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Germany's high court expands gay rightsupdated: Thu Aug 09 2012 06:45:00

Germany's constitutional court has strengthened the rights of gay and lesbian couples, giving them a same tax benefit as heterosexual married couples. Grant Wahl: Uncertain future awaits U.S. women's soccer players after Olympicsupdated: Thu Aug 02 2012 16:59:00

NEWCASTLE, England -- When the U.S. women's soccer team meets New Zealand in the Olympic quarterfinals (Friday, 9:30 a.m. ET, NBCSN), tournament organizers will hand out team sheets to the media that include all the players' names and the clubs they play for.

Olympic torch relay's final legupdated: Thu Jul 26 2012 07:53:00

See a flyover of the Olympic torch relay's concluding leg in London following a 70-day trip from Greece.

Balotelli double sends Italy through to Euro 2012 finalupdated: Fri Jun 29 2012 05:01:00

Mario Balotelli's first-half double saw Italy through to the final of Euro 2012 as they stunned Germany in Warsaw.

Germany fined after soccer fans wear neo-Nazi symbolsupdated: Tue Jun 26 2012 12:56:00

European football's governing body fined Germany's national soccer body ?25,000 ($31,000) Tuesday over what witnesses say was the display of neo-Nazi symbols by German fans at a Euro 2012 match.

Germany can't save Europe on its ownupdated: Thu Jun 21 2012 06:18:00

Once again, a swelling chorus is calling on Germany to finally take action. "Start the engines, Angela," reads the colorful headline of a piece whose authors seem to assume that Chancellor Merkel commands the horsepower to save the euro, save the British and American recoveries, and -- as a throw-in -- save the Obama presidency.

The future of Europe: 3 scenariosupdated: Mon Jun 18 2012 09:15:00

Fifty years ago, a Frenchman and a German -- seared by the devastation of World War II -- forged an enterprise with the less than exciting name of the European Coal and Steel Community. Raphael Honigstein: Three thoughts: Denmark's game plan falls short against Germanyupdated: Sun Jun 17 2012 19:06:00

Here are three thoughts on Germany's 2-1 victory over Denmark in Group B:

Police: 'Forest Boy' story is a hoaxupdated: Fri Jun 15 2012 07:02:00

The tale of the so-called Forest Boy is a lie, police in Germany said on Friday.

Gomez double sees Germany beat Dutchupdated: Thu Jun 14 2012 05:33:00

Germany inflicted a second successive Euro 2012 defeat on the Netherlands when one of football's great rivalries was renewed on Wednesday.

Swiss humble Germany in Euro warm-up game; Spain second-string win updated: Thu Jun 07 2012 15:08:00

Germany's build-up to Euro 2012 suffered a setback Saturday with a 5-3 defeat to Switzerland in Basel. Raphael Honigstein: Euro 2012 Preview: Germanyupdated: Wed Jun 06 2012 16:38:00

Germany is sending the youngest-ever team to the European Championships, and many experts feel that it could be its best-ever, too. Joachim Löw's side is blessed with genuine talent, from the intimidating Manuel Neuer in goal to prolific Mario Gomez up front. All 10 qualification games were won with ease, and last year there were impressive wins against Brazil (3-2) and the Netherlands (3-0) that brought comparisons with the 1972 European champions who are widely considered Germany's most aesthetically pleasing side.

Where in the world ... ?updated: Mon Jun 04 2012 15:01:00

[Updated 3 p.m. Monday, June 4] This massive red sandstone boulder weighs 77,000 pounds and sits in Tiergarten Park in Berlin, Germany.

Could Germany save eurozone by leaving it?updated: Wed May 30 2012 19:50:00

With Greece probably heading for an exit from the euro, the European and global economies may be facing disaster. However, there is still time for European leaders to reverse this destructive dynamic with one simple, outside-the-box solution: Instead of pushing Greece out of the eurozone, Germany should voluntarily withdraw and reissue its beloved deutsche mark.

Judge approves Hollywood arson suspect's mom extraditionupdated: Thu May 24 2012 16:36:00

A federal judge approved the extradition to Germany of the mother of a man suspected of setting dozens of fires in Los Angeles over the New Year holidays, the U.S. Attorney's office said Thursday.

