The nomination of former European Parliament president Martin Schulz sparked a revival in support for the party.
When the Nazi Party won a landslide victory in 1933, they called it a miracle, but everyone else smelled a rat.
A tabloid story was rejected by authorities.
The group, which murdered two Canadians last year, demanded a ransom for his release.
Wenger's side beat Hull 2-0 on Saturday.
Majorities of people in eight countries think immigration from mainly Muslim countries should be stopped.
Fears of foreign or far-right influence in politics are high among Germany's mainstream politicians.
The German Chancellor needs the support of the controversial Law and Justice government.
The cover of the German magazine depicts the president beheading Lady Liberty.
The German chancellor must preserve a deal with Ankara that limits refugee flows into Europe.
Pressed to comment about Trump's attacks on Germany's migrant and trade policies, and the euro, Seibert told a regular government news conference: "We are at the very beginning of the cooperation with a new American government."
German security services remain on high alert following a truck attack on a Berlin Christmas market in December 2016.
A sharp shift in tone toward Germany, casting the euro as fuel for that country's massive trade surplus, has raised concerns that the U.S. president's trade-centric world view may see the euro not as a geopolitical plus, but as another needless bit of multilateralism.
The U.K. has barely resettled 50,000 refugees in the last half century.
The German Chancellor will discuss the situation in east Ukraine.
Merkel reminded Trump on Saturday that the Geneva Conventions require the international community to take in war refugees on humanitarian grounds.
The court convicted the teenager of attempted murder and supporting ISIS.
Police arrested the Austrian suspect, a 17-year-old with Albanian roots, after tip-offs.
The head of the far-right party in Thuringia described the memorial as a "monument of shame" in Dresden.
In an interview with the Handelsblatt newspaper to appear on Tuesday, Gabriel said, "If Trump starts a trade war with Asia and South America, it will open opportunities for us."
Police said the man had links to a second suspect arrested in Vienna.
A speech by Bjoern Hoecke, the AfD's leader in the eastern state of Thuringia, on Tuesday triggered anger across Germany and even caused one member of the radical Left party to report him for incitement to racial hatred.
The president-elect focused on European allies in a round of interviews.