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May 15 12:07

'It is NOT peaceful protest' Anyone burning EU flag faces PRISON in Germany - new law

PROTESTORS who set fire to the European Union flag in Germany will face a prison sentence or fine after the Bundestag expanded existing laws.

May 11 05:56

Riot police clash with hundreds of protesters in Berlin chanting 'freedom' in demonstration against coronavirus restrictions as Germany death toll rises by 147 to 7,369

Riot police clashed with hundreds of protesters in Berlin yesterday during a demonstration against coronavirus lockdown in Germany.

Despite the central government easing lockdown on Wednesday, infected cases have begun to rise in Germany again, with some states saying they will not lift measures if the numbers continue to spike.

Overall infections rose by 1,251 cases yesterday with 147 new deaths.

May 04 05:14

Germany: Left-wing extremists assault television crew, some hospitalised

Left-wing extremists assaulted a television crew in Berlin on May Day, resulting in a number of injuries, some severe enough to require hospitalisation.

The attack took place in the Kreuzberg district on Friday evening. A team of seven, including three security guards, from the satirical news programme Heute-Show (Today Show), which airs on Germany’s channel ZDF, had been filming as hundreds of demonstrators marched in the area. The march was held in violation of the ongoing lockdown in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The demonstrators shouted chants against the police and threw smoke bombs as officers attempted to disperse the crowd, according to a report by Die Welt.

May 04 04:47

German Interior Minister Seehofer mulls FIFTH term for Chancellor Merkel as Covid-19 crisis boosts her popularity

The Covid-19 crisis has surprisingly turned out to be a boon for German Chancellor Angela Merkel as she regained public support. Now, Interior Minister Horst Seehofer believes a fifth term in office might not be ruled out.

Successful handling of the novel coronavirus pandemic which has allowed Germany to start the process of gradually easing quarantine rules which have been crippling its economy for quite some time has apparently boosted Merkel’s image among her fellow party members and political allies.

Interior Minister Horst Seehofer, who has had quite a thorny relationship with the chancellor over the last couple of years, has now floated the idea of her staying at the helm for another term. The man, who once said he “cannot work with this woman” anymore and refused to shake hands with her amid the coronavirus scare just a couple of months ago, has now given generous praise to her “strong” leadership during the epidemic.

May 03 07:15

German Chief Prosecutor Greenlights More US Drone Bombings From Ramstein

The federal prosecutor’s office has announced that it will not investigate members of the federal government over the drone attack in Iraq on January 3, 2020. Bundestag deputies Dr. Alexander S. Neu, Dr. Diether Dehm, Heike Hänsel, Andrej Hunko, Zaklin Nastic, Kathrin Vogler, Andreas Wagner, and Hubertus Zdebel filed criminal charges on February 27, 2020:

May 01 06:24

‘Immunity’ with benefits? Germans worried as govt mulls IDs ‘making life easier’ for Covid-19 survivors

Berlin is reportedly considering issuing IDs confirming the bearer is immune to Covid-19 and may have more freedom than the as-yet uninfected. It adds to debate on whether recovery from the virus protects humans from reinfection.
Germany's federal government has passed a bill that would allow for handing out “coronavirus immunity cards” to anyone who has recovered from – and thus developed enough antibodies against – the disease, according to Suddeutsche Zeitung newspaper, citing a copy of the document.

Apr 27 10:13

German exports in freefall as numbers to hit lowest EVER - COVID-19 unleashes 'full fury'

GERMANY'S export industry is in free-fall with forecasters predicting figures to plunge to the lowest rate ever recorded amid the current coronavirus pandemic.

Apr 27 06:08

Germany: Populist AfD calls for aid for local breweries and inns

Germany’s Right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) party is calling for the government to provide aid to the country’s local breweries and inns, many of which are threatened with disaster because of the ongoing lockdown in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown.

Apr 27 06:07

Berlin Police Arrest Over 100 Protesters for Violating COVID-19 Restrictions

More than 100 demonstrators have been arrested in the German capital for violating the coronavirus restrictions, city police said.

"Our assignment at Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz has ended. By blocking the surrounding streets, we were able to prevent a larger build-up on the square. However, many people violated the Covid-19 distance requirement. There were more than 100 arrests," Berlin police said on Saturday.