Germany rules out common euro bondsupdated: Wed May 23 2012 01:50:00

Germany refused to share the debt burden of stressed eurozone peers on Tuesday, ignoring two of the most influential international economic bodies which offered support for proposals championed by Paris, Rome and Brussels ahead of a summit.

Childless choice right for someupdated: Tue May 15 2012 12:04:00

Kat Kinsman discusses reaction to her blog post on choosing to not be a mother.

Why are rich nations' birthrates in free fall?updated: Tue May 15 2012 12:04:00

The phenomenon of women choosing not to have children is afflicting the industrialized world in alarming numbers. Childlessness is steadily becoming more widespread, particularly in English-speaking countries but also in Japan and in much of Europe. In 20 years, the number of childless women in many countries has doubled. Raphael Honigstein: Bayern Munich's all-time greatest XIupdated: Tue May 15 2012 10:12:00

In the inner sanctum of the Bayern Munich players' quarters, on a wall next to the communal dining areas, there's a giant black-white picture with photos and red letters. They spell out the clubs unofficial mantra Mia san Mia (We are who we are) and a number of its defining ideals. Full of confidence, loyal, technically brilliant, innovative, effective, focused, attacking, tactically flexible. In between those big words there are snap shots of 11 men who don't need any names or introduction, Bayern's all-star team:

How a German state election affects Europeupdated: Fri May 11 2012 07:15:00

Germany's electoral map has many colors in comparison to the red and blue of America, yet on both sides of the Atlantic, battleground state elections can portend change on the national level.

European voters revolt against austerity, cutsupdated: Tue May 08 2012 04:55:00

Europeans are revolting -- against their leaders and established political parties, against an austerity plan 'made in Germany', and against a future that promises declining living standards and shriveling public services.

How will French election affect Germany?updated: Mon May 07 2012 07:42:00

Angela Merkel's key ally on eurozone austerity measures, Nicolas Sarkozy, is in danger of losing his job.

Where in the world ... ?updated: Mon Apr 09 2012 14:00:00

[Updated 2 p.m. Monday, April 9] Children play soccer next to a run-down building in Muelheim, a city in the industrial Ruhr region of western Germany.

CNNMoney: Stocks: Growth worries dampen enthusiasmupdated: Thu Mar 22 2012 08:40:00

U.S. stocks were headed for a weak open Thursday, as investors were rattled by worries of a global growth slowdown after China and Germany reported soft manufacturing data. Raphael Honigstein: Germany's defense gives Löw cause for concern ahead of Eurosupdated: Fri Mar 02 2012 10:13:00

Was it really "a wonderful defeat," as Süddeutsche Zeitung wrote? The supporters in the Weserstadion had certainly shown little leniency with their team at the final whistle, when the Germany players were jeered and booed on their way into the changing room. "We could have easily conceded three or four, we completely left the back four to their own devices tonight," admitted Bayern Munich midfielder Thomas Müller. Miroslav Klose, too, thought that the performance against the French had been indefensible (pun intended). "Of course the timing of this game in the middle of the season is not great but it's pointless to look for excuses," said the Lazio forward. National manager Joachim "Jogi" Löw went one step further. He professed himself "angry" with the way France had dominated and won the match 2-1. "They were superior in the course of the 90 minutes, also in pure football terms," Löw told ZDF television. "We were shown that there's still much to do defensively before the European

Germany asked to stop castrating sex criminalsupdated: Thu Feb 23 2012 12:43:00

Europe's top human rights watchdog has urged Germany to stop offering sexual offenders the option of surgical castration.

Germany's president resignsupdated: Tue Feb 21 2012 12:32:00

German President Christian Wulff resigns over a political favors scandal. CNN's Charles Hodson reports.

Man gets life term for shooting that killed 2 U.S. airmen in Germanyupdated: Fri Feb 10 2012 12:56:00

A German court has sentenced an Islamic extremist responsible for the deaths of two U.S. airmen at a Frankfurt, Germany, airport to life in prison.

Germany expels four members of Syrian Embassy, cites Syrian arrest of Germansupdated: Thu Feb 09 2012 12:06:00

Germany is expelling four members of the Syrian Embassy, citing the arrest this week of two men suspected of spying on Syrian opposition groups in Germany, Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said in a statement released Thursday.

Germany, Italian heads meet amid crisisupdated: Tue Jan 17 2012 11:50:00

German Chancellor Angela Merkel meets Italian PM Mario Monti as the euro debt crisis threatens to escalate.

