Angela Merkel News
Germany's Merkel: US Trade Deal 'Absolutely' in EU Interest
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says a planned trade deal between the U.S. and the European Union is "absolutely in Europe's interest" and is rejecting an industry group's criticism that politicians aren't doing enough to support it
The Latest: TV Reporter: Ansbach Bomber Was 'Not Aggressive'
A Syrian asylum-seeker who blew himself up outside a bar in southern Germany was interviewed twice by Bulgaria's public BNT television in 2013, claiming that he taught math in Aleppo and left Syria after losing his whole family
German FM: Trump Victory Could Affect Trans-Atlantic Ties
Germany's foreign minister says a victory for Donald Trump in the U.S. presidential election could affect trans-Atlantic ties
Merkel: Germany 'Will Manage' Challenge After Attacks
Chancellor Angela Merkel pledged Thursday to do "everything humanly possible" to ensure security in Germany following a string of attacks _ including two carried out by asylum-seekers and claimed by the Islamic State group
Chancellor Angela Merkel Says Germany Will "Stick to Our Principles" and Give Shelter to Those Who Deserve It
Chancellor Angela Merkel says Germany will "stick to our principles" and give shelter to those who deserve it
German Chancellor Angela Merkel Says Refugees Carrying out Attacks "Mock the Country That Took Them In"
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says refugees carrying out attacks "mock the country that took them in"
Satire Site Blames Merkel for Burnt Pizza, Pokemon Problems
Who's to blame for socks with holes and empty beer glasses? Angela Merkel , according to a Facebook page set up by Germans with a satirical sense of humor. The page "Danke Merkel" — meaning "thanks, Merkel" — blames the German chancellor for many of life's little problems, including burnt pizza,
Merkel to Face Questions Over Migrant, Security Policies
Angela Merkel is holding her annual summer news conference Thursday, at which questions over her government's policy on migrants and security are expected to dominate
Minister: Bavaria Bomber in Online Chat Before Attack
Bavaria's interior minister says a 27-year-old Syrian asylum-seeker who blew himself up in the southern German town of Ansbach was in an online chat with a still-unidentified person immediately before the explosion