Addressing UN General Assembly for the first time since taking office, President Trump lays into the 'economically depleted rogue state' of Iran; says world ‘cannot abide’ by nuclear agreement if it ‘provides cover’ for Iran to eventually build its nuclear program; threatens to 'totally destroy' N.Korea if necessary.
Reuters 17:52 , 19.09.17
Family of Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg—who saved thousands of Jews in World War II and went missing in KGB prison—sues in Russian court to receive documents pertaining to his fate; court dismisses suit, citing confidentiality pertaining to other persons involved.
Reuters 08:23 , 19.09.17
Polls place far-right AfD party at up to 12 pct. for September 24 elections; party, compared by foreign minister to Nazis, aims to focus on migrants, euro zone, EU; no other parties want to work or sit with AfD in parliament.
Reuters 00:32 , 19.09.17
Ayatollah Khamenei cautions Trump administration, saying Iran will 'respond strongly' to effort to cancel or alter deal; agreement 'benefits security, stability, development in region and world', says President Rouhani; US nevertheless sanctions Iranian persons and companies.
New Agencies 15:59 , 17.09.17
With as many as 6,000 Afghans and hundreds of Pakistanis fighting for Assad, counterterrorism experts worry about blowback from ISIS against the Shiites in both countries and the possibility Iran uses these militias as proxies in future wars.
Associated Press 23:13 , 16.09.17
British police arrests 18-year-old man as it hunts for suspects behind a London commuter train bombing that left 29 people hurt a day earlier; as other dangerous suspects may still be at large, police launches heavily armed search of a home southwest of the capital.
Associated Press 18:21 , 16.09.17
North Korea says it aims to reach 'equilibrium' of military force with the US, which earlier signaled its patience for diplomacy is wearing thin after Pyongyang fired a missile over Japan for the second time in under a month.
Associated Press 09:20 , 16.09.17
Police declare blast at Parsons Green underground station in West London to be a 'terrorist incident'; 29 injured, none in serious or life-threatening condition, after fire engulfs one carriage; explosive device said not to have detonated properly; 'Some people got pushed over and trampled on,' says eyewitness.
Reuters 23:08 , 15.09.17
After assaulting women with hammer, the attacker fled and is still on the loose; the women were treated and are not in any physical danger; incident is being investigated as a terrorist attack.
Ynet & Reuters 19:23 , 15.09.17
Missile lands in Pacific, setting off warning announcements in town of Kamaishi in northern Japan; US's Mattis says launch 'put millions of Japanese into duck and cover'; US general 'assumes' missile test earlier this month by N.Korea was a hydrogen bomb.
Reuters 09:02 , 15.09.17
Despite calling it 'the worst deal ever,' US Pres. Trump extends sanctions relief on Iran, in accordance to the '15 nuclear deal made by his predecessor, Barack Obama; Trump nevertheless announces that Iran is violating 'the spirit' of the deal.
Reuters 23:40 , 14.09.17
With the rising threat of Iran and it's Shi‘ite Muslim proxies in Iraq and Syria, US President Trump weighs a more aggressive strategy to increase the pressure on Tehran to curb its ballistic missile programs and support for militants.
Reuters 12:55 , 12.09.17
Floridians return to shattered homes as the remnants of Hurricane Irma push inland, leaving more than half of the state's residents without power, city streets underwater and killing four more people as it hits Georgia and South Carolina.
Associated Press 08:54 , 12.09.17
While sanctions include ban on import of natural gas, ban on export of textile and ban on work permits for North Korean workers, they do not include tougher measures sought by the US, including ban on all oil imports and freezing of international assets of North and its leader Kim.
Associated Press 07:56 , 12.09.17
About a thousand 9/11 family members, friends, survivors, rescuers and officials gather at ground zero to mark 16 years since September 11th attacks, the deadliest terror attack to take place on American soil; Trump says 'America cannot be intimidated.'
Associated Press 17:57 , 11.09.17
Civil suit filed against Saudi government alleges two Saudi agents prepared for deadly 9/11 attack by boarding flight, examining security protocol, questioning flight crew; suit includes FBI documents claiming Saudi government sent agents on preparatory flight prior to 9/11 attack.
