the airport, German federal police...
crime scene

Nine killed in German shootings, shooter had “xenophobic motive”

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The alleged gunman that shot and killed nine people in twin shootings in the western German city of Hanau late Wednesday had a "xenophobic...
breaking news

8 killed in two shootings in Hanau, Germany

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Eight people were killed in two shootings in the western German city of Hanau on Wednesday evening, local police have confirmed. According...
A sign in Oberelsungen, Hesse reads that train traffic is "provisionally suspended" on Sunday afternoon. Photo: DPA

Trains suspended, flights disrupted as powerful storm hits Germany

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German railway operator Deutsche Bahn said Sunday that it is halting long-distance train services nationwide until at least Monday morning as a powerful storm...
banks

ECB publishes capital review results of individual banks for first time

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The European Central Bank (ECB) on Tuesday said it is publishing individual results of an annual review on European banks' capital levels for the...
china-factory

Economist Foresees China Becoming a High-Income Nation By 2025

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China will become a high-income country by 2025 and the world's largest economy by 2030, Justine Yifu Lin, former senior vice president and chief...
entrepreneur

Ghana’s Entrepreneurship to be driven by ecoligo’s solar

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The Impact Hub in Accra, Ghana will become the first business in the West African country to benefit from ecoligo's fully financed solar-as-a-service solution....
The German Stock Index (DAX) display is highlighted in red at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, Thursday, Aug. 16, 2007. Global stock markets tumbled again Thursday, battered by persistent worries about U.S. housing loan problems and their possible damage to the global economy. (AP Photo/Bernd Kammerer)

German shares gain 0.32 percent Wednesday

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German stocks rose on Wednesday, with the benchmark DAX index up 40.97 points, or 0.32 percent, to close at 12,805.95 points. Deutsche...
The German Stock Index (DAX) display is highlighted in red at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, Thursday, Aug. 16, 2007. Global stock markets tumbled again Thursday, battered by persistent worries about U.S. housing loan problems and their possible damage to the global economy. (AP Photo/Bernd Kammerer)

German shares lose 0.98 percent Monday

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German shares lost on Monday, with the benchmark DAX index down 125.28 points, or 0.98 percent, to close at 12,690.44 points. German...
3W Infra Servers in DC Amsterdam

Iaas Hosting Opens 3W Infra IT Infrastructure in three Cities

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3W Infra, a fast-growing global Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) hosting provider headquartered in Amsterdam, announces the expansion of its managed services offering with the launch of...
The German Stock Index (DAX) display is highlighted in red at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, Thursday, Aug. 16, 2007. Global stock markets tumbled again Thursday, battered by persistent worries about U.S. housing loan problems and their possible damage to the global economy. (AP Photo/Bernd Kammerer)

German benchmark DAX index down by 0.38 percent

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The benchmark DAX index at Frankfurt Stock Exchange on Thursday lost 45.70 points or 0.38 percent, to close at 12,109.00 points. Lufthansa...
Dortmund

Spotlight: Explosions hit Dortmund team bus, one player injured

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Three explosions hit the team bus of German soccer team Borussia Dortmund ahead of its first game of UEFA Champions League quarter-final against AS...
The German Stock Index (DAX) display is highlighted in red at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, Thursday, Aug. 16, 2007. Global stock markets tumbled again Thursday, battered by persistent worries about U.S. housing loan problems and their possible damage to the global economy. (AP Photo/Bernd Kammerer)

German benchmark DAX index gains 73.31 points Thursday

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The benchmark DAX index at Frankfurt Stock Exchange on Thursday gained 73.31 points or 0.61 percent and closed at 12,083.18 points, stayed above the...
Photo taken on April 10, 2015 shows a general view of the Kabul city in Kabul, Afghanistan. (Xinhua/Ahmad Massoud)

Feb. 1 world news summary at 1530 GMT

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BAKU -- Four suspects were killed and another arrested in a raid on a group suspected of planning terror attacks in Azerbaijan, the State...
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Terror suspect arrested in Germany

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A terror suspect was arrested on Wednesday in Frankfurt amid a massive operation of raids, Germany's Hessen State Criminal Police Office announced. ...

Frankfurt beat Schalke 1-0 in German Bundesliga

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Alexander Meier's goal helped Eintracht Frankfurt to edge struggling Schalke 1-0 at the opener of the 18th round in Bundesliga on Friday. Eintracht Frankfurt reaped...
Soldiers of pro-government militia are pictured in Aleppo, Syria, on Dec. 11, 2016. (Xinhua/Yang Zhen) (zw)

Jan. 24 world news summary at 1530 GMT

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ASTANA -- Representatives of Iran, Russia and Turkey Tuesday participated in the second day of peace talks on Syria in Kazakhstan's capital, and decided...
arrested

Two suspected extremists arrested in Germany’s Bonn

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Two German-Moroccan brothers suspected of being members of the Islamic State (IS) were arrested in the region of Bonn on Tuesday, Germany's Federal Procuratorate...
Greek banks remain shut

ECB keeps base interest rate unchanged at 0 percent

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The governing council of European Central Bank (ECB) announced on Thursday its base interset rate will remain unchanged at 0.00 percent, despite that eurozone...
AFP/File / Paul J. Richards Volkswagen's net profit slumped by 20.1% to 2.31 billion euros in the period from January to March, on a 3.4-percent decline in sales to 50.96 billion euros

Volkswagen drafts settlement of US$4.3 billion with U.S. regulator

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Volkswagen AG (VW) announced on Tuesday that it had drafted with U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Customs and Border Protection a concrete settlement...
Brexit

Draghi: Markets have become more resistant to Brexit, Trump, Italy

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Britain's decision to leave the European Union, Donald Trump's election to the US presidency and political turmoil in Italy are not spooking markets, European...

Germany’s benchmark DAX index closed down on Thursday

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The benchmark DAX index at Frankfurt Stock Exchange on Thursday went down 106.25 points, or 1.00 percent, and closed at 10,534.05 points. ...

Germany’s benchmark DAX index closes up

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The political uncertainties in Europe weighed further on stock markets, with German Chancellor Angela Merkel announcing to run for a fourth term, whereas French...