Germany's economic recovery stallsupdated: Wed Jan 11 2012 10:42:00

Germany's economic recovery went into reverse at the end of last year but the country still notched up 3 per cent growth in 2011 -- twice as fast as in the US and the rest of the eurozone.

Where in the world ... ?updated: Mon Jan 09 2012 16:00:00

[Updated 4 p.m. Monday, January 9] This is the Friedrichstrasse, one of the main shopping destinations in Berlin, Germany.

Arson suspect wanted in Germanyupdated: Wed Jan 04 2012 21:30:00

Harry Burkhart, arrested in Los Angeles for alleged arson, is also under investigation for arson and fraud in Germany.

Jobless data show twin-speed Europeupdated: Tue Jan 03 2012 21:30:00

The starkly contrasting economic trajectories of countries inside the eurozone were highlighted on Tuesday as Germany reported unemployment at 20-year lows while Spanish jobless figures rose for the fifth consecutive month.

Britain, Germany and France -- Europe's reluctant dance partnersupdated: Sun Dec 11 2011 01:44:00

In Europe, the English have a reputation. They are notorious for prodigious drinking at Mediterranean resorts, a complete inability to master other languages and the habit of recalling World War Two every time England plays Germany at football -- or when it's time to remind the French of their spineless defeatism.

Swedish PM: More reform needed in Europeupdated: Fri Dec 09 2011 06:25:00

Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt discusses the European debt crisis and the effort to save the euro.

CNNMoney: Europe's debt: Pressure's onupdated: Thu Nov 24 2011 12:06:00

Investors kept the pressure on European debt on Thursday as interest rates on government bonds remained at elevated levels, a day after a weak Germany bond auction rattled markets in the United States.

Germany thrash Netherlands in international friendly updated: Tue Nov 22 2011 08:58:00

Germany underlined their impressive credentials ahead of Euro 2012 with a 3-0 thrashing of arch-rivals the Netherlands on Tuesday in Hamburg.

Berlin car burning suspect arrested, police sayupdated: Mon Oct 24 2011 06:57:00

A 27-year old man has been charged with arson attacks on 67 cars in Berlin, police told CNN Monday.

6 foreign car-rental fees to watch for on vacationupdated: Wed Oct 05 2011 10:31:00

Car companies in Europe don't think you'll fight arcane charges in a different language -- or time zone. Here's how to steer clear of the worst ones.

German coalition under fire for talks ahead of crucial voteupdated: Thu Sep 29 2011 15:22:00

Germany's ruling coalition yesterday conceded that it was involved in talks about increasing the firepower of the eurozone's ?440bn rescue fund, even before Thursday's crucial parliamentary vote on changes agreed by governments in July.

Germany approves expansion of European bailout fundupdated: Thu Sep 29 2011 09:29:00

Germany's parliament voted Thursday to increase the powers of Europe's bailout fund, as Greece's debt woes fuel fears of a wider financial crisis.

Germany backs greater powers for Europe's bailout fundupdated: Thu Sep 29 2011 09:02:00

What is happening with the eurozone bailout fund?

Pope: The Church in Germany 'will continue to be a blessing'updated: Sun Sep 25 2011 22:03:00

Pope Benedict XVI said goodbye to his native Germany on Sunday, capping a packed four-day visit in which he met with political and religious leaders in a country that -- like many others in Europe -- has seen growing disenchantment with the Roman Catholic Church.

Pope straddles dividing lines in Germany visitupdated: Sat Sep 24 2011 15:01:00

On the third day of his visit to his native Germany, Pope Benedict XVI made two stops Saturday straddling the lines of history that have divided the country violently -- in past decades into Communist east and democratic west and in past centuries into mostly Protestant north and stalwart Catholic south.

Guards fired at outside area of Pope's Mass in Germanyupdated: Sat Sep 24 2011 07:32:00

Two private security company workers were shot at with an air gun near where Pope Benedict was to hold Mass in Germany on Saturday, police said.

Pope in Germany 'to speak about God,' not politicsupdated: Fri Sep 23 2011 07:29:00

On his first state visit to his homeland, Pope Benedict XVI met Thursday with Germany's prime minister and president and spoke to legislators, but insisted that his purpose was not economic or political, but spiritual. Raphael Honigstein: Rumors of Chandler switch to Germany are unsubstantiatedupdated: Fri Sep 16 2011 16:05:00

In a week that saw USMNT coach Jürgen Klinsmann visit Germany and talk about setting up regional offices throughout the world to seek out U.S. talents, fears have grown that the Germans might poach a player who's been turning out for the Stars & Stripes in recent times: 1. FC Nürnberg's Timothy "Timmy" Chandler.

CNNMoney: Wishing for euro bonds? Fat chance.updated: Fri Sep 16 2011 15:52:00

As Europe's debt crisis continues to intensify, calls for a bond backed by all 17 countries in the eurozone are growing louder.

German bomb plot suspects to remain in custodyupdated: Fri Sep 09 2011 15:19:00

Two men arrested in Berlin on suspicion of plotting a bomb attack must remain in custody, a judge ruled Friday.

Police arrest 2 over possible bomb plot in Germanyupdated: Thu Sep 08 2011 13:03:00

German police arrested two men in Berlin on suspicion of plotting a bomb attack, police said Thursday.

Top 10 Berlin experiencesupdated: Tue Aug 23 2011 08:16:00

Fifty years after the rise of the Berlin Wall, and now 22 years after its post-Wall rebirth, Berlin is a scene-stealing combo of glamour and grit, teeming with top museums and galleries, grand opera and guerrilla clubs, gourmet temples and ethnic snack shacks. Whether your tastes run to posh or punk, you can sate them in Berlin.

More car burnings hit Berlin neighborhoodsupdated: Fri Aug 19 2011 05:16:00

A string of arson attacks has hit the German capital, with vandals burning dozens of cars this week, including an additional 11 overnight, authorities said Friday.

CNNMoney: Berlin's 'poor but sexy' startup hubupdated: Thu Aug 18 2011 11:45:00

On the busy corner of Torstrasse, a street in the center of Berlin's Mitte district, a coffee shop called St. Oberholz serves as a meeting point and co-working space at what's fast becoming Europe's hottest startup hub.

Eurozone crisis tarnishes Germany's 'Iron Lady'updated: Wed Aug 17 2011 09:46:00

For years, Germany has been feted as the strong man of Europe: While those around it battled years of boom-and-bust, Germany, stable and consistent, thrived. Its economy -- and the economic management of its leaders -- was frequently cited as an example to the rest of the world.

CNNMoney: Euro bonds: Magic bullet for debt crisis?updated: Tue Aug 16 2011 15:45:00

Many key European nations share a common currency, but not a common debt load. That has to change. Now.

CNNMoney: Weak GDP and sales slump weigh on stocksupdated: Tue Aug 16 2011 13:36:00

All eyes are looking at Europe today, as German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy meet to coordinate a strategy for coping with the expanding financial crisis.

Germany, Italy win in night of shocksupdated: Wed Aug 10 2011 17:55:00

Germany recorded their first win over Brazil in 18 years in stunning fashion by defeating the five-time world champions 3-2 in Stuttgart.

Is it OK to be on antidepressants for years?updated: Tue Jul 26 2011 12:01:00

Is it dangerous to be on an antidepressant for several years?

Rise of right wing extremism in Europeupdated: Mon Jul 25 2011 12:04:00

Right wing extremists have the potential to carry out as much destruction as groups like al Qaeda, says Matthew Goodwin.

Germany lends Libyan rebels $144 million as fighting ragesupdated: Sun Jul 24 2011 16:50:00

Germany announced Sunday it has agreed to lend 100 million euros ($144 million) to the rebels in Libya for "civilian and humanitarian purposes" despite staying out of NATO's bombing campaign against Libyan government forces.

German E. coli death toll rises furtherupdated: Thu Jun 09 2011 07:56:00

German health authorities confirmed two more deaths due to a virulent bacteria outbreak, they said Thursday, bringing the total number of dead in Europe to 27. All but one were in Germany.

Tons of fresh produce trashed in Germanyupdated: Wed Jun 08 2011 09:15:00

Fruit and vegetable company Werder Frucht has to bring in additional workers these days or risk falling behind. But the workers are not busy selling the company's tomatoes: they are busy throwing red, ripe produce in the trash.

Germany make it seven wins out of seven to close in on Euro 2012 placeupdated: Tue Jun 07 2011 17:35:00

Germany made it seven wins out of seven with a comfortable victory over Azerbaijan to put themselves on the brink of qualification for Euro 2012.

Germany: E. coli initial tests negativeupdated: Tue Jun 07 2011 13:46:00

German officials say initial tests for E. coli at a bean sprout farm are negative. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen reports.

Deadly E. coli outbreak 'limited' to Germany, EU official saysupdated: Tue Jun 07 2011 13:46:00

A deadly bacterial outbreak that has killed at least 23 people in Europe is limited to an area around the German city of Hamburg and does not require Europe-wide controls, a top European Union official said Tuesday.

The economics of E. coliupdated: Tue Jun 07 2011 07:22:00

Spanish produce was initially blamed for the European E. coli outbreak. CNN's Al Goodman reports on that costly mistake.

German government approves plan to go nuclear-freeupdated: Mon Jun 06 2011 05:54:00

Germany's government formally approved a plan Monday to close all the country's nuclear power plants by 2022.

German-grown sprouts named likely culprit in deadly outbreakupdated: Sun Jun 05 2011 15:51:00

Sprouts grown in Germany are the likely source for an E. coli outbreak that has killed 22 people, officials said Sunday.

Spanish farmers suffer, blame Germanyupdated: Sat Jun 04 2011 23:32:00

Finger-pointing over who's to blame for an E. Coli outbreak leaves farmers' struggling. CNN's Al Goodman reports.

Death toll rises from E. coli outbreak in Europeupdated: Sat Jun 04 2011 23:32:00

An outbreak of a virulent strain of E. coli has killed 19 people in Europe and infected more than 2,000 in at least 12 countries, the World Health Organization said on Saturday.

U.S. screens produce from Spain, Germany amid E. coli casesupdated: Fri Jun 03 2011 21:49:00

A virulent strain of E. coli that has killed 18 people in Europe has not affected produce in the United States, according to food safety and health officials who conceded Friday there's much to learn about the organism.

E. coli outbreak appears to spreadupdated: Fri Jun 03 2011 21:49:00

Dr. Jorg Debatin of the Hamburg Medical Centre discusses the ongoing E. coli outbreak in Europe.

E.coli: Is my salad safe?updated: Fri Jun 03 2011 13:10:00

From milk powder tainted with industrial chemicals in China to eggs contaminated with salmonella in the UK, food safety scares are nothing new, but the latest -- a deadly outbreak of E.coli in Germany is different.

How serious is Germany's E. coli outbreak?updated: Thu Jun 02 2011 22:29:00

An outbreak of E. coli in Germany that has killed at least 16 people and left hundreds battling infection in 10 countries raises questions about what risks the infection continues to pose and what fallout it will cause.

Minister: Germany to go nuke free by 2022updated: Wed Jun 01 2011 09:53:00

Germany's ruling coalition has agreed to shut down all of the nation's nuclear power plants by 2022.

Germany to shut all nuclear plantsupdated: Wed Jun 01 2011 09:53:00

CNN's Fred Pleitgen reports on how Germany plans to get out of nuclear energy by 2022.

Deadly E. coli outbreak spreads in Germanyupdated: Tue May 31 2011 11:38:00

The outbreak of E. coli in Germany has killed several more people and sickened hundreds, authorities said Tuesday.

E. coli infections kill 6, sicken hundreds in Germany, officials sayupdated: Tue May 31 2011 07:02:00

An E. coli outbreak linked to some raw vegetables has killed at least six people and sickened hundreds in Germany, national and global health authorities said Monday.

2 alleged Rwandan rebel leaders face war crime charges in Germanyupdated: Wed May 04 2011 09:00:00

Two Rwandan rebel leaders went on trial in Germany on Wednesday on charges of crimes against humanity, war crimes and being members of a foreign terrorist group, a court statement said.

Germany suffer shock defeat at home to Australiaupdated: Tue Mar 29 2011 17:40:00

Australia shocked Germany 2-1 in their friendly international in Moenchengladbach on Tuesday, a result that saw the Socceroos gain some revenge for their 4-0 defeat by the Germans in South Africa 2010. Raphael Honigstein: Top 10 young German prospectsupdated: Thu Mar 24 2011 17:39:00

After signing a contract extension (until 2014) and tentatively solving the "Michael Ballack question" -- the Germany captain will have an unofficial farewell match against Brazil in August -- coach Jogi Löw has few problems left. The biggest one might be finding places for a wave of new, exciting prospects in the squad. Here's a projection of Germany's next top model professionals (under 22 years).

Is trendy East Berlin losing its edge?updated: Fri Feb 25 2011 11:43:00

At its home in a beautiful 19th century building in the center of Berlin, C/O Berlin photography gallery attracts 200,000 visitors a year to see exhibitions from the likes of Annie Leibovitz.

Female soccer star has eyes on the prizeupdated: Fri Feb 25 2011 08:11:00

CNN's Diana Magnay talks to a star of the German female soccer scene.

Bend it like Bajramaj: Shooting star of women's soccerupdated: Fri Feb 25 2011 08:11:00

She is the star of Germany's female soccer scene.

How a 27,000-piece jigsaw puzzle was solvedupdated: Wed Feb 23 2011 09:41:00

A collection of ancient statues destroyed during the British bombing of Berlin in World War II have been painstakingly restored and are being displayed.

Don't bash Germany for its trade surplusupdated: Thu Feb 17 2011 07:29:00

Many politicians today criticize Germany for its large current account surplus, and insist that it be reduced. Germany, goes the argument, profited the most from the euro and should now stand by the troubled countries and give them more loans. Those who so argue show they haven't understood a thing. They blithely overlook the fact that both demands stand in contradiction to each other, because a country's current account surplus is by definition the same as its capital exports. It is impossible to reduce the current account surplus and lend more capital to other countries at the same time. They also ignore the effects wrought by the euro throughout Europe.

Young Britons out of workupdated: Thu Feb 17 2011 01:44:00

Youth unemployment in Britain remains a problem. CNN's Erin McLaughlin reports.

Interactive: Berlin for film festival goersupdated: Thu Feb 10 2011 07:59:00

A sprawling, culturally rich capital city, Berlin has much to offer visitors -- and there will be no shortage of them this month.

Football clubs defy downturn as top-20 rake in record $6 billionupdated: Wed Feb 09 2011 20:29:00

Businesses may still be suffering from the effects of widespread economic downturn, but the world's leading football clubs are earning more than ever according to a new report.

Germany scales back some security measuresupdated: Tue Feb 01 2011 14:40:00

Germany is scaling back increased security measures put in place last November, but the interior minister said Tuesday the move doesn't mean the terrorist threat has completely subsided.

Police: Train collision in Germany kills 10updated: Sun Jan 30 2011 00:27:00

Ten people were killed and 43 were injured, 18 seriously, when two trains collided in eastern Germany late Saturday, a Magdeburg Police spokesman said. Usher Walks Off Stage During Berlin Concertupdated: Fri Jan 14 2011 16:49:00

The performer, who is suffering from an upper respiratory illness, will reschedule his European shows in March

Germany lifts quarantine on 3,000 farms in contaminated egg scandalupdated: Mon Jan 10 2011 10:30:00

Lower Saxony, the state hardest hit by Germany's tainted egg scandal, has lifted a quarantine on 3,000 poultry and hog farms after tests proved negative for increased dioxin levels, officials said Monday.

More than 1,000 German poultry farms shut in tainted egg scandalupdated: Wed Jan 05 2011 18:36:00

Germany is reeling from a scandal in which large numbers of eggs may have been tainted with poisonous industrial residue, leading to the closure of more than 1,000 farms.

Green skiing in Germanyupdated: Mon Dec 20 2010 04:42:00

Fred Pleitgen on how German ski resorts are coping with global warming.

Barcelona trio battling to be named world's best footballerupdated: Mon Dec 06 2010 09:29:00

Barcelona trio Andres Iniesta, Xavi and Lionel Messi have been shortlisted for the 2010 FIFA Ballon d'Or, the award given to the world's best footballer.

Borussia Dortmund charge 10 points clear in Germanyupdated: Sun Dec 05 2010 15:30:00

Borussia Dortmund opened up a massive 10-point lead in the German Bundesliga with a 2-0 win at Nuremberg on Sunday, their 13th win from 15 games.

WikiLeaks: Heated debate in Germany over nuclear weapons on its soilupdated: Wed Dec 01 2010 15:48:00

A proposal to reduce nuclear weapons highlighted the debate within the German government about when and how to get rid of nuclear weapons on its soil, a new WikiLeaks document shows.

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