Earlier in the day, several hundred people gathered in Germany’s capital to protest against coronavirus restrictions. The demonstration lasted for a little over an hour.

Apr 27 02:34

"I Want My Life Back" - German Anti-Lockdown Protests Worsen

More than a thousand anti-quarantine protesters turned out for a rally in the German capital, Berlin, on Saturday, resulting in dozens of arrests. This is a continuation from last weekend as social decay worsens.

Saturday's protest saw mainly leftist activist but also a mix of right-wing folks. Police were armed with riot gear and weapons, posted up around Rosa Luxemburg square.

Protesters handed out flyers entitled "Democratic Resistance," which stated the COVID-19 pandemic is ushering in the surveillance state as the government seizes power by spreading fear.

Police spokesman Thilo Cablitz said the city approved an event where people were to hand out flyers and follow social distancing rules -- but it eventually transformed into a protest that got out of hand.

"During coronavirus times and according to containment regulations, we are obliged to prevent a gathering," Cablitz said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Governments around the world are discovering that there is a finite upper limit to which people can be pushed; many on this planet are already there.

Luckily, in this little household of two, there is no panic or mass frustration, just practicality. We are still practicing social distancing, when going out, but we are both feeling fine.

In the state of Indiana, no church services will be happening until at least the 17th of next month, but I, as are many of my brother and sister Christians, can participate in live-streaming church services, and virtual Bible classes, which is a good thing.

Apr 26 16:27

Merkel crisis: Fury erupts across EU as thousands join anti-lockdown protests in Germany

Angela Merkel is under fire after thousands of Germans turned out for rallies taking place across the country to protest against the Chancellor's lockdown orders. German police arrested dozens in Berlin on Saturday after the protesters there flouted the lockdown measures they were demonstrating against. Both left-wing and right-wing protesters criticised Mrs Merkel's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, with slogans accusing Chancellor Angela Merkel of "banning life".

Apr 26 16:23

Richard Branson's warning AGAINST bailing out UK airline amid Virgin Atlantic row

VIRGIN ATLANTIC founder Sir Richard Branson has called for a £500million Government bailout to save the company - but the billionaire claimed in 2009 that a rival airline should not receive similar treatment.

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[W]hen Virgin Atlantic's rival airline – British Airways – encountered similar turmoil in 2009, Sir Richard said the Government should avoid bailing them out.

At the time, he said the airline was "not worth much anymore" and warned ministers against bailing it out if its finances deteriorated.

He added that ministers "would be better to wait for its demise".

Apr 22 08:15

Furious China blasts Bild newspaper for suggesting Beijing should pay £130billion reparations to Germany for the financial effects of the coronavirus crisis

The German paper calculated an 'invoice' of nearly €150billion (£130billion) in economic damage to Germany because of the crisis.

The Chinese embassy in Berlin responded with an angry letter which accused the paper of 'stirring up nationalism' and prejudice towards China.

Apr 20 05:27

Germany sends China £130billion bill for 'coronavirus damages' – sparks fury in Beijing

GERMANY has rattled China after joining the UK, France and the US in a rare attack, after Berlin called out Beijing's responsibility for the global pandemic and even issued a £130bn invoice.

Apr 18 17:00

Wiesenthal Re-Confirms: 'No Extermination Camps on German Soil'

"Nevertheless, some people still persist in affirming the now-discredited story of gassings at Dachau. It is precisely such ignorance that prompted Wiesenthal's recent statement".

Apr 16 09:34

German lawyer sent to PSYCHIATRIC WARD after mounting serious resistance to ‘unconstitutional’ Covid-19 lockdown

A German medical law specialist who launched a rigorous fight against government-mandated coronavirus lockdown rules was taken to a mental health facility after expressing fears she was being targeted by ‘killers.’
Beate Bahner had repeatedly claimed that measures taken by Berlin to stem the spread of Covid-19 threaten nothing less than the nation’s constitutional order itself. The lawyer, from the German city of Heidelberg, was forced to spend a couple of days in a local psychiatric ward after her encounter with police went terribly wrong.

Apr 15 23:30

“So far, no transmission of the virus in supermarkets, restaurants or hairdressers has been proved.”

