The Latest: Merkel calls Berlin election result 'bitter' - Fox News

BERLIN – The Latest on Berlin state election (all times local):. ADVERTISEMENT. 1:50 p.m.. German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she takes responsibility for her party's poor showing in Berlin state elections on the weekend. Speaking Monday alongside ...

Defeat for Angela Merkel as far-right sees big gains - WMUR Manchester

(CNN) —Germany's two largest parties were facing up to losses in the nation's capital Monday after large numbers of Berliners turned to the far-right. Escaping war-torn Syria by wheelchair. Leaving their devastated homeland behind, Alan Mohammad and ...

Merkel's party suffers rout in Berlin in migrant policy backlash - Reuters

BERLIN German Chancellor Angela Merkel's CDU party suffered its second electoral blow in two weeks on Sunday, slumping to its lowest level since 1990 in a Berlin state vote that rejected her open-door refugee policy. Voters turned to the anti-immigrant ...

Car of Germany's anti-immigrant AfD party leader set ablaze - Reuters

Frauke Petry, chairwoman of the anti-immigration party Alternative for Germany (AfD) attends a pre-election meeting in Berlin, Germany, September 16, 2016. REUTERS/Axel Schmidt. BERLIN Unidentified attackers set fire to the car of Frauke Petry, the ...

Three-way coalition likely in Berlin after state elections - CP24 Toronto's Breaking News

BERLIN -- A three-way coalition of Social Democrats, the Green Party and the Left Party seems likely in Berlin, after Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative party endured a set-back in state elections in the German capital, official results showed Monday.

Merkel Faces Setback in Berlin Vote Due to Migrant Fears - Newsweek ME

German Chancellor and chairwoman of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) Angela Merkel (R) and Berlin's interior minister Frank Henkel, top candidate of the CDU attend election campaign rally for local city elections in Berlin, Germany, September 14, ...

Merkel's party faces losses in state vote in German capital - Tri-City Herald

Voters in the German state of Berlin are casting ballots in a state election predicted to result in a fresh setback for Chancellor Angela Merkel's party. The Associated Press. LinkedIn · Google+ · Pinterest · Reddit; Print; Order Reprint of this Story ...

Germany Needs to Employ Refugees Faster: Merkel - The Wire

German Chancellor and chairwoman of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) Angela Merkel addresses supporters during an election campaign rally for local city elections in Berlin, Germany, September 14, 2016. The words read “Strong Berlin”. Credit: ...

Merkel drops 'we can do it' rallying cry on migrants - The Local.de

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Saturday she would no longer use "we can do it" as her rallying cry to welcome and integrate migrants in the belief it has become a mere slogan. AfD's Petry bashes 'Mutti Merkel' over childlessness (15 Sep 16) ...

Schaeuble tries to defuse German conservatives' migration row - Reuters

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble speaks at a meeting at the lower house of parliament Bundestag on 2017 budget in Berlin, Germany, September 6, 2016. REUTERS/Stefanie Loos. By Paul Carrel and Michael Nienaber | BERLIN. BERLIN ...

The Latest: Social Democrats strongest in Berlin elections - Idaho Statesman

Exit polls show the Social Democrats and Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Party emerged from Berlin state elections as the strongest two parties, but lost enough support they won't be able to continue a coalition government together.

Merkel takes some blame for poor Berlin election performance - Daily Mail

BERLIN (AP) — German Chancellor Angela Merkel took partial responsibility for her party's worst-ever performance in a Berlin state election, acknowledging Monday that her government's policies at the national level were a factor. Merkel pledged to ...

Merkel party routed in Berlin polls as right-wing AfD gains - Inquirer.net

German Chancellor Angela Merkel talks to the media after the emergency EU heads of state summit on the migrant crisis at the EU council building in Brussels on early Thursday, Sept. 24, 2015. AP FILE. BERLIN, Germany — German Chancellor Angela ...

Strong AfD showing in Berlin vote would be seen as Nazi rebirth - mayor - Channel NewsAsia

A double-digit score for the anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) in a Berlin city vote on Sunday would be seen around the world as the rebirth of the Nazis, the mayor of the German capital has warned. Posted 16 Sep 2016 16:30. Election posters ...

Merkel wants Germany to get refugees into workforce faster - ChristianToday

Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday that Germany needed "viable solutions" to integrate refugees into the workforce faster after she met with blue-chip companies, which have hired just over 100 refugees since around a million arrived in the ...

The Latest: German nationalist AfD eyes 2017 federal vote - Tri-City Herald

The top candidate for the Social Democrats and governing Mayor of Berlin Michael Mueller, center, speaks to supporters at the party's main election event after first results announced in Berlin, Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016. Exit polls show the Social ...

Angela Merkel's party slumps as far-right surges in Berlin... - WJXT Jacksonville

(CNN) - Germany's two largest parties were facing up to losses in the nation's capital Monday after large numbers of Berliners turned to the far-right. Anti-immigrant party Alternative fur Deutschland (AfD) will enter Berlin's state parliament for the ...

Merkel suffers drubbing in Berlin vote due to migrant angst - Geo News, Pakistan

BERLIN: Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives suffered their second electoral blow in two weeks on Sunday, with support for her Christian Democrats (CDU) plunging to a post-reunification low in a Berlin state vote due to unease with her migrant policy.

The Latest: Social Democrats strongest in Berlin elections - news9.com KWTV

Exit polls show the Social Democrats and Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Party emerged from Berlin state elections as the strongest two parties, but lost enough support they won't be able to continue a coalition government together.

Migrant Fears Could Deal Setback to Merkel in Berlin Vote - Voice of America

FILE - German Chancellor Angela Merkel addresses the media in Berlin, July 23, 2016. A drubbing in the eastern state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern two weeks ago triggered calls from Merkel's conservative allies in Bavaria to toughen up her migrant policy.