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Britain, France and Germany condemn Iran's uranium enrichment

Britain, France and Germany blast Iran after it announced it is enriching uranium to 60 percent at Fordow.

Britain, France and Germany condemn Iran's uranium enrichment

PA 'foreign minister' visits Holocaust memorial in Berlin

Visit comes months after PA chairman Abbas accused Israel of "50 holocausts" during meeting with German chancellor.

PA 'foreign minister' visits Holocaust memorial in Berlin

'Iran will be sanctioned further by the EU'

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz blasts Iranian government for crackdown on protests, warns more EU sanctions are coming.

'Iran will be sanctioned further by the EU'

Germany, EU mulling classifying IRGC as terror organization

German Foreign Minister says her country and the EU are examining whether to classify Revolutionary Guards as a terrorist organization.

Germany, EU mulling classifying IRGC as terror organization

Germany calls for EU sanctions over Iranian crackdown

Germany’s Foreign Minister urges entry bans, asset freezes against those responsible for repression of protesters in Iran.

Germany calls for EU sanctions over Iranian crackdown

Rock thrown at synagogue in Germany

Rock thrown at women’s section at the Orthodox synagogue in city of Hanover during Yom Kippur prayers. No injuries reported.

Rock thrown at synagogue in Germany

'Lapid said: Get off the plane with me, this is our victory'

Holocaust survivor Shoshana Trister tells INN about her fear of getting off the plane in Germany and the PM's special appeal to her.

'Lapid said: Get off the plane with me, this is our victory'

'European powers taking steps in the path of the Zionist regime'

Iran blasts joint statement by Germany, France and Britain which raised "serious doubts" about Iran's sincerity in seeking nuclear deal.

'European powers taking steps in the path of the Zionist regime'

'We are working for the sake of the future'

President and First Lady attend state dinner hosted by German President at Schloss Bellevue presidential palace in Berlin.

'We are working for the sake of the future'

'Every visit carries with it tremendous personal weight'

President Herzog and First Lady will participate in 50th anniversary memorial for massacre of Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics.

'Every visit carries with it tremendous personal weight'

Germany to increase compensation for Munich victims' families

Germany to offer increased compensation to families of 11 victims of 1972 Munich Olympics massacre.

Germany to increase compensation for Munich victims' families

Vandals damage trees at Buchenwald

Premier of Thuringia state pledges "decisive response" after trees planted in honor of Buchenwald victims are vandalized yet again.

Vandals damage trees at Buchenwald

Germany, Switzerland arrest 4 ISIS sympathizers

Four suspected members of ISIS detained in Germany and Switzerland in a cross-border operation.

Germany, Switzerland arrest 4 ISIS sympathizers

Four people injured in stabbing at German university

Students overpower man suspected of stabbing people at university city of Hamm. Motive for incident unclear.

Four people injured in stabbing at German university

'End the nuclear escalation'

France, Germany and the United Kingdom condemn Iran's latest steps to scale back compliance with 2015 nuclear deal.

'End the nuclear escalation'

US, Britain, France and Germany seek to censure Iran at IAEA

US, Britain, France and Germany submit motion to IAEA calling on Iran to fully cooperate with it.

US, Britain, France and Germany seek to censure Iran at IAEA

German soccer fan investigated over Nazi salute

Germany’s soccer association condemns 28-year-old who is being investigated for giving Nazi salute during friendly win over Israel.

German soccer fan investigated over Nazi salute

Germany: One dead, 14 injured in train accident

One person killed and at least 14 others injured in a collision between two commuter trains near Munich.

Germany: One dead, 14 injured in train accident

'There will be no Nord Stream 2 if Russia invades Ukraine'

US President says Russia-to-Germany natural gas pipeline will not be implemented if Russia further invades Ukraine.

'There will be no Nord Stream 2 if Russia invades Ukraine'

First Ladies of Israel and Germany host Holocaust survivor

First Ladies of Israel and Germany host Holocaust survivor for virtual International Holocaust Remembrance Day event.

First Ladies of Israel and Germany host Holocaust survivor

European countries condemn Sheikh Jarrah eviction

France, Germany, Italy and Spain criticize eviction of illegal building in Jerusalem neighborhood, condemn Israeli construction.