RTL Today joined a press conference of virologist Hendrik Streeck on Tuesday and here we provide a recap of his key statements.

Apr 15 09:05

Horror as German zoos admit they will SLAUGHTER beloved animals over lost income

A ZOO in Germany has warned it will be forced to slaughter animals - and even feed some of them to others - in order to survive as it reels from the devastation of the coronavirus pandemic.

Apr 08 06:28

We Catch The German Press Manufacturing The Anti-Russian News.

There we were, reading the transcript of NATO GenSec Stoltenburg’s pre-meeting presser

Then, after he had said what he wanted to say, Stoltenberg took questions via Skype and WhatsApp. Eventually, Teri Schultz from Deutsche Welle asked:

“do Allies have some responsibility in allowing Russia and China to have used that space early, to make these claims about NATO responsibility and effectiveness and the other disinformation that’s being put out right now?”

Apparently disappointed that Jens had not slammed Russia and China yet. No joy. In his reply, at some length, he did not so much as mention Russa! And Jens’ answer left the German press unsatisfied.

Apr 06 16:28

German ministry warns of 'economic collapse' as end of coronavirus lockdown in sight

ANGELA MERKEL's government has today announced an exit strategy for the coronavirus lockdown, however documents have revealed the EU's largest economy could be set to be plunged into deep turmoil.

Apr 03 04:05

Merkel humiliation: How Chancellor 'failed like Theresa May' in horror comparison

ANGELA MERKEL is facing increasing scrutiny from within her own party as some call for her to step down immediately as Chancellor - and one figure from the Christian Democratic Union claims she is making the same mistakes as ex-British Prime Minister Theresa May.

Mar 30 06:23

German state minister kills himself as coronavirus hits economy

Thomas Schaefer, the finance minister of Germany's Hesse state, has committed suicide apparently after becoming "deeply worried" over how to cope with the economic fallout from the coronavirus, state premier Volker Bouffier said on Sunday.

Schaefer, 54, was found dead near a railway track on Saturday. The Wiesbaden prosecution's office said they believe he died by suicide.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The last note in his wikipedia bio ends with the following statement:

He was survived by his wife and two children."

"Suicide" is a polite way to characterize a process of political extermination against people who know, or say, too much, as "l'encouragement pour les autres" (Encouragement for the others) not to do this.

IF a true, forensic autopsy were to be performed, I doubt like hell that "suicide" will be named as the actual cause of his death; and were I a betting person, I would almost be willing to bet that his widow is getting one, huge pile-up of pressure, not to allow this to happen.

Mar 30 04:52

Coronavirus breakthrough: Germany's surprising project to end ALL lockdowns revealed

GERMANY are set to introduce "immunity certificates" to those who have recovered from catching the coronavirus in a bid to end lockdowns across the country.

Mar 29 05:48

German State Finance Minister Found Dead

The body of Thomas Schäfer - finance minister of the German state of Hesse, was found next to high-speed train tracks on Saturday morning in the town of Hochheim, located between Frankfurt and Mainz, according to DW, citing local police.

Mar 23 03:53

Berlin Streets Deserted as Germany Introduces Stricter Measures Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has ramped up measures to combat the coronavirus outbreak effectively banning gatherings of more than two people across Germany unless they are related or live together.

Follow our live feed from the streets of the German capital Berlin amid new tough measures announced on Sunday by Chancellor Merkel as the city is dealing with the spread of the coronavirus.

The chancellor herself is under quarantine after being treated by a doctor who has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

Mar 21 05:48

Bavaria on lockdown: First German state to 'shut down public life almost completely' for 2 weeks in bid to stop Covid-19

Bavaria will introduce tight restrictions on movement for two weeks in the hope of containing the Covid-19 pandemic that has seized Europe, making it the first German state to introduce a lockdown.

The strict measures include the closure of restaurants and bars, and bans large gatherings. People are urged to not leave their homes unless they are going to work, visiting the doctor, or buying groceries and medicine. Limited outdoor activity is still allowed but only alone or with a family member.

Minister Markus Soeder said on Friday that the lockdown, which begins at midnight, was not an "easy" decision to make.

"We're shutting down public life almost completely," he said while announcing the extreme new measures.