Daniel Bettini 12:11 , 11.09.17
N. Korea promises to 'tame US gangsters' after US calls for tougher UN measures against it; UN Security Council votes on new sanctions Monday; original draft resolution that included ban on oil and gas exports to country, in addition to personal sanctions against N. Korea Leader Kim, was mitigated due to pressure from N. Korea allies China, Russia.
News Agencies 09:54 , 11.09.17
Irma weakens to Category 4 hurricane, as it threatens to reach Florida on Sunday; 5.6 million people have been asked to evacuate state, with Florida Gov. warning civilians that once storm hits, rescue teams will have no way of helping those left stranded.
Ynet & News Agencies 14:10 , 09.09.17
Death count begins after Mexico hit by what authorities say is the strongest earthquake to hit the country since a devastating 1985 tremor that toppled buildings and killed thousands; fears heightened as small tsunami strikes; ‘I had never been anywhere where the earth moved so much,’ says witness.
Associated press 23:26 , 08.09.17
Social media giant turns over info to federal authorities showing 470 fake accounts, probably run from Russia, spent around $100,000 on ads designed to whip up hysteria and division in the US during elections.
Associated Press 11:30 , 07.09.17
Men arrested under the Terrorism Act on suspicion of being members of banned far-right group which is described as 'virulently racist, anti-Semitic and homophobic'; army says men were suspected of 'being concerned in the commission, preparation and instigation’ of terrorism acts.
Associated Press 19:51 , 05.09.17
Pyongyang's UN ambassador says recent hydrogen bomb test is 'a gift package addressed to none other than the US,' adding more will come 'as long as US relies on reckless provocations and futile attempts to put pressure' on his country.
Reuters 15:27 , 05.09.17
Trump gives 'in-principle approval' to Seoul to scrap weight limit on its warheads to help combat Pyongyang's nuclear and missile threat; according to reports in South, the North had appeared to be moving an ICBM towards its west coast on Monday night.
Reuters 10:22 , 05.09.17
'For years, the Jewish communities stood by Israel when it needed their help; now it is our turn to stand by Houston’s Jewish community,' states Diaspora Affairs Minister Naftali Bennett, explaining aid package; Houston's Jewish commiunity includes some 60,000 members.
Associated Press 19:46 , 04.09.17
Seoul's live-fire exercise, which included F-15 fighter jets and land-based 'Hyunmoo' ballistic missiles firing into the Sea of Japan, meant to 'strongly warn' Pyongyang; UN Security Council to hold second emergency meeting about North.
Associated Press 09:10 , 04.09.17
In first reaction to Pyongyang's sixth most powerful nuclear test, US President Trump says the embattled and isolated nation's 'words and actions continue to be very hostile and dangerous to the United States.'
Reuters 15:03 , 03.09.17
Japanese and South Korean meteorological officials say an earthquake detected near the North's test site, which was around 10 times more powerful than previous detonations; recent nuclear test said to be most powerful one yet.
Reuters 09:50 , 03.09.17
Daniel Kaye is accused of using an infected network to attack Lloyds Banking Group and Barclays and attempting to blackmail them; extradited to Britain from Germany after being convicted in Cologne of attack against German telecommunications company.
Reuters, AFP 19:03 , 01.09.17
News website Foreign Policy reports Thursday that US Pres. Trump decided to replace then-US amb. to Jordan Wells back in March, after King Abdullah II asked that she be removed; Trump's predecessor Obama faced similar pressure from Abdullah, but refused to remove Wells; Abdullah reportedly objected to the US-led Iran deal, and saw Wells as an extension of pres. Obama.
Ynet 23:13 , 31.08.17
Order, which includes closure of other buildings, comes one month after Kremlin calls for removing US diplomatic mission in Russia, signalling yet another drop in temperature in relations between the two countries; 'Our reaction will be conveyed,' says Russian FM statement.
Reuters 20:34 , 31.08.17
Two US B-1B supersonic bombers and four F-35 stealth fighter jets join four South Korean F-15 fighters in live-fire exercises at a military field in eastern South Korea that simulated precision strikes against the North's 'core facilities.'
Associated Press 14:11 , 31.08.17
After the provocative ballistic missile test launched over Japan, US retaliates by successfully shooting down a medium-range ballistic missile over Hawaii, after a previous attempt failed; Director of American Missile Defense Agency: US to continue 'staying ahead of threats.'