European countries condemn Sheikh Jarrah eviction

Germany: Time running out to revive Iran nuclear deal

Germany's Foreign Minister says no progress has been made in Iran talks and time is running out to reach an agreement.

Germany: Time running out to revive Iran nuclear deal

Former Nazi guard claims he was merely a farmhand working nearby

101-year-old accused of being guard at Sachsenhausen concentration camp says he was a laborer at a factory and farm, not an SS watchman.

Former Nazi guard claims he was merely a farmhand working nearby

Merkel to visit Israel before leaving office

German Chancellor will head to Israel next week, meet Prime Minister Bennett and President Herzog.

Merkel to visit Israel before leaving office

Exposing Muslim anti-Semitism in Germany

Exposing Muslim anti-Semitism in Germany

The German AfD party has surged and Europe is falling apart

The German AfD party has surged and Europe is falling apart

Merkel calls for fight against anti-Semitism

German Chancellor addresses historic Argentinian synagogue, says anti-Semitism must be fought 'wherever it appears.'

Merkel calls for fight against anti-Semitism

German Soccer Delegation to Visit Auschwitz

German soccer players and officials will visit Auschwitz-Birkenau, after an exhibition game against Israel before the European Championship.

German Soccer Delegation to Visit Auschwitz

German President Warns: Iran Threatens 'New Shoah'

German President Gauck said Germany is "very concerned" about a nuclear Iran posing a threat to Europe, as well as the Middle East.

German President Warns: Iran Threatens 'New Shoah'

German Bonds Hit New Low as Eurozone Flounders

Body blows to European economies continue to pummel recovery efforts throughout the Eurozone

German Bonds Hit New Low as Eurozone Flounders

Peres Welcomes German President; They Tour Yad VaShem

President Shimon Peres welcomes his German counterpart Joachim Gauck to Israel Tuesday morning, and they toured Yad VaShem in the morning.

Peres Welcomes German President; They Tour Yad VaShem

Top Nazi War Criminal Dies at Age 90

Klaas Carel Faber, a Nazi war criminal, died in Germany on Saturday at the age of 90.

Top Nazi War Criminal Dies at Age 90

Poll: 59% of Germans Believe Israel is 'Aggressive'

Germans have become increasingly hostile to Israel in recent years, with 59 percent describing the country as “aggressive.”

Poll: 59% of Germans Believe Israel is 'Aggressive'

German Finance Expert Accuses Merkel of 'Holocaust Guilt'

Former German Bundesbank member Thilo Sarrazin claims in new book that Merkel’s European policy is motivated by guilt for the Holocaust.

German Finance Expert Accuses Merkel of 'Holocaust Guilt'

With Sarkozy Gone And Merkel Weakened, Turks Resume EU Entry Bid

With Sarkozy gone and Angela Merkel weakened, Turkey is counting on a more favorable reception in Brussels.

With Sarkozy Gone And Merkel Weakened, Turks Resume EU Entry Bid

Lieberman Heads to Berlin to Meet Local Officials

Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman leaves for Berlin, where he will meet senior officials and the head of the Jewish community.

Lieberman Heads to Berlin to Meet Local Officials

Germany 'Will Not Accept an Iranian Nuclear Weapon'

German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle stressed Berlin's steadfast support for Israel and opposition to an Iranian nuclear bomb

Germany 'Will Not Accept an Iranian Nuclear Weapon'

German Police Probe Salafist Violence

German police are probing 81 people and have searched a Salafist mosque after clashes between adherents and police outside a far-right rally

German Police Probe Salafist Violence

Hitler's Mein Kampf Returns to German Schools

Germany announced that when copyright to Mein Kampf expires, an ‘annotated’ version will be made available to students across the country.

Hitler's Mein Kampf Returns to German Schools

Beitar Commemorates Holocaust, Calls for Boycott of Germany

The Beitar youth movement held a Yom Hashoah ceremony in front of the German Embassy in Tel Aviv.

Beitar Commemorates Holocaust, Calls for Boycott of Germany

Gunter Grass Hospitalized

German author and Nobel laureate who criticized Israel has been hospitalized with heart problems.

Gunter Grass Hospitalized

German Poet Grass Claims He is Targeted by Critics

German poet Gunter Grass says he is being targeted by critics and will not back down from what he wrote about Israel in his poem.