Mar 21 05:45

Munich's Marienplatz Deserted Amid Coronavirus Lockdown - Video

Bavaria became the first region in Germany to introduce a lockdown after Minister-President Markus Soeder announced an almost complete shutdown of public life to curb the infection.

People in Bavaria are avoiding avoid mass gatherings at public places, including Marienplatz square in the city of Munich. At the moment, Germany is among the worst-hit countries in the world after China, Italy, and Spain. There are almost 20,000 infected, like in the US or Iran, and the death toll from the coronavirus is at least 68.

In total, over 275,000 people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and the death toll is over 11,400.

Mar 21 05:39

Germany to block foreign takeovers, protect domestic companies – top politicians

Germany will protect domestic firms from foreign takeovers, two leading politicians said on Friday, after company valuations in Europe’s largest economy have been hammered by the coronavirus pandemic. Ministers have already promised liquidity support to businesses, and introduced measures making it easier to reduce working hours rather than lay off workers.

Germany’s blue-chip DAX index, which comprises the country’s 30 largest listed corporations, has plunged by more than a third over the past month. This has increased the risk of foreign companies snapping up rivals at a discount.

“We will avoid a sell-out of German economic and industrial concerns. There cannot be any taboos. Temporary and limited state support as well as participation and takeovers need to be possible,” Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said.

Mar 20 05:39

Germany seizes medical supplies headed to Switzerland as Europe scrounges for resources to fight coronavirus

German customs has reportedly seized face masks and other supplies destined for Switzerland, as European states struggle against the coronavirus pandemic with their limited medical equipment.

Authorities seized high-quality respiratory masks and other protective clothing for doctors and the general population during an inspection of a distribution center in Juechen, North Rhine-Westphalia, the Rheinische Post reported. US-based company 3M was reportedly planning on exporting the medical supplies to Switzerland.

Germany imposed export bans on such goods at the start of March, as part of the country's anti-coronavirus measures.

Mar 20 04:06

Coronavirus: Germany plans to mobilize military reservists

The German military is preparing for a long-term operation inside the country to combat the spread of the coronavirus. Medical personnel have already been deployed, and soldiers may also be used to maintain public order.

Mar 19 04:34

Merkel calls coronavirus 'biggest challenge since WWII'

Germany is facing its biggest challenge "since the Second World War" in the fight against the coronavirus, Chancellor Angela Merkel said Wednesday, in what observers called a "final warning" for citizens to heed sweeping confinement measures.

In a dramatic television appeal, Merkel said everyone played a part in slowing down a pandemic that has raced across the globe and triggered unprecedented peace-time lockdowns.

"The situation is serious. Take it seriously. Not since German reunification, no, not since the Second World War has our country faced a challenge that depends so much on our collective solidarity," she said.

Mar 18 05:16

Merkel's Potential Successor Friedrich Merz Tests Positive for Covid-19

Friedrich Merz is one of the potential candidates to succeed Angela Merkel as the next leader of Germany's Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and could be the country's next Chancellor.

German Chancellor Merkel's potential successor, Friedrich Merz, has confirmed that he has tested positive for the new coronavirus infection.

"The test that was carried out on Sunday is positive. I will be in quarantine at home until the end of next week," Merz told dpa on Tuesday.

Mar 17 06:03

Report about the condition in Germany

Mar 17 05:35

Germany’s Bavaria declares state of emergency, announces €10mn fund to reduce coronavirus impact

The premier of Germany’s southern state of Bavaria declared a state of emergency on Monday, Reuters reported, as the number of new coronavirus cases continues to rise.

Markus Soeder also announced a fund worth up to €10 billion ($11.21 billion) to help the region withstand the coronavirus outbreak.

“The situation is very serious and changing daily, unfortunately not for the better,” the Bavarian leader said. He added that the regional government could buy stakes in struggling companies to prevent insolvencies.

Mar 16 20:58

Why Is Italy a Target?

In "The Conspirators' Hierarchy: the Committee of 300", (1992) John Coleman said the first two targets of the Illuminati are US and Italy: the first because US is the most powerful and richest nation in the World; the second for its long Catholic tradition and its central place in western civilization.

