At least 260 workers at the Westfleisch's slaughterhouse in the German city of Coesfeld have tested positive for COVID-19 in recent days, causing alarm at a time when the country is trying to slowly relax the restrictions that were imposed…
By Frank Jordans, Associated Press
In Germany, where thousands have protested remaining restrictions in recent days, health officials say the number of people each confirmed coronavirus patient infects rose above 1 again, reflecting a renewed increase in cases. The number must be below 1 for…
By Frank Jordans, Nomaan Merchant, Associated Press
He's claimed that the United States is on par with Germany in keeping down COVID-19 deaths, which is not the case in mortality reports. He's brushed off projections that deaths in his country will double from earlier forecasts, misrepresenting how…
By Calvin Woodward, Hope Yen, Associated Press
Uncertainty in planning for the coronavirus pandemic has left the globe dotted with dozens of barely used or unused temporary field hospitals. Many makeshift facilities will now be kept on standby for a potential second wave of infections.
By Michael R. Sisak, Associated Press
By Geir Moulson, Associated Press
Germany plans to let smaller shops reopen next week and to start reopening schools in early May, but Europe’s biggest economy is keeping strict social distancing rules in place for now.
By Eric Tucker, Aritz Parra, Joseph Wilson, Associated Press
Governments are struggling with the delicate balance between keeping people safe from a highly contagious disease and making sure they can still make a living or have enough to eat.
By David Rising, Geir Moulson, Associated Press
With the coronavirus outbreak, Merkel is reasserting her traditional strengths and putting her stamp firmly on domestic policy after two years in which her star seemed to be fading, with attention focused on constant bickering in her governing coalition and…
By Associated Press
News agency dpa reported that the party leadership called on the faction, known as "The Wing," to say at a meeting on Saturday that it will dissolve itself by the end of April.
In our news wrap Monday, a man in the German town of Volkmarsen drove his car into a parade, injuring around 30 people, including children. Police say the driver deliberately hit the revelers, some of whom were seriously hurt. Also,…
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