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Germany launches coronavirus app as EU eyes travel revival

福利网站Germany appealed to the public on Tuesday to download a new smartphone app to help break the chain of coronavirus infections, one of several such apps that European governments hope will revive travel and tourism safely.

Far-right suspect goes on trial for killing German politician

A suspected far-right sympathiser went on trial in Frankfurt on Tuesday for shooting dead a pro-immigration politician last year in a case that raised questions about whether Germany is doing enough to tackle right-wing radicalism.

Investors confident of German economic upturn by September - ZEW

Investors are confident the worst of Germany's sharp economic downturn linked to the coronavirus pandemic will be over by the end of the summer, a survey showed on Tuesday.

Cerberus vows no let up in push for change at Commerzbank

Cerberus will use "alternative paths" to force leadership change at Commerzbank if it continues to resist calls to reform, the activist investor said in a letter to Germany's second-biggest bank seen by Reuters on Tuesday.

Europeans push for Iran rebuke at nuclear watchdog over inspections

Major European powers want to admonish Iran at the U.N. nuclear watchdog over its ongoing refusal to give access to inspectors at sites suspected of activities that may have been part of a nuclear weapons programme, a draft resolution showed.

TUI says holidays for some customers restart, bookings increase

Germany-based travel company TUI said holidays for its German, Belgium, Dutch and Swiss customers had restarted following months of lockdown across Europe, and it had seen a rise in bookings from those countries.

Trump says U.S. to pull some troops from Germany over NATO spending feud

President Donald Trump said on Monday he would cut the number of U.S. troops in Germany to 25,000, faulting the close U.S. ally for failing to meet NATO's defense spending target and accusing it of taking advantage of America on trade.

Coronavirus vaccine maker CureVac plans U.S. listing in July

福利网站German drugmaker CureVac, in which the government is taking a sizeable stake to help fund a COVID-19 vaccine, is planning an initial public offering in the United States next month, a finance ministry document seen by Reuters on Monday showed.

Sun-seeking Germans touch down in Mallorca in cautious tourism revival

Hundreds of sunseekers from Germany landed on the Spanish island of Mallorca on Monday, the first tourists allowed into the country since borders were shut in March to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.

Germany's debt plans create budget deficit of 7.25% this year - sources

German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz will ask parliament to increase new borrowing by a further 62.5 billion euros (£56.1 billion) to a record 218.5 billion this year for measures to boost recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, two people familiar with the plans said on Monday.

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North Korea destroys South Korean liaison office in 'terrific explosion'

North Korea blew up an office set up to foster better ties with South Korea on Tuesday in a "terrific explosion" after threatening action if North Korean defectors went ahead with a campaign to send propaganda leaflets into the North.

India says three soldiers killed in 'violent faceoff' on border with China

Chinese capital and provinces impose travel curbs as coronavirus cases mount