Until the 80's, Italy was the fourth economy in the World. Only US, Japan and Germany were more powerful. Then, Italy had 9 hospital beds per 100.000 people. The North of the country had really the best health care system in the World when I was a child. If this coronavirus epidemic had happened in the 80's, Italy could have the possibility to manage the situation without draconian measures. But now, after the budget limitations imposed by European Union, even if Italy is a net contributor for it (we give Europe Union more money than we receive), we were forced to cut the budget for our national health care system which now is close to collapse.

Mar 16 06:09

Paris Denies Media Reports About Closure of France-Germany Border

Media in Germany reported on Sunday that the country would close its borders with Austria, France, and Switzerland starting Monday morning.

France will not be shutting down the border with Germany amid the coronavirus outbreak, but will ramp up border controls, a French presidency official was quoted by Reuters as saying.

Mar 16 06:07

Germany Closes Borders to Curb Spread of Coronavirus

Live from the German town of Rastatt on the border with France on Monday as the country closes its borders with France, Austria, and Switzerland in a bid to curb the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

Earlier, German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer said that he had ordered the return of controls on the border with five Schengen zone countries.

The controls will return at 8 a.m. (7:00 GMT) on Monday. He stressed the measure was aimed at “disrupting the chain of infections” with the rapidly spreading coronavirus in Europe.

Mar 16 03:45

Germany accuses US President Donald Trump of trying to buy a company working on coronavirus vaccine

German ministers have expressed anger over reports that a German medical company was offered “large sums of money” by US President Donald Trump for exclusive rights to a vaccine for coronavirus.
“Germany is not for sale,” Guardian quoted economy minister Peter Altmaier as saying. A German newspaper reported that USD 1 billion was offered by President Trump to Tubingen-based biopharmaceutical company CureVac to secure the vaccine “only for the United States”.

Mar 15 04:48

Liberal ideology & virtue signaling put before people’s HEALTH, as Macron, Merkel defend open borders amid Covid-19 spread

Dealing with Covid-19, Emmanuel Macron seems to be singing from the same hymn sheet as Angela Merkel, who is also against closing borders, but is this not a case of Western liberal ideology overriding necessity and common sense?

Compare and contrast. In his speech to the nation last night, Macron declared: “This virus has no passport.” He added: “We will undoubtedly take measures to close borders, but only when it is relevant… It is at the European level that we have built our freedoms.”

Mar 13 08:46

Merkel refuses to close border to visitors from Italy after warning 70% of Germany could be infected with coronavirus

Despite warning that up to 70 percent of Germany could become infected with coronavirus, Chancellor Angela Markel said she refused to close the border to visitors from Italy during a joint press conference held with Federal Health Minister Jens Spahn in Berlin.

Serving as Merkel’s first public address on the outbreak, she warned that border closures would not be enough to prevent the spread of the virus, according to a report from Hungarian newspaper Mandiner.

“This is a test for our solidarity, our common sense and care for each other. And I hope we pass the test,” she said. However, she ruled out following Austria’s lead in banning visitors from Italy.

Mar 12 04:38

"Bracing For Impact" – China Shock To Strike Germany's Largest Port In Days, As Trade Volumes Collapse 40%

The worst-case coronavirus scenario is now being realized for German ports, as collapsing trade volumes from China could push Europe’s largest economy into recession.

For the last three weeks, global markets have been obsessed with economic paralysis that is quickly spreading across Asia, Europe, and the Americas. An economic shock combined with a virus outbreak is what triggered a macro matters moment for investors, who sold first and are asking questions later, as it appears a global trade recession could be on the horizon.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The economic shock will go world-wide here, make no mistake about that.

Mar 11 05:14

Coronavirus epidemic: 58 MILLION Germans could be infected by COVID-19, Merkel warns

ANGELA MERKEL issued a chilling warning that as many as 60 to 70 percent of Germans could be infected with the lethal coronavirus.

Mar 07 05:42

German Public: Washington’s New Moves In Europe Unnecessary

The new American-led “Defender of Europe” exercise, which is months long and lasts from February until July, involves over 20,000 American troops – more than those of all its NATO allies put together, and more than at any time in the past quarter-century.

