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Latest German Government Items
A medieval treasure trove at the center of a long-running ownership dispute should stay with a Berlin museum and not be given to the heirs of Nazi-era Jewish art dealers, a panel set up by the German government said Thursday.
The German government has put on hold a company's deal to deliver a field exercise simulator to the Russian military.
An attorney for a German couple who lost their bid for U.S. asylum in order to home-school their seven children says deportation proceedings against the family have been deferred indefinitely.
The German government wants to broaden its military engagement in international missions abroad.
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Less than a month before Germans head to the polls, Chancellor Angela Merkel remains the country's most popular politician and her conservative Christian Democratic Union holds a significant lead among voters in a campaign that could set the tone for the next decade of the eurozone and trans-Atlantic relations.
The Romeike family came to America from Germany in 2010 seeking political asylum from a German government that has become increasingly hostile to families desiring to prevent the secular indoctrination of their children by public schools.
The German government has shown unmitigated gall in joining the European Union campaign to label Israeli-made goods as Jewish (Commentary, "A label for the Jews, again," June 20).
The German government sought to reassure Jewish and Muslim parents Friday that they will continue to be able to circumcise their sons according to religious tradition, despite a local court's ruling that the practice amounts to bodily harm.