German Poet Grass Claims He is Targeted by Critics

Pirate Party Success Dents Image Of German System's Stability

The surprising surge in the polls of the German Pirate party has shaken assumptions about German stability.

Pirate Party Success Dents Image Of German System's Stability

Germany Goes Green, Plans to Abandon Nuclear Power

Europe's healthiest economy is planning to invest a huge sum in clean, renewable energy -- and is walking away from nuclear power.

Germany Goes Green, Plans to Abandon Nuclear Power

Frankfurt's First Jewish Mayor Since Holocaust

The German city of Frankfurt on Sunday elected its first Jewish mayor -- Peter Feldmann -- since the Holocaust.

Frankfurt's First Jewish Mayor Since Holocaust

Saarland Gives Merkel a Needed Win, But Pirates Take Nearly 9%

The Saarland gave Angela Merkel's CDU a badly needed victory, but continued the Free Democrat nosedive, so coalition options are lacking.

Saarland Gives Merkel a Needed Win, But Pirates Take Nearly 9%

Ahmadinejad Tells Germans Holocaust a Lie

Ahmadinejad surpasses previous acts of chutzpah and tells German TV the Holocaust “was a colonialist plan that resulted from a lie.”

Ahmadinejad Tells Germans Holocaust a Lie

German Woman Attempts to Throw Fireworks on Israeli Embassy

A woman was arrested in Berlin after trying to throw a small suitcase filled with fireworks on Israeli Embassy.

German Woman Attempts to Throw Fireworks on Israeli Embassy

Erdogan Blocked from German 'Tolerance Prize'

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan was blocked Saturday by German protesters from receiving an award for “humanity and tolerance.”

Erdogan Blocked from German 'Tolerance Prize'

Collection Stolen by Nazis to be Returned to Jewish Owner

Jewish man wins legal fight against German museum for the return of thousands of posters stolen from his father by the Nazis in 1938.

Collection Stolen by Nazis to be Returned to Jewish Owner

German Opposition Head Links Israel With 'Apartheid'

German's opposition leader says Israel uses apartheid policies in Hevron, sparks outrage from Jewish group, rival politicians.

German Opposition Head Links Israel With 'Apartheid'

Veteran Nazi Hunter Nominated to Run for German Presidency

Veteran Nazi hunter and supporter of Israel, Beate Klarsfeld was nominated to run for German presidency.

Veteran Nazi Hunter Nominated to Run for German Presidency

Merkel Got Her Second Bailout But Faces Increasing Opposition

Angela Merkel got a lopsided vote in the Bundestag favoring a bailout but is facing growing dissent in her coalition and public opinion.

Merkel Got Her Second Bailout But Faces Increasing Opposition

FDP Imposes Opposition Nominee On Chancellor Merkel

To the seeming displeasure of Chancellor Merkel, the next German President will be Joachim Gauck.

FDP Imposes Opposition Nominee On Chancellor Merkel

German Defense Minister Warns Against Israeli Attack in Iran

Germany’s Defense Minister: An Israeli attack on Iran won't achieve its goals and may have severe political consequences.

German Defense Minister Warns Against Israeli Attack in Iran

German Authorities Arrest Two Syrian Agents

Authorities in Germany arrest two Syrian government agents on charges they were spying on suspected Syrian opposition activists.

German Authorities Arrest Two Syrian Agents

Merkel Seeks Help For European Finances Sanctions On Iran

Angela Merkel is in China to sound out her hosts on helping the euro and joining sanctions against Iran.

Merkel Seeks Help For European Finances Sanctions On Iran

Barak Praises German Security Establishment on Iran

Defense Minister Ehud Barak made a special point Thursday of praising Germany's stance on Iran going into talks with FM Guido Westerwelle.

Barak Praises German Security Establishment on Iran

Video: What Is It Like Being a Jew in Berlin?

Berlin Rabbi Chaim Rozwaski, in Israel for the annual Herzliya Conference, tells Arutz Sheva what it is like being a Jew in Berlin today.

Video: What Is It Like Being a Jew in Berlin?

Sarkozy Would Have France Emulate The Success of Germany

Nicolas Sarkozy plans to offer the French a German style economy, promising competitiveness and low unemployment.

Sarkozy Would Have France Emulate The Success of Germany