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Merkel hopeful of renewed Germany coalition talks

Germany has been in political unrest for almost four months since a federal election in September failed to produce a government.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel

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Germany and Turkey agree to mend ties

Foreign ministers of Turkey and Germany agree to work towards improving relations after period of high tensions.

Sigmar Gabriel (R) hosted Mevlut Cavusoglu

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Erdogan: Turkey 'tired' of EU membership process

Turkish president is welcomed by his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, in Paris.

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Why some Christians celebrate Christmas on January 7

The exact date of the birth of Jesus has not been established.

Christmas

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Emma Ihrer: Why Google honours her today

The birthday of Emma Ihrer, seen as principal founder of Germany's proletarian women's movement, observed with a doodle.

Emma Ihrer

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Far-right German MP slammed for anti-Muslim tweet

Alternative for Germany politician Beatrix von Storch launched tirade after police tweeted New Year's message in Arabic.

Von Storch's AfD party

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More stormy weather in store for Western Europe

There is only a brief respite before another spell of strong winds will hit the UK, France and the Low Countries.

stormy weather

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Aina Gamzatova: The Muslim woman challenging Putin

A 46-year old with no chance of winning the presidency has announced her bid, and she wants to get tough on fighters.

Aina Gamzatova

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Greece moves to cancel Turkish soldier's asylum

A Turkish officer who fled Turkey after a failed 2016 coup has been granted asylum in Greece, despite extradition calls.

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Milo Yiannopoulos to speak at Hungary-funded V4 event

Far-right provocateur who made his name by attacking feminists and refugees slated to speak at Visegrad group meeting.

Milo Yiannopoulos

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Italy: Some 1,400 refugees rescued at sea

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Czech Republic: PM Andrej Babis loses confidence vote

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Catalan MPs meet for first time since referendum bid

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Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic shot dead

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Rights groups to UK: Cancel Mohammed bin Salman's visit

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Severe Storm Fionn to slam northwest Europe

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Air traffic, trains and buses halted nationwide after Code Red weather alert is issued for large parts of the country.

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