Associated Press 10:04 , 31.08.17
Two days after the US announces that it has tested an unarmed precise nuclear weapon, Pres. Donald Trump says talking with North Korea is 'not the answer,' raising fears over what might happen should the US fully abandon diplomacy attempts with the isolated dictatorship.
Lior Mor, News Agencies 19:37 , 30.08.17
In a rare and provocative move, Pyongyang tests intermediate-range Hwasong-12 missile over Japan's northern Hokkaido island; Japanese PM Abe calls move 'reckless' and an 'unprecedented, serious and a grave threat' to his country; UN Security Council to meet to discuss the test.
Reuters 08:36 , 29.08.17
Emergency workers, taxis drivers, police and ordinary citizens who helped immediately after the attack on Aug. 17 in the famed Las Ramblas boulevard joined by King Felipe VI and Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy for march rejecting violence.
Associated Press 22:10 , 26.08.17
North Korea fires several short-range missiles into the sea off its east coast early on Saturday, South Korea and the US military say, as the two allies conduct annual joint military drills that the North denounces as preparation for war.
AP 11:33 , 26.08.17
A new report offering a different perspective after recent terror attacks in France, Britain and Spain says that of the 34,676 people killed in attacks last year, 238 were in Western Europe while 19,121 were in North Africa and the Middle East.
AFP 09:52 , 26.08.17
Belgian soldiers reportedly shoot man in downtown Brussels Friday evening after he attacks troops with knife; Belgium's anti-terror crisis center tweets that soldiers 'neutralized' attacker and that 'situation is under control.'
Associated Press 23:48 , 25.08.17
Cohn, US Pres. Trump's chief financial adviser, admits he considered quitting after Trump's defense of neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville, saying there were 'very fine people on both sides'; in the end, Cohn decided that 'as a Jewish American, I will not allow neo-Nazis ranting "Jews will not replace us" to cause this Jew to leave his job.'
Reuters 21:35 , 25.08.17
Call comes just days after US announces decision to withhold almost $300M in aid, citing Cairo's failure to advance human rights and fresh crackdown on anti-government NGOs; ‘Donald Trump affirmed the strength of the friendship between Egypt and the United States and expressed his keenness on continuing to develop the relationship and overcome any obstacles that might affect it,' says Egyptian president’s office.
Reuters 08:55 , 25.08.17
US Pres. Trump's advisor and son-in-law, Kushner, meets with Egyptian Pres. el-Sisi and Foreign Minister Shoukry's, hours after Trump's administration cuts and delays hundreds of millions of dollars in aid to Cairo over human rights concerns.
Associated Press 20:25 , 23.08.17
After Poland initially excludes Russia from Holocaust memorial project taking shape at Sobibor Nazi extermination camp, PM Netanyahu tells Russian Pres. Putin on Wednesday that Israel will make sure Russia allowed to take part in the project; 'We, and I personally, will never forget the historic role that Russia and the Soviet army played in defeating Nazism,' Netanyahu tells Putin.
Gahl Becker 18:32 , 23.08.17
Foreign Ministry issues statement expressing dismay over US announcement to withhold millions of dollars in aid following concerns over Egypt’s continued infringement on human rights; ‘Egypt sees this measure as reflecting poor judgment of the strategic relationship that ties the two countries,’ statement reads.
Reuters 13:03 , 23.08.17
Decision comes after Egypt fails to make progress on respecting human rights and democratic norms, according to sources familiar with the matter; 'We remain concerned about Egypt's lack of progress in key areas,' says source, including on new NGO law making it harder for charities to operate.
Reuters 11:32 , 23.08.17
Largely peaceful protests outside Trump rally turn chaotic after police fire pepper spray at crowds, saying rocks and bottles were thrown at officers; police keep anti-Trump demonstrators and Trump supporters apart as minor scuffles and shouting matches erupt.
Associated Press 08:50 , 23.08.17
Independent experts panel says 2 member states interdicted shipments bound for Syria's chemical weapons agency believed to be part of contract with North Korea's key arms dealer; cooperation on Scud missiles and surface-to-air missiles air defense systems also under investigation.
Reuters 12:30 , 22.08.17
US president goes against election pledges, promises to step up military campaign against Taliban without offering much in the way of specifics: 'We are not nation-building again. We are killing terrorists,' he stresses; also singles out Pakistan for harboring militants.
