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Germany

Germany is a country in Central Europe. It is bordered to the north by the North Sea, Denmark, and the Baltic Sea.  It is the largest economy in Europe and a major exporter.

Articles About Germany

Kim Dotcom speaks during an interview with Reuters in Auckland
Kim Dotcom Thinks He Will Go To Jail in New Zealand; Admits Before Bail Hearing He is 'Broke'

By IBTimes AU

Kim Dotcom, the Internet mogul accused of online piracy, is set to appear in a bail hearing. He admitted to having no more money in a video. (10:19 pm)

MORE TOPICS: COURT, FBI, LAWYER

The Apple logo Is Pictured Inside The Newly Opened Omotesando Apple Store
Apple And Samsung: Divides The Smartphone Market Of Australia

By IBTimes AU

Apple and Samsung still collide on a neck and neck battle in the Australian market. (11:40 am)

MORE TOPICS: IPHONE, SAMSUNG, AUSTRALIA, SMARTPHONE, ANDROID, HTC

A man walks near a logo of Panasonic Corp
Panasonic DMC-CM1 Cameraphone With 20MP Sensor Slated For Dec. 1 Release In The UK

By IBTimes AU

The 2-in-1 Panasonic DMC-CM1 cameraphone is set be released shortly with both smartphone and camera modes. (9:40 am)

MORE TOPICS: IPHONE, CRICKET, BLACKBERRY, SMARTPHONE, CYBER MONDAY, ANDROID

A metal sculpture depicting a stock exchange chart is seen in the reception hall of the Athens Bourse in Athens September 11, 2014. Greece on Thursday set the pricing on its offer to top up its recent three- and five-year bonds by about 1 billion euros (U
Australian Stock Market Report –Afternoon November 26, 2014

By Comsec

Australian shares made up for yesterday's modest 0.5 per cent tumble in full with the ASX 200 surging at the close to end 1.1 firmer. It continues to be a volatile affair for local stocks this week with shares up 1.1 per cent on Monday prior to Tuesday's falls. (Nov 26)

MORE TOPICS: GOLD, TWITTER, FACEBOOK

Ivan the Terrible
12th Century Sword Found By An Archaeologist Could Have Belonged To Ivan The Terrible

By IBTimes AU

A sword from the 12th century was found in 1975 and it is said that the sword could have belonged to Tsar Ivan the Terrible (Nov 26)

MORE TOPICS: SILVER

Office workers are reflected as they walk past the Australian Securities Exchange building in central Sydney April 8, 2011. Singapore Exchange Ltd has terminated its $8 billion bid for