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  1. Hans-Georg Maassen may have loved the limelight a bit too much for being Germany's domestic

    Hans-Georg Maassen, the German spymaster who talked too much

    For a spymaster, Hans-Georg Maassen seemed unusually receptive to the media -- while secret agents typically work in the shadows, the head of ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: President of the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution Maassen arrives

    Germany ousts spymaster over far-right violence row

  3. FILE PHOTO: Alternative for Germany party congress in Augsburg

    Germany's far-right AfD moves against handful of radicals

    Two regional branches of the anti-immigration far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) have taken steps to penalise members over suspected links ...
  4. Ryanair logo is pictured ahead of a news conference by Ryanair union representatives in Brussels

    Ryanair aims for union agreement in Germany before Christmas

    Budget airline Ryanair hopes to find an agreement with German unions before Christmas, Chief Marketing Officer Kenny Jacobs said on Tuesday, ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: German Labour Minister Heil during Reuters interview in Berlin

    Merkel takes a gamble with new immigration law

    Chancellor Angela Merkel hopes a new immigration law will make it easier for foreign workers to find jobs in Germany, but her push to fill a ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: Car manufacturers display their wares on the show floor of the North American Internati

    Hearings in VW investor lawsuit on hold until end-Nov

    Investors suing Volkswagen for billions in compensation from the hit to the carmaker's share price from its diesel emissions scandal will have to ...
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    Cybersecurity and training needs boost cost of German warship

  8. A convoy carrying German Chancellor Angela Merkel drives along a street in Algiers

    Germany, Algeria to work more closely on deportations of asylum seekers, Merkel says

    Germany and Algeria want to find ways to speed up the repatriation of Algerians living illegally in Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on ...
  9. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is pictured inside a vehicle during her visit to Algiers

    Merkel declines to confirm report she has decided to fire top spy

    Angela Merkel said on Monday she had nothing to add to what she had already said about Germany's embattled domestic intelligence chief after ...
  10. Germany rolls out its first hydrogen powered train, made by the French group Alstom which also

    Germany rolls out world's first hydrogen train