Reuters 08:17 , 22.08.17
US Pres.Trump likely to announce modest increase in US troop numbers in Afghanistan, in what is America's longest military conflict; with Taliban insurgent forces no nearer to defeat, the most likely outcome is that Trump will agree to sending more US forces as recommended by his senior advisers, a senior administration official said.
Reuters 23:53 , 21.08.17
Spanish police reports that Younes Abouyaaqoub, who is believed to have been the driver in Thursday's vehicular terror attack in Barcelona, has been killed while wearing a fake belt of explosives; in addition to killing 13 people in Thursday's vehicular attack, Abouyaaqoub is believed to have stabbed a man to death after hijacking his vehicle during his escape.
Ynet and News Agencies 21:00 , 21.08.17
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In a once-in-a-century event, moon blocks out sun's rays from view above US; celestial show expected to be most observed and photographed eclipse in history, with millions staking out prime viewing spots and settling into lawn chairs to watch; 'It makes you feel insignificant, like you're just a speck in the whole scheme of things,' says one hopeful spectator.
Associated Press 20:42 , 21.08.17
Political and religious leaders in Uruguay are contemplating what should be done with 800-pound bronze Nazi eagle statue recovered off its coast in 2006; some propose selling it to raise funds for the military, while others suggest putting it on display for its historical importance.
Associated Press 19:42 , 21.08.17
Police in Marseille urge residents to avoid parts of Old Port area after a woman was killed and another person injured at one of two bus stops in different areas of the city into which a driver rammed his vehicle; man known to police, suffered psychological issues.
Reuters 13:06 , 21.08.17
European police join widespread manhunt for 22-year-old Younes Abouyaaqoub from Morocco, who is believed to be the terrorist responsible for ramming van into crowd of Spanish pedestrians last week; ‘This person is no longer just being sought in Catalonia but in all European countries, this is an effort by European police,' says Spanish official.
Reuters 12:12 , 21.08.17
In second accident involving ship from Navy's 7th Fleet in the Pacific in two months, 5 sailors said hurt in collision between USS John S. McCain and oil and chemical tanker east of Singapore; President Trump tweets 'thoughts and prayers' with sailors.
Associated Press 09:50 , 21.08.17
Thousands of counterprotesters march through downtown Boston on Saturday, chanting anti-Nazi slogans and waving signs condemning white nationalism as conservative activists cut short a rally one week after a Virginia demonstration turned deadly.
Associated Press 08:38 , 20.08.17
After Spanish security forces raid terrorists' headquarters, an abandoned plan of theirs is discovered; namely, to use a highly combustible explosive named 'Mother of Satan' to blow up Barcelona's Sagrada Familia church; manhunt after Barcelona attack driver continues.
Yoav Zitun and Associated Press 21:47 , 19.08.17
Left-wing groups and Berlin residents prevent more than 500 far-right extremists from marching Saturday to Berlin prison where high-ranking Nazi official Rudolf Hess died; neo-Nazis, who had come from all over Germany and neighboring European countries, returned to Spandau's main station for speeches amid protestors jeering and chanting 'Nazis go home!'
Associated Press 20:28 , 19.08.17
Terror attacks roundup: ISIS claims responsibility for Friday's vehicular attack in Cambrils, Spain; ISIS also claims Saturday's stabbing attack in Siberia, though Russian authorities remain skeptical; Finnish authorities, meanwhile, say Saturday's stabbing likely act of terror.
Ynet and News Agencies 19:02 , 19.08.17
Boston gives permit to what organizers call a 'free speech rally' that critics, including the city's mayor, fear is actually a white nationalist rally similar to the one that sparked violence in Charlottesville, Virginia last weekend; city's mayor and chief of police reiterate that a zero-tolerance policy on violence and weapons will be strictly enforced during the event.
Associated Press 13:15 , 19.08.17
Far-right extremists in Germany are given permission to hold a rally commemorating the death of Adolf Hitler's deputy Rudolf Hess as per their right to free speech, albeit under restrictions to prevent incitement.
