27 Janvāris 2023
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German President Steinmeier calls for war crimes tribunal against Putin and Lavrov - Spiegel
A gunman opened fire in central Tel Aviv, police said, in what appears to be the latest in a string of attacks across Israel. First responders reported at least five casualties on Dizengoff Street, according to @haaretzcom, including at least one in serious condition
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Interior Minister Faeser: "Z" is a symbol of support for Russia's war of aggression and can thus be prosecuted as a crime in Germany. I support taking steps whenever the threshold to criminal liability is crossed. The state has a mandate to protect people here
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Der Spiegel: German intelligence has radio recordings of Russian soldiers discussing atrocities against civilians in Bucha
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Germany buys 140 Israeli Heron TP armed drones
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British worker at the UK embassy in Berlin charged with Russian spying offences
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Germany arrests Syrian man accused of war crimes for allegedly torturing captives while a member of ISIS in Syria
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Germany launches massive operation against neo-Nazi groups. Police search dozens of buildings in 11 states, 50 suspects, including active soldier, identified, 4 arrested
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Germany is in confidential discussions with Kyiv about possible security guarantees it could offer Ukraine to ensure its safety after Russia's invasion, Chancellor Olaf Scholz told the Bundestag
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Russian Security Council: Calls to nationalize our companies abroad are like robberies
Statement of German Federal Foreign office regarding Mourrah: We call on Government of Mali to swiftly initiate an independent investigation of these severe accusations. There can be no justification whatsoever for indiscriminate violence against civilians9 mēnesis atpakaļ
Statement of German Federal Foreign office regarding Mourrah: "We call on Government of Mali to swiftly initiate an independent investigation of these severe accusations. There can be no justification whatsoever for indiscriminate violence against civilians"
Wettin sword: 1,000 soldiers cross the Elbe in 350 vehicles – the rapid reaction force is preparing for the challenges of being a NATO battle group ready for action with the exercise9 mēnesis atpakaļ
Wettin sword: 1,000 soldiers cross the Elbe in 350 vehicles – the rapid reaction force is preparing for the challenges of being a NATO battle group ready for action with the exercise
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EU has agreed to completely end energy dependency on Russia, starting with coal and followed by oil and gas: German Foreign Minister
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German Foreign Minister: We should not talk about lifting sanctions on Russia while its forces are still in Ukraine
Berlin expels 40 Russian diplomats. The federal government has a considerable number of members of the Russian embassy declared undesirable persons9 mēnesis atpakaļ
Berlin expels 40 Russian diplomats. The federal government has a "considerable number" of members of the Russian embassy declared undesirable persons
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Germany places Gazprom subsidiary temporarily under state control: minister
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German @Bundeskanzler Olaf Scholz said Western allies would agree on further sanctions on Russia in the coming days over its invasion of Ukraine and the "atrocities" committed by Russian troops in a town near Kyiv
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German food retailers to raise prices by 20-50% on Monday, says German Retail Association
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Annalena Baerbock, Germany's foreign minister, has accused Russia of "war crimes" over dead civilians bound and dead left on the streets of Bucha
German Foreign Minister @ABaerbock: Putin is saying every other day that he's having, as he calls it, peace negotiations but he's bombing Mariupol. You can't say on the one hand that you are having peace negotiations and on the other hand, you are bombing hospitals10 mēnesis atpakaļ
German Foreign Minister @ABaerbock: "Putin is saying every other day that he's having, as he calls it, peace negotiations but he's bombing Mariupol. You can't say on the one hand that you are having peace negotiations and on the other hand, you are bombing hospitals
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Germany: The Air Force will benefit most from a defense spending plan worth 100 billion euros
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German army reserve officer charged with spying for Russia: prosecutors
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Germany will provide an additional 200 million Euro in humanitarian funding for the people in Afghanistan. "But to be clear: our engagement in other fields will depend on the Taliban changing course." - FM @ABaerbock
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Putin tells Scholz gas payments can continue in euros: Berlin
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German government: The Russian president told the German chancellor that he still plans to enact a law requiring gas supplies to be paid in rubles from early April
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Putin told German Chancellor Scholz gas for rubles demand will not mean worse contracts for Europe: Kremlin
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EU officials raided the offices of Gazprom's German units as part of a probe into the Russian gas giant's role in pushing prices up in the continent, sources say
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Against the background of the Russian war against Ukraine, the German government is preparing for a significant deterioration in gas supplies. Federal Minister of Economics Habeck therefore called the early warning level of the gas emergency plan
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[email protected] announces 6 E/A-18 Growlers with 240 support staff deployed to Germany. These aircraft specialize in flying electronic warfare missions including jamming enemy sensors. Stresses the deployment is to support NATO operations, not in Ukraine
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There were several demonstrations in front of the Russian embassy in Berlin-Mitte on Sunday. From the late afternoon, many of the demonstrators followed a live stream of a benefit concert for Ukraine at the Brandenburg Gate
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