Although United States officials do not say it is designed to counter the mythical Russian threat, the demonstration of US force capability comes after years of piecemeal reinforcements of NATO’s eastern flank following Russia’s reunification with Crimea in March 2014.

It is no coincidence that Germany was chosen as the main site for the exercises. It’s no less remarkable that 20,000 troops, passing through Germany, will be relocated to Poland. It’s well known that Poland is an outpost of the anti-Russian policy of the West and a conductor of US ideas. These teachings are also one of the ways of imposing moral, if not military, pressure, and not so much on Russia as on Europe.

Mar 07 05:32

‘We Have Space’: Germans Protest in Berlin Demanding Open Borders for Migrants

Thousands of protesters marched in Germany calling for open borders and for the European Union to allow thousands of migrants to flow into the bloc from Turkey.

Outside German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s official residence in Berlin, approximately 3,000 protesters gathered on Tuesday evening, with matching protests being held in Hamburg and Potsdam, calling for the EU to “open the border in Greece”.

The protesters chanted “we have space!” and called the 2016 agreement between the EU and Turkey to halt the flow of migration as “toxic”, according to DW.

Mar 07 05:31

Just 20 Per Cent of Germans Confident Merkel Govt Can Handle Coronavirus Outbreak

A poll has claimed that just one in five Germans are confident that Angela Merkel’s government can handle a widespread outbreak of the coronavirus.

The survey, which was conducted by polling firm INSA for German tabloid Bild, showed that close to half (44 per cent) of the German public said they do not trust Merkel’s government to have made all the necessary preparations for an outbreak.

While confidence in the government’s preparedness is higher among men than women, only 23 per cent of men trust in the ability of the government.

Mar 04 06:06

Germany: AfD leader injured in arson attack

AfD leader Tino Chrupalla was injured during an arson attack on his car on Monday night. Enemies of Chrupalla set fire to his Volkswagen Caddy that was parked on his property in Görlitz, a town in eastern Germany not far from the Polish border.

When attempting to put the fire out, the AfD leader – who last November was nominated by Alexander Gauland to replace him as co-chairman – inhaled toxic fumes and had to be treated at the hospital for several hours for smoke poisoning, German weekly newspaper Junge Freiheit reports.

Mar 03 09:48

Erdogan Using Humans as ‘Weapon’ Against EU, Austria’s Kurz Says

Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz accused Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of using migrants who are amassed on the Greek border as a “weapon” against the European Union.

“This rush is not an accident, it’s organized,” Kurz told journalists in Vienna. “Those people are used by Erdogan as a playball, as a weapon, to apply pressure on the European Union.”

The European Union must stand united behind Greece, and protect the borders as well as provide humanitarian help, Kurz said.

Feb 29 05:26

US Military Braces for Base Lockdowns in Germany as Coronavirus Cases Rise

The U.S. military is bracing for coronavirus cases to rise in Germany, potentially putting thousands of troops on lockdown or restricted movement, according to the head of U.S. European Command.

Feb 29 05:18

German MPs sue Merkel govt. for complicity in US assassination of Gen. Soleimani

Eight German lawmakers from the country's Left Party have filed a criminal complaint against German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her government for complicity in US assassination of Iran's General Qassem Soleimani.

The complaint claims that the US Air force's Ramstein base in western Germany, believed to be used to control drones over Africa and the Middle East, was part of the operation that led to the general's assassination.

Feb 28 08:37

USA is pulling nukes out of Turkey

As reported earlier, Air Mobility Command’s C-17A Globemaster III arrived at Incerlik AB, Turkey from Sicily, Italy on February, 20 as part of US-led exercise Defender Europe 2020, Air Mobility Command officials said.

Feb 28 05:39

Eurozone crisis: Merkel faces turmoil as Germany forecast to plunge into deep recession

The coronavirus outbreak has seen financial markets around the world tumbling once again yesterday. The Dow Jones index saw its biggest one-day points loss in history, losing 1191. It’s down 9.7 percent so far this week, which is the worst week since the financial crisis. Mohamed El-Erian, one of the world’s most famous investors and now Chief Economic Adviser for financial services company Allianz, spoke to the BBC’s Today show about the further impact that the crisis could have on world markets, predicting some bad news for Angela Merkel’s German economy.

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