2019-02: Germany

  1. Who is really 'wrecking' Europe? (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-01
  2. Slaughter of sick cows for meat in Poland is 'widespread', say reports (The Guardian)2019-02-01
  3. Germany’s Merkel closing her personal Facebook page (Washington Post)2019-02-01
  4. Angela Merkel gives up Facebook page after stepping down as party leader (The Guardian)2019-02-01
  5. Senior HMRC official sacked after sexual misconduct claims (The Guardian)2019-02-01
  6. A German Bratwurst Museum Unwittingly Starts a Holocaust Controversy (New York Times)2019-02-01
  7. The sausage hotel: is this the wurst place to spend a night in Germany? (The Guardian)2019-02-01
  8. After joining Isis aged 15, German woman asks to go home (Daily Nation)2019-02-02
  9. Hundreds protest in Germany against ban on older diesel cars (Washington Post)2019-02-02
  10. Germany Dispatch: Speed Limit on the Autobahn? Over My Dead Body, Many Germans Say (New York Times)2019-02-03
  11. Hungary's education shake-up is a 'dark day for Europe' (CNN)2019-02-03
  12. Voters reject plan to name streets in German municipality (Washington Post)2019-02-03
  13. Where the streets have no names - and residents like it like that (The New Zealand Herald)2019-02-04
  14. Japan, Germany to use free trade to curb Brexit impact (Washington Post)2019-02-04
  15. EU inspectors visit Poland after meat exports from sick cows (Washington Post)2019-02-04
  16. German police catch suspect in Amsterdam watch robbery (Washington Post)2019-02-04
  17. Germany faces tighter public finances as growth slows (Washington Post)2019-02-04
  18. Banksy: Love in the Bin's internal shredder deactivated (BBC)2019-02-04
  19. At Checkpoint Charlie, Cold War History Confronts Crass Commercialism (New York Times)2019-02-05
  20. Officials: 7 dead, many injured in Paris apartment fire (Washington Post)2019-02-05
  21. Paris fire service says seven people are dead and at least 28 injured in a blaze in a residential building (Washington Post)2019-02-05
  22. Several killed in Paris apartment block blaze (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-02-05
  23. Paris Building Fire Kills at Least 7, Reports Say (New York Times)2019-02-05
  24. The Latest: Witness saw flames shooting from Paris building (Washington Post)2019-02-05
  25. News Daily: May backstop speech and Paris fire (BBC)2019-02-05
  26. Seven dead, 28 injured in Paris building blaze (The Star)2019-02-05
  27. Paris prosecutor suspects criminal act in deadly apartment fire; 1 woman detained (Washington Post)2019-02-05
  28. German airline Germania files for insolvency, grounds planes (Washington Post)2019-02-05
  29. Eight dead, dozens injured in Paris apartment fire (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-05
  30. Inside Germany's sausage hotel (CNN)2019-02-05
  31. PICS: Woman held as death toll in Paris apartment block fire rises (The Star)2019-02-05
  32. Ten dead in possible arson attack at Paris apartment block (Daily Nation)2019-02-05
  33. Minister floats German industry strategy, ‘champions’ (Washington Post)2019-02-05
  34. German sausage museum scraps move to site of Nazi camp (The Guardian)2019-02-05
  35. Report suggests Germany may miss defense spending target (Washington Post)2019-02-05
  36. Deadly Paris building blaze: Foul play suspected (CNN)2019-02-05
  37. German backlash against EU air pollution limits 'lacks evidence' (The Guardian)2019-02-05
  38. Seven die in Paris apartment blaze (The New Zealand Herald)2019-02-05
  39. Woman held over deadly fire in Paris apartment block (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-02-05
  40. Watch: Dramatic finish to women's parallel slalom finals (BBC)2019-02-05
  41. German recession fears grow as factory orders tumble - business live (The Guardian)2019-02-06
  42. German factory orders slide in December, undercut forecasts (Washington Post)2019-02-06
  43. German Cabinet backs compromise in abortion dispute (Washington Post)2019-02-06
  44. The new and improved Das Boot – now with added women (The Guardian)2019-02-06
  45. Case against 7 of 10 in German Love Parade trial dropped (Washington Post)2019-02-06
  46. How much for a watercolor by Hitler? An auction house wants more than $50,000. (Washington Post)2019-02-06
  47. Germany's cabinet approves revision to Nazi-era abortion law (The Guardian)2019-02-06
  48. Germany marks centennial of Weimar era that preceded Nazis (Washington Post)2019-02-06
  49. Met Office: global warming could exceed 1.5C within five years (The Guardian)2019-02-06
  50. Paris fire: Woman in custody (The New Zealand Herald)2019-02-06
  51. Paris prosecutor: Fire suspect has history of mental issues (Washington Post)2019-02-06
