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German Chancellor Angela Merkel holds a joint news conference with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte (
Anti-Israel party complain Merkel aided in Soleimani killing dismissed

The Left Party MPs filed their criminal complaint against Merkel in late February.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel (L)
Netanyahu, Merkel discuss cooperation on coronavirus response

Netanyahu's office described the conversation as "warm and long."

erman Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks during her visit of Herrenknecht AG in Schwanau, Germany, Octo
Merkel: Most people will get the coronavirus, aim is to slow its spread

"When the virus is out there, the population has no immunity and no therapy exists, then 60 to 70% of the population will be infected," she told a news conference in Berlin.

Demonstrators attend an 'al-Quds Day' protest rally in Berlin, Germany, July 11, 2015
Merkel again permits Iranian protest calling for Israel’s destruction

German Jews and politicians urged Berlin authorities to cancel the scheduled May Al Quds Day protest against the existence of Israel, in which Hezbollah and neo-Nazi members routinely take part.

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Germany will ban burning of Israeli and other state flags

In December, 2017, Israel’s Ambassador to Germany Jeremy Issacharoff called for a change of the law in the Federal Republic to prohibit the burning of the Israeli flag.

Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Russia's President Vlad
General Secretary of Merkel’s party calls for Iran sanctions

German politician Paul Ziemiak calls Iran's leadership a "terrorist regime"; his call to sanction the clerical regime stands in sharp contrast to the position of Merkel and her coalition government.

US ambassador hosts Iranian dissidents grateful for Soleimani strike

Envoy says Soleimani was a “cheerleader of the genocide in Syria.”

German Chancellor Angela Merkel holds a joint news conference with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte (
Merkel expresses shame during Auschwitz visit, vows to fight antisemitism

Dressed in black, Merkel said the crimes committed at the site in southern Poland where the Nazis ran their largest death camp would always be part of German history.

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