Markets have reacted coolly to a surprisingly strong result from Germany's far-right party, but strategists warn the rising populist trend in Europe remains intact. Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age
The right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) party entered parliament for the first time in its history with 13% of the vote in the German election, according to final results. Angela Merkel’s CDU,.. Source: RT News Channel -
Elections are looming for Europe's power house, Germany.
But things seem to be a bit lackluster. Geopolitical analyst and consultant Rainer Rothfuss says the Germans, generally, don't take political.. Source: RT News Channel -
At the beginning of 2017, Facebook began rolling out its fake news identification tools, starting in Germany.
And now, Facebook has given us an update on its efforts.
David Schraven, managing.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
Sep.28 -- David Folkerts-Landau, chief economist at Deutsche Bank AG, discusses how the German election may impact the whole of Europe. He speaks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "Bloomberg.. Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
Angela Merkel looks set to cruise to victory in this weekend's German election. But what really matters now is which party ends up in third place. Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
Since 1957, there has only been one occasion where Germany has been led by an outright majority and it looks like Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats are on track to share the political.. SBS
Angela Merkel's party convincingly defeated the Social Democratic incumbent in a state vote in northern Germany, in a disastrous result for her SPD challenger. Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age •Brisbane Times