German chancellor Angela Merkel waged a campaign to stop European Union nations from following the lead of the United States and relocating their Israeli embassies to Jerusalem, according to European Coalition for Israel director Tomas Sandell.
BERLIN (Reuters) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday she would not seek re-election as party chairwoman and that her fourth term as chancellor would be her last, heralding the end of a 13-year era in which she has dominated European politics.
Germany of all countries should appreciate the need—indeed, the obligation—of free societies to take a strong and consistent stand against a murderous, anti-Semitic regime.
President Donald Trump shared on Twitter Wednesday a video of sharp words he directed toward NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg about Germany being “totally controlled by Russia” regarding their energy relationship.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who has been acclaimed and criticized for opening Germany to hundreds of thousands of refugees during her 13-year tenure, is moderating the country’s migrant policy in an attempt to maintain control of her government coalition.
Nearly 1,000 people were injured or killed in terrorist attacks involving refugees over a four-year span, with Germany facing the highest number of terror plots, according to a new Heritage Foundation report published Monday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is America’s most admired foreign democratically elected male leader, according to an annual Gallup survey.
Following yesterday’s federal elections in Germany, one thing is clear: Angela Merkel will have a fourth term as chancellor. Unfortunately that is the only thing that is clear.