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Germany won't have a government anytime soon

by Kai Ryssdal and Shaheen Ainpour Nov 20, 2017
The German parliament still has not formed a coalition government.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel leaves the presidential residence Bellevue Castle in Berlin where she met the German President on November 20, 2017 after coalition talks failed overnight. 
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How Germany's election shake-up could change its economy

by Stephen Beard Sep 25, 2017
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has begun the long process of forming a new coalition government. Merkel won the largest number of votes by far in Sunday’s election, but millions of Germans defected from the mainstream parties and supported the anti-Islamic, anti-immigration…

The rise of Germany's 'euro-skeptics'

by Stephen Beard Oct 13, 2014
In the Eurozone's strongest economy, support is rising for a party that wants to pull out of the euro.

In Germany, elections loom and doubts about the eurozone

by Stephen Beard Sep 20, 2013
On Sunday, German voters will go to the polls. Victory for Chancellor Angela Merkel seems certain. One unpredictable element, however, is the fate of a party that wants to exclude the Eurozone's economically struggling members from the bloc.