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Europe · Moscow

Putin says Russia will enforce rouble payments for gas from Friday

37% Left coverage: 68 sources
Russian President Vladimir Putin threatens to cut gas exports to countries that do not open a ruble account with a Russian bank starting April 1. Russia holds significant leverage over some European countries because it is the source for a large percentage of their natural gas supplies. Any disruption to gas exports would make Europe's energy crisis much worse.See the Story
Europe · Berlin

German inflation rises more than expected in March

54% Center coverage: 22 sources
German annual inflation surged to 7.6 percent in March, racing well ahead of expectations. Measured for national reporting standards, inflation was up 7.3 percent. Earlier Wednesday, the German government projected inflation to average 6.1 percent this year. Eurozone inflation is scheduled to be released on Friday.See the Story
Europe · Berlin

93-year-old German jailed again for denying Holocaust

53% Center coverage: 15 sources
A Berlin court has sentenced a 93-year-old German woman to 12 months in prison. Ursula Haverbeck has repeatedly asserted that the Auschwitz death camp was just a work camp. In fact, historians say at least 1.1 million Jews were murdered there by the Nazis.See the Story
Europe · Berlin

Germany says companies can buy gas with euros

43% Right coverage: 7 sources
German government says it has received assurances from Russia that European companies won't have to pay for Russian gas supplies in rubles. British PM Boris Johnson says Western nations shouldn't lift sanctions on Russia until all Moscow's troops have left Ukraine. U.N. chief says one-quarter of humanity -- two billion people -- are living in conflict areas today.See the Story
Europe · Berlin

Germany repatriates women, children from Syrian camp

34% Center coverage: 12 sources
Germany says it has brought home 10 women and 27 children from a camp in northeastern Syria. Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said the group was repatriated from the Roj camp. She said some of the mothers were taken into custody immediately after arriving in Germany.See the Story
Europe · Berlin

Germany rejects Putin's roubles for gas demand

40% Center coverage: 10 sources
Russia threatens to turn off its gas taps to Europe, opening up a new front in its war in Ukraine. Putin says EU members will need to set up ruble accounts from Friday to pay for Russian gas. US moves to mitigate rising fuel prices by announcing a release from strategic reserves.See the Story
Europe · Berlin

Berlin weighs up free public transport ticket for summer

Just a few weeks before the €9 ticket is due to be released, the Berlin Senate is mulling a new idea to offer free summer travel for people who sign up to subscriptions.See the Story
Europe · Berlin

EXPLAINED: How I got German citizenship - and how you can too

After Brexit, Brit in Berlin Sarah Magill felt deflated. But she decided to have a go at applying for citizenship. After a lot of hard work and an emotional journey, she got her German passport at the start of this year. Here's her experience and tips.See the Story
Europe · Berlin

Berlin's 750th Birthday Celebration with a Parade of Portable Computers, Perms and Bikinis in East Germany

On 4 July 1987, the German Democratic Republic paraded through the city's streets to celebrate 750 years since Berlin was founded. There were Sony Walkmans, Boney Ms, and mullets in West Germany.See the Story

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