  52. Facebook ordered by Germany to gather less data (BBC)2019-02-07
  53. Germany's new demands of Facebook (CNN)2019-02-07
  54. German regulator orders Facebook to restrict data collection (The Guardian)2019-02-07
  55. Juliette Binoche: 'Harvey Weinstein has had enough' (The Guardian)2019-02-07
  56. Germany to restrict Facebook's data gathering activities (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-07
  57. Deadly mazes: Paris architecture complicate fire rescues (Washington Post)2019-02-07
  58. Inside Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg's partnership (CNN)2019-02-08
  59. 5 people killed in house fire in western Germany (Washington Post)2019-02-08
  60. World’s biggest intelligence headquarters opens in Berlin (The Guardian)2019-02-08
  61. New EU measures threaten to complicate Nord Stream pipeline (Washington Post)2019-02-08
  62. Lindsey Buckingham heart surgery damages vocal cords (The Guardian)2019-02-09
  63. Germany Opens Massive Intelligence Complex (Maybe the World’s Largest) in Berlin (New York Times)2019-02-09
  64. Coal bites the dust in Germany, Europe's greenest nation (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-02-09
  65. Pope to visit Moroccan imam school to boost moderate Islam (Washington Post)2019-02-09
  66. Coal bites the dust in Germany, Europe's greenest nation (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-02-09
  67. 'Hitler paintings' fail to sell at auction in Germany (BBC)2019-02-10
  68. The Latest: Algeria’s ailing leader affirms run for 5th term (Washington Post)2019-02-10
  69. Finnish Volunteers ‘Very Likely’ Participated in Killing of Jews in WWII (New York Times)2019-02-11
  70. Germany’s ruling parties address labor, migration divisions (Washington Post)2019-02-11
  71. German far-right party members attacked after cinema visit (Washington Post)2019-02-11
  72. Crackerjack is coming back with Sam and Mark presenting (BBC)2019-02-11
  73. WhatsApp prepares for world's biggest election (CNN)2019-02-11
  74. Woman sues Lime after a scooter accident left her daughter in a vegetative state (The New Zealand Herald)2019-02-11
  75. Ex-Chilean bishop returns to face allegations of sex abuse (Washington Post)2019-02-12
  76. Facebook under pressure to halt rise of anti-vaccination groups (The Guardian)2019-02-12
  77. Germany bans 2 Kurdish publishing houses (Washington Post)2019-02-12
  78. Germany, US seek to set aside spat over natural gas supplies (Washington Post)2019-02-12
  79. Germany bans 2 Kurdish publishing houses for backing PKK (Washington Post)2019-02-12
  80. Eight charged in Germany over banana box cocaine smuggling (The Guardian)2019-02-12
  81. American fends off, kills suspected robber in Germany (Washington Post)2019-02-12
  82. Germany bans publishing houses over alleged PKK links (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-12
  83. The Interpreter: When Facebook Spread Hate, One Cop Tried Something Unusual (New York Times)2019-02-12
  84. Furious cyclist slings abuse at driver who didn't overtake fast enough (The New Zealand Herald)2019-02-13
  85. EU tentative deal could affect Russia-Germany gas pipeline (Washington Post)2019-02-13
  86. Germany charges 8 Albanians in 1.8-ton cocaine seizure (Washington Post)2019-02-13
  87. Anti-Semitic crime rose in Germany in 2018, report finds (Washington Post)2019-02-13
  88. Germany: Voters abuzz over referendum to save the bees (Washington Post)2019-02-13
  89. Anti-vaxxers are spreading conspiracy theories on Facebook (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-02-13
  90. FBI releases serial killer Samuel Little's drawings of victims (BBC)2019-02-13
  91. Tech We’re Using: Germany Is Wary of a Digital World (but Loves Its E-Toothbrushes) (New York Times)2019-02-13
  92. Serial killer's drawings of alleged victims released by FBI (The Guardian)2019-02-14
  93. Bavaria campaigners abuzz as bees petition forces farming changes (The Guardian)2019-02-14
  94. Germany narrowly avoids recession after stagnating in last quarter - business live (The Guardian)2019-02-14
  95. German economy just avoids recession but weaker exports take toll (The Guardian)2019-02-14
  96. Italian police nab mobster from clan tied to German massacre (Washington Post)2019-02-15
  97. Hopes US serial killer's sketches will help find more victims (The Star)2019-02-15
  98. German minister calls for ban on conversion therapy (The Guardian)2019-02-15
  99. Last member of real-life Great Escape team dies aged 99 (The Guardian)2019-02-15
  100. German government adviser recommends smartphone ban for children under 14 (Washington Post)2019-02-15