The strike involves an estimated 2,500 people, the Verdi union said, and is set to last until Saturday, affecting six Amazon distribution facilities across the country.
The words "You damn children and old people murderers" were seen written on the side of the car, which was surrounded by emergency service workers.
A German official told Newsweek that the decision to pull 12,000 troops and relocate a military headquarters would be extremely costly "so, a reversal of the decision would first and foremost be seen as something that simply makes sense."
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Spain, France, the U.K., Italy and Germany are seeing a record-breaking number of coronavirus infections as a second wave of the pandemic ripples through Europe.
Detectives say man abused children over a 14-year period as they open 122 investigations.
Several major European cities, including London, Rome, Paris and Madrid, have reimposed restrictions in recent weeks.
Research into the attacks, which took place in the Baltic Sea over three months in 2016, is still ongoing.
Negotiations have resulted in further support payments to Holocaust survivors across the globe amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Alternative for Germany party also called for an increase in Berlin's military spending. In Washington, Republican and Democratic representatives united in criticism of the move.
A leading member of the AfD party was stripped of his official titles after he was recorded on tape suggesting the killing of migrants.
A virologist in Berlin said he does not think Germany is prepared for the next few months with the novel virus.
A cyberattack that locked down computers sparked mass disruption at a German university hospital this month. Now, investigators claim to have found a link to Russia.
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A total of 29 officers have been removed from their positions for swapping extremist messages on WhatsApp groups.
In an Instagram post, the Russian opposition leader shared that he was able to breathe on his own. His press secretary said he'd return to Russia.
A 26-year-old U.S. citizen was recently accused of sparking a wave of new coronavirus infections in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, a ski town in Bavaria, Germany.
Russia's Bezymianny volcano has been growing again after collapsing over 60 years ago.
Heiko Maas said Trump was attempting "to sow doubt on the validity of the election with the later aim, probably, of not accepting defeat."
The students who attended the trip in Germany and others with whom they've been in contact have been quarantined.
The Russian opposition figure is being treated at Berlin's Charite hospital where he has been transferred from the Siberian city of Omsk.
European diplomat Helga Maria Schmid said signatories aim to "ensure full implementation of the agreement despite current challenges."
Merkel said Germany can afford all of the EU's coronavirus relief measures, but other countries should be prioritized over Gemany.
The 'King of Bratwurst' has long helped promote the German regional specialty. Now he has official help.
Authorities in Berlin are investigating religious extremism as a possible motive for the series of crashes on the capital's highway which left six people injured.
"The limits of the Trump administration's highly unilateral and aggressive foreign policy are being exposed," an opinion column argued.
The latest rallies join a string of anti-mask and anti-lockdown protests reported this month in Europe, including in the U.K. and Germany.
"People in the U.K. have seen the impacts of privatization and want it back into the hands of the public," Senator Bernie Sanders told Newsweek.