Germany orders recall of 22,000 Porsches over emissions cheating
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Germany orders recall of 22,000 Porsches over emissions cheating

Transport Minister Alexander Dobrindt told reporters that “illegal” software disguising the true level of polluting…

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German carmakers face class action lawsuits in US over price-fixing
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German carmakers face class action lawsuits in US over price-fixing

The suits filed almost simultaneously in US and Canadian courts come as European authorities investigate…

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How to convince German employers you are up to the job, even without the language
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How to convince German employers you are up to the job, even without the language

“An Indian friend of mine worked in the US for several years and then came…

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Constitutional Court rules deportation of suspected terrorists is legal
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Constitutional Court rules deportation of suspected terrorists is legal

The case was brought by an Algerian man, who first came to Germany in 2003,…

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500-year-old town hall burns down in small Bavarian town
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500-year-old town hall burns down in small Bavarian town

The blaze left the 500-year-old building in west Bavaria largely gutted, after flames were first…

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Woman fired for eating co-worker’s chocolate bar wins back job
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Woman fired for eating co-worker’s chocolate bar wins back job

The woman, Juliane L., had been employed as a care worker at a facility for…

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Movie releases reflect growing German ambivalence towards refugees
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Movie releases reflect growing German ambivalence towards refugees

The biggest grossing German movie last year was a fizzy feel-good summer comedy about the…

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Turkey reassures German execs after placing firms on ‘terror list’
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Turkey reassures German execs after placing firms on ‘terror list’

Yildirim held the breakfast meeting in Ankara with the executives, telling them they were valued…

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Volkswagen to refit 1 million more cars in Germany after dieselgate scandal
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Volkswagen to refit 1 million more cars in Germany after dieselgate scandal

At an industry-government summit on August 2nd, Volkswagen “will offer to refit four million vehicles and…

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German court rules bosses can’t use keyboard-tracking software to spy on workers
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German court rules bosses can’t use keyboard-tracking software to spy on workers

The Federal Labour Court ruled on Thursday that evidence collected by a company through keystroke-tracking…

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