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    Germany to elect ‘anti-Trump’ Steinmeier as new president
    Feb12

    Germany to elect ‘anti-Trump’ Steinmeier as new president

    Former foreign minister and presidential candidate Frank-Walter Steinmeier, regularly polls as Germany’s most popular politician © dpa/AFP/File / Rainer JensenBERLIN, Feb 12 – Billed as Germany’s “anti-Trump”, the centre-left former foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier is Sunday set to be elected as the new ceremonial head of...

    Germany to elect ‘anti-Trump’ Steinmeier as new president
    Feb12

    Germany to elect ‘anti-Trump’ Steinmeier as new president

    Former foreign minister and presidential candidate Frank-Walter Steinmeier, regularly polls as Germany’s most popular politician © dpa/AFP/File / Rainer JensenBERLIN, Feb 12 – Billed as Germany’s “anti-Trump”, the centre-left former foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier is Sunday set to be elected as the new ceremonial head of...

    Germany to elect ‘anti-Trump’ Steinmeier as new president
    Feb12

    Germany to elect ‘anti-Trump’ Steinmeier as new president

    BERLIN: Billed as Germany’s “anti-Trump”, the centre-left former foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier is Sunday set to be elected as the new ceremonial head of state. The 61-year-old, who regularly polls as Germany’s most popular politician, will represent the EU’s top economy abroad and act as a kind of moral arbiter for...

    Germany to elect ‘anti-Trump’ Steinmeier as new president
    Feb12

    Germany to elect ‘anti-Trump’ Steinmeier as new president

    BERLIN: Billed as Germany’s “anti-Trump”, the centre-left former foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier is Sunday set to be elected as the new ceremonial head of state. The 61-year-old, who regularly polls as Germany’s most popular politician, will represent the EU’s top economy abroad and act as a kind of moral...

    Germany to elect new president; Steinmeier the favorite
    Feb12

    Germany to elect new president; Steinmeier the favorite

    BERLIN (AP) — A German parliamentary assembly will elect the country’s new president on Sunday, and the country’s former foreign minister, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, is the overwhelming favorite to win. The German president has little executive power, but is considered an important moral authority. The new head of state will succeed...

    Germany to elect new president; Steinmeier the favorite
    Feb12

    Germany to elect new president; Steinmeier the favorite

    BERLIN (AP) — A German parliamentary assembly will elect the country’s new president on Sunday, and the country’s former foreign minister, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, is the overwhelming favorite to win. The German president has little executive power, but is considered an important moral authority. The new head of state will succeed...

    My Family’s Secret Refugee Past
    Feb12

    My Family’s Secret Refugee Past

    A descendent of Ukrainian refugees and World War II camp liberators sees in his family’s history an answer to rising anti-immigrant sentiment. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Scorning talk of peace, Ukraine fighters battle on
    Feb12

    Scorning talk of peace, Ukraine fighters battle on

    DONETSK, Ukraine: Rebel fighter Roman smirks when asked about the two-year-old peace deal that was supposed to end what is now a 33-month war between government forces and separatists in Ukraine’s east. The camouflage-clad gunman in Europe’s only armed conflict — the bloodiest since the 1990s Balkans crises — simply warms...

    President Pahor visiting Ukraine as last stop of his tour
    Feb12

    President Pahor visiting Ukraine as last stop of his tour

    President Borut Pahor will be in Ukraine on Sunday in what is his last stop on the tour as part of which he has already visited Germany and Russia. Pahor will meet his Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko. …read more Source:...

    NATO: Russian Propaganda Up Since Crimea Offensive
    Feb12

    NATO: Russian Propaganda Up Since Crimea Offensive

    NATO and EU officials are increasingly worried about Russia’s ability to spread disinformation via TV and internet. …read more Source:...