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Foreigners receiving unemployment benefits reaches 2 million in Germany — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Poor Ange. It’s all going pear shaped. And nobody could have predicted it. Except everyone else did. Remember the Progressive claim that ‘refugees’ swarming into Europe will boost the continent’s workforce?

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Germany may not agree new coalition until next year: Merkel ally — The Crusader Journal

By Andreas Rinke and Paul Carrel BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany may need to wait until next year for a new government as the three blocs trying to form an alliance are so far apart they will need a deeply detailed coalition deal, a senior Bavarian ally of Chancellor Angela Merkel has told Reuters.

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For the first time, Germany's Angela Merkel agrees to cap on asylum seekers

Angela Merkel has agreed for the first time to limit the number of asylum seekers allowed into Germany each year, in a compromise deal that opens the way for coalition negotiations. 260 more words

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Students and experts debate German election results

By Jacob Hartley

No major surprises were seen the night of the recent German elections, according to most pundits and pollsters observing what some call the “re-coronation” of Chancellor Angela Merkel. 768 more words

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After AfD success, German Establishment incites hatred against East Germans

In the recent German elections, the AfD was twice as popular in the east as in the west, with around 20% to 10% of the vote respectively. 383 more words

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It's the law now: Police in Austria are forcing women to remove their burkas

Muslim women in Austria were forced by police to remove their facial coverings Monday as an anti-burka law came into effect.

The so-called “burka ban” prohibits facial coverings, including niqabs and burkas, and also places restrictions on surgical masks, ski masks and clown make-up worn in public. 371 more words

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Germany celebrates 1st same-sex weddings after law change — FOX News

A couple from Berlin has become the first in Germany to celebrate a same-sex wedding, after a new law called “marriage for all” came into force Sunday.

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