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Germany Contradicts Russia Over Georgian Murdered in Berlin
In a tense rebuttal, the German government said it was unaware of Russia's several extradition requests.
Expelled Russian Diplomats Linked to Military Intelligence – German Media
Germany says Moscow hasn't sufficiently cooperated with Berlin in its investigation into the murder of a former Chechen rebel.
Germany Expels Two Russians in Dispute Over Killing of Georgian in Berlin
Germany accuses Russia of refusing to cooperate in the investigation of a Chechen's murder in Berlin.
Investigation Names Alleged Killer of Chechen Rebel In Berlin
Germany expelled two Russian diplomats following the report's publication.
Defected Pro-Kremlin Lawmaker Resettles in Germany
“Nobody has to play the same ‘role’ forever, especially under pressure from others,” Robert Schlegel said of his past.
German Role in Developing Soviet Nuclear Program Revealed in Newly Declassified Documents
“Their contributions certainly accelerated the Soviets’ push to become a nuclear weapon state.”
Waste not want not
Russia Is Importing Toxic Nuclear Waste From Germany, Greenpeace Warns
More than 3,000 metric tons of a toxic compound have reportedly been shipped to central Russia in May-October 2019.
Joint Investigation Links Chechen Rebel’s Killing in Berlin to Russia
Bellingcat, The Insider and Der Spiegel said they have “overwhelming evidence” that the suspect acted with the “full support of the Russian state...
Russian Parliament Finds Broadcaster Deutsche Welle Broke Law
The State Duma claims that Deutsche Welle had urged Russians to attend an unauthorized protest this summer.
Germany’s Deutsche Welle Snubs Russian Duma's Foreign Meddling Panel
The outlet’s journalism standards “preclude any interference in the internal affairs of other states,” its management said.
Why Germany Is Ignoring Its Own Russian Spy Scandal
The murder of a Chechen rebel in Berlin looks like a Russian operation, but the Merkel government is not making a public fuss about that.
Kremlin Says Russian State Had Nothing to Do With Chechen's Murder in Germany
German prosecutors are considering whether there was a political motive behind the killing of a veteran of the second Chechen war.
Russian Arrested in Chechen-Georgian’s Reported Assassination in Germany
Human rights observers have compared the killing to the 2010 murder of a Chechen refugee in Austria.
Russia Accuses Deutsche Welle of Urging Russians to Participate in Opposition Protests
Moscow said it would take action against the outlet under domestic law if it made such calls again.
Business is Booming
German Investment in Russia Reaches Its Highest Level in a Decade
German businesses invested more than $3.7 billion in Russia last year.
Western Sanctions Will Remain Until Ukraine's Sovereignty Restored – Merkel
The sanctions related to Crimea can only be lifted if Crimea returns to Ukraine, she said.
Germany Wobbles on Nord Stream Pipeline as Putin Tensions Mount
Nord Stream 2 faces growing skepticism among German officials who had previously defended it against criticism from Trump and some EU allies.
Germany Would Oppose New Nuclear Missiles in Europe, Foreign Minister Says
Russia has said it was planning for a U.S. deployment of new nuclear missiles in Europe following Washington's planned withdrawal from the treaty.
Germany Detects New Cyber Attack by Russian Hacker Group, Media Reports
Russian hackers reportedly targeted the email accounts of German lawmakers, the military and several German embassies.
Russia Must Own Up to Stalin-Hitler Romance (Op-Ed)
An unconditional admission of Stalin’s guilt in carving up eastern Europe with Hitler would be a powerful move on the part of a Russian leader.
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