Merkel 'firmly' rejects reversing refugee policy after attacks
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday "firmly" rejected calls to reverse her welcoming stance toward refugees following a series of brutal attacks in the country.
Merkel faces hot summer with wave of attacks
A rash of attacks in Germany has emboldened political rivals of Chancellor Angela Merkel, who blamed her liberal asylum policy Tuesday for exposing the country to a shocking week of bloodshed.
'Lone' Munich shooter kills nine in mall rampage
The gunman who went on a deadly rampage at a busy Munich shopping centre before committing suicide was a German-Iranian teenager who probably acted alone, police said Saturday.
Merkel accepts Britain's decision to delay triggering Brexit
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Wednesday it was in the interests of all that Britain had a "well-defined position" before beginning talks to leave the European Union.
Merkel urges Erdogan to deal with coup plotters lawfully
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday condemned "in the strongest terms" the failed coup in Turkey, but called on President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to deal with the plotters lawfully.
Global goals 5
The greatest good you can do to others is not just to show your riches, but to reveal to them their own and it is savage madness to think you can increase your stature by making others feel smaller.
Women holding power worldwide
The UK will have its second woman prime minister after premier David Cameron said Interior Minister Theresa May would succeed him on Wednesday.
Merkel's popularity up after refugees dented her appeal
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's popularity has rebounded after the British vote to leave the EU, an opinion poll showed Saturday, reversing a fall in her appeal caused by the refugee crisis.