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Swaraj assures help to distressed Indian woman in Germany

The woman, Gurpreet, posted a short video on Twitter, alleging she and her seven-year daughter had been kept in a refugee camp in Germany by her husband’s family.

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Migrant crisis: Germany reaches deal for asylum seekers, with restrictions on relatives

Germany also plans to declare Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia safe countries of origin, Gabriel said, making it easier to send migrants back to those countries.

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Germany proposes short-term jobs for half a million Syrian refugees

Almost 4.3 million Syrians have fled civil war since 2011 and most remain in the region, mainly in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey

CORRECTS FROM IN AMMAN TO 20 KILOMETERS OUTSIDE OF AMMAN. German Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development Gerd Mueller speaks with Syrian refugee children during his visit to Baqaa Refugee Camp, 20 kilometers outside of Amman, Jordan, Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016. (AP Photo/Raad Adayleh)

Germany proposes short-term jobs for half a million Syrians

Germany would initially contribute 200 million euros ($217 million), with money to start flowing in mid-2016, and would ask other donors to contribute, according to a handout from his delegation.

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Leipzig: Far-right protesters rally against Angela Merkel, accuse her for violence in Germany

“We are the people”, “Resistance!” and “Deport them!”, chanted the followers of LEGIDA, the local chapter of xenophobic group PEGIDA.

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Germany: Cologne gets 516 criminal complaints, migrant debate intensifies

Merkel announced a proposal Saturday that would make it easier to deport migrants who commit crimes, which still needs parliamentary approval.

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Merkel wants expulsion rules toughened after Cologne sex assaults

Both women’s groups and supporters of the xenophobic PEGIDA movement mobilised in separate rallies in Cologne


Cologne divided over who to blame for New Year’s sexual assaults

At least 106 women have come forward to file criminal complaints of sexual assault and robbery during the New Year’s Eve festivities, authorities said, including two accounts of rape.

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Angela Merkel office checked for suspicious object

The chancellery wasn’t evacuated. Merkel was due to lead a regular Cabinet meeting Wednesday morning.

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Germany shuts Munich train stations after tip IS planned attack

Five to seven suicide bombers were to take part in the attack, Munich police chief Hubertus Andrae said in a press conference.

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Germany: Man arrested on suspicion of IS ties released

The 31-year-old Syrian was detained at a refugee center in the western town of Unna on Thursday.

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Germany to send 1,200 troops to fight Islamic State in Syria

The green light for the mission that could become Germany’s biggest deployment abroad comes three weeks after jihadists killed 130 people in a series of attacks in Paris.


HWL 2015: Against Olympic champions, real India turn up

After a listless performance on the opening day, India came from behind to beat Germany in Raipur

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Germany to send up to 650 soldiers to Mali for peacekeeping mission

“We will shortly ask parliament to approve a mandate of up to 650 soldiers,” von der Leyen said after a meeting of the Bundestag lower house of parliament’s defence committee.

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Former West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt dies at 96

“If the euro exists, we owe that to Helmut Schmidt,” said French President Francois Hollande, adding that “it’s a great European whose life has just ended.