Associated Press 10:51 , 19.08.17
Riot police restrains 20 – 30 far-right protesters from reaching hundreds of counterprotesters at the start of Barcelona promenade attacked on Thursday; far-right group holds signs saying, 'Stop Islamization of Europe,' while counterprotesters shout 'Barcelona, anti-fascist'; Spanish media reports man killed by police was driver in Barcelona attack.
Associated Press 23:12 , 18.08.17
Police warn people to stay away from Turku, as security is reinforced in capital of Helsinki and in train stations; Police says suspect is in custody and being treated in a hospital after officers shot him in the thigh; attacker can be heard yelling 'Allahu Akbar' on footage of attack.
Reuters 21:33 , 18.08.17
Alt-right affiliated WH advisor Bannon has reportedly left his position, though statements vary on whether he was fired by Pres. Trump or resigned on his own; Democrats were outraged by Bannon's appointment following Trump's upset presidential win, calling Bannon a promoter of anti-Semitism, racism and misogyny who is backed by the Ku Klux Klan.
Ynetnews and Reuters 20:41 , 18.08.17
1 man dead, 1 injured after stabbing in western Germany; it is yet unclear if incident is terror-linkedA stabbing event, this time in the German city of Düsseldorf, takes place on Friday, with one person dead and another injured; circumstances surrounding the stabbing are still unclear, with local public broadcaster WDR reporting a verbal altercation preceded the incident.
Associated Press 20:00 , 18.08.17
A roundup of attacks in Spain: security video overlooking La Rambla Avenue records vehicle's ramming into crowd and people fleeing; so far, 13 have died in Barcelona attack, in addition to about 130 injured from some 34 countries; 1 dead in vehicular attack in Cambrils; previous gas explosion in Alcanar also linked to attacks; all together, victims presently come to 14.
Ynet & Associated Press 19:33 , 18.08.17
Just hours after a terrorist slammed a van into a crowd of pedestrians in a central street in Barcelona, killing at least 13 and wounding at least 130, police kill five attackers in Cambrils to thwart a separate attack using dud explosive belts; hunt for driver continues; one victim of second attack pronounced dead by Friday afternoon.
Reuters 13:34 , 18.08.17
13 people were killed and at least 100 left wounded in a terror attack after a van slammed into dozens of people in the city's historic Las Ramblas district; one suspected terrorist killed in shootout with police, another two arrested.
Associated Press 08:36 , 18.08.17
Museum which preserves site of former Nazi death camp uploaded picture on Twitter reminding readers of the 'hardest lessons' of Nazi reign: 'Perpetrators were people. They accepted an ideology that rationalized and promoted hatred & evil.'
Associated Press 23:36 , 17.08.17
US president says accusations he said there is 'moral equivalency between the KKK, neo-Nazis & white supremacists' and those protesting against them are 'a disgusting lie'; Netanyahu under pressure to speak out against Trump's response to the violence and anti-Semitism in Charlottesville.
Associated Press 14:13 , 17.08.17
Former presidents George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush say in joint statement that 'America must always reject racial bigotry, anti-Semitism and hatred in all forms'; comments come a day after Pres. Donald Trump says counterprotesters shared the blame with the white nationalists for the violence that erupted last weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Associated Press 22:11 , 16.08.17
President Donald Trump insists again that both left- and right-wing extremists became violent during the weekend rally by white nationalists in Virginia, a day after bowing to pressure to explicitly condemn the Ku Klux Klan, neo-Nazi and white supremacist groups.
Associated Press 08:57 , 16.08.17
North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un holds off on his plan to launch missiles on the US territory of Guam, as South Korea's President Moon Jae-in says there will be no military action upon the Korean peninsula without their consent and that they will prevent war by all means.
Reuters 09:34 , 15.08.17
According to his former teacher, Fields was an 'average' student with a keen interest in military history, Hitler, and Nazi Germany; 'Once you talked to James for a while, you would start to see that sympathy towards Nazism, that idolization of Hitler, that belief in white supremacy. It would start to creep out.'
Associated Press 15:26 , 14.08.17
Edu. min. tweets photo of the Nazi party flags flown in deadly white nationalist march, writing that US administration must come out against such acts; despite clear condemnations from other Republican leaders, US Pres. Trump has been criticized for refusing to refer to Nazis or white nationalists by name, presumably since many of his supporters identify with said groups.
