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Germany's far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) beat the centre-left Social Democrats and became the second most popular party in the country.
President Trump's first state dinner will be with French President Emmanuel Macron. The event is highly anticipated due to the intensity of their previous handshakes and the gravity of the topics that must be discussed.
German leaders are increasingly alarmed about a resurgence of anti-Semitism, stemming from an emboldened far right and an influx of refugees from countries hostile to Israel.
Several German cities have introduced bans on new asylum seekers' arrivals as communities struggle with refugee integration.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned of rising anti-Semitism in her country on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, calling the development "shameful."
Germany will limit the number of asylum seeker arrivals to around 200,000 annually under a draft coalition agreement sealed Friday.
Germany should appoint an anti-Semitism commissioner to counter growing hate speech against Jews and Israel, the interior minister said Sunday.
Germany and France will offer their joint vision for reforming the eurozone by March, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel will meet leaders of the Social Democrats next week for exploratory talks on ending the country's political stand-off.
Germany said it had expelled 27 Afghan men, despite fierce protests from opponents who say it is not safe to return them to war-torn Afghanistan.
Germany's Social Democrats plan to decide Thursday whether or not to help Chancellor Merkel end months of political paralysis in Europe's biggest economy.
The far-right Alternative for Germany will leaders as police brace for potentially violent protests against the anti-migrant, anti-Islam party
Germany is facing uncertainty after Chancellor Merkel's conservatives failed to form a coalition with two smaller parties.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative bloc and two smaller parties are pushing hard to reach an agreement on climate change and immigration.
Germany has entered uncharted territory: nearly two months after the country held its general elections, three parties are attempting to form a coalition.