Search
Tuesday 11 December 2018
  • :
  • :

ZongoNews Radio

Kategorie:Daily News / Germany

German Husband kills Ghanaian wife in Hamburg

The largest Ghanaian community in Germany were shocked with the news of 42-year-old Ghanaian woman Juliet Osei, aka Nana. who was allegedly...

Tensions mounted in German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party

BERLIN — Tensions mounted in German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s center-right party on Thursday a day before a vote to decide who...

Germany seeks private funds for climate projects in Africa

Mueller told the RND newspaper network that Germany would “send a strong signal” at the U.N. climate conference in Katowice, Poland...

Million Filed Asylum Requests in Germany Since 2013

BERLIN — Official figures show more than 1.8 million people have applied for asylum in Germany in the past five years. The figures, first...

Head of Volkswagen Reportedly Invited to White House to Discuss Tariffs

BERLIN — The Trump administration has invited the heads of Volkswagen, BMW and Daimler to the White House to discuss U.S. tariffs on...

Merkel ally Weber wins center-right backing for EU’s top job

HELSINKI — Manfred Weber, a reserved Bavarian who has modeled himself on Germany’s pragmatic chancellor, won the backing of Europe’s...

Angela Merkel protégé wants new era in Germany

BERLIN — Pitching to succeed Angela Merkel as Christian Democrat (CDU) leader, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer promised on Wednesday a new...

German Chancellor Merkel Looks to Africa to Cement A Legacy Shaped by Migration

German Chancellor Angela Merkel pledged on Tuesday a new development fund to tackle unemployment in Africa, a problem spurring the mass...

Germany still at odds with France over halting Saudi arms sales

The disagreement led to a rare dispute between the close European allies on Friday, when Macron implied that Berlin was engaging in...

Chancellor Merkel’s Coalition Faces Second Test in Two Weeks

BERLIN — German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s ruling coalition faces its second test in as many weeks Sunday when voters go to the polls...