Ynet 12:48 , 14.08.17
Commenting on violent clashes between far-right activists and counter protesters, which left 1 dead and 26 hospitalized, US president blames 'many sides' for their outbreak, insisting 'hatred and bigotry' across the country had taken root long before his presidency; says ‘hate and the division must stop, and must stop right now'; urges Americans to ‘come together.'
Associated Press 09:21 , 13.08.17
One dead and at least 26 others injured after car careened into the line of several hundred people in Charlottesville; driver arrested; incident happens 2 hours after violent clashes between white nationalists rallying against plans to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee, and others protesting the racism.
Associated Press 23:47 , 12.08.17
Warned to seek out in advance windowless shelters with concrete 'dense enough to absorb radiation,' residents of the tiny US Pacific island seem resigned to the belief that their fate is out of their control; 'The military says they'll be ready, so we're banking on them,' says Marlene, 37, an accountant.
Reuters 18:53 , 12.08.17
While the leaders of the US and North Korea are making heated proclamations against each other, the US and Korean administrations use back channel diplomacy between the long-time foes in an attempt to resolve the issues of Americans imprisoned in the communist country and deteriorating relations between the two.
Associated Press 09:12 , 12.08.17
US Pres. Trump tweets US ready with all-out attack 'should North Korea act unwisely,' urges N. Korean Leader Kim Jon Un to 'find another path'; 'I think escalating the rhetoric is the wrong answer,' says German Chancellor Merkel, while Russian Foreign Min. Lavrov estimates military conflict 'very high.'
Associated Press 21:43 , 11.08.17
Days after President Trump threatens use of force like the 'world has never seen' against N.Korea, Kim Jong Un's regime announces plans to fire ballistic missiles at Guam, a major military hub and home to US bombers.
Associated Press 11:36 , 10.08.17
After man smashes his BMW into a crowd of French soldiers in a Paris suburb, leaving 6 wounded before speeding away, police make arrest; 'I'll never forget that scream—a scream of pain and distress,' recalls one witness.
Associated Press 16:10 , 09.08.17
Local mayor says attack in which a BMW plowed into a crowd of soldiers in French capital was a 'deliberate' and 'odious act of aggression'; police launch manhunt for driver who fled the scene after wounding six.
AP and Reuters 11:02 , 09.08.17
Comments come after Pyongyang said it’s ready to give Washington a 'severe lesson' with its strategic nuclear force in response to any US military action; after threats, Trump warns response will be 'like the world has never seen.'
Reuters 23:41 , 08.08.17
After taking the oath of office for the second time, the Iranian president says in message to Trump: 'Those who want to tear up the nuclear deal should know that they will be ripping up their own political life.'
Reuters 18:29 , 05.08.17
Car bomb slams into NATO convoy near Kandahar, killing 2 American soldiers and wounding 4; Gen. Nicholson, cmdr. of American forces in Afghanistan, under fire for initially withholding information from public as part of new policy.
Associated Press 10:38 , 03.08.17
Despite campaign calls for better relations with Moscow, Trump reluctantly signs into law sanctions against Russia, while slamming legislation for 'clearly unconstitutional' elements; Trump advocates for 'tough measures' against Russian destabilization in Mid. East, but says news law 'significantly flawed.'
Reuters 19:47 , 02.08.17
A spat between the Foreign Ministry and the Ministry of Finance may lead to youth delegations ceasing trips to death camps in Poland, as Foreign Min. employees demanding higher pay threaten to stop issuing of diplomatic passports to security guards who travel with students.
Itamar Eichner 17:45 , 02.08.17
Tehran officials blame US of contravening 2015 treaty in levying sanctions against the Islamic republic; sanctions imposed on six Iranian firms in late July for their role in the development of a ballistic missile program.
Reuters 20:12 , 01.08.17
Hours after President Trump's UN envoy Nikki Haley says Washington is 'done talking about North Korea,' Japanese PM speaks to president, agrees more action needs to be taken on the rogue state; Haley tells China to decide whether it's willing to back further UN sanctions on N.Korea.
Reuters 09:31 , 31.07.17
Hamburg Mayor Scholz says attacker was asylum seeker known to German security forces; German elections set for Sept. 24, with Chancellor Merkel likely to win 4th term despite tensions about her decision in '15 to open the door to over one million migrants.
Reuters 14:29 , 29.07.17