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German Chancellor Angela Merkel vowed to steer Germany through the crisis after exploratory talks on forming a new government broke down. (AFP photo)

Germany in crisis as coalition talks collapse

By Agence France Presse Chancellor Angela Merkel was left battling for political survival Monday after high-stakes talks to form a new government collapsed, plunging Germany…


Timoci Naulusala, a 12-year-old from Fiji, gave a rousing speech on the perils of climate change at the talks in Bonn, later shaking hands with leaders including French President Emmanuel Macron, left, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel. (AFP / MANILA BULLETIN)

World leaders plead for climate action at UN forum

By Agence France-Presse World leaders shared the spotlight with a 12-year-old Pacific islander on Wednesday to drive home a plea for urgent climate action despite…

French President Emmanuel Macron wants German Chancellor Angela Merkel to help him reform the Europe Union (AFP|MANILA BULLETIN)

Macron urges Merkel to fight for EU revival

By Agence France-Presse French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday pleaded his case for ambitious European reforms, appealing to German Chancellor Angela Merkel to join forces…

Ex-Iraqi president and Kurdish leader Jalal Talabani, shown here in 2009, has died in Germany, officials in his party told AFP (AFP|MANILA BULLETIN)

Iraq ex-president and Kurdish leader Talabani dies

By Agence France-Presse Iraq's former president Jalal Talabani, a veteran leader of the struggle for Kurdish self-determination and a unifying elder statesman, died on Tuesday…

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German Unity Day

“Day of German Unity” is the National Day of Germany, which was celebrated yesterday,  October 3, to mark the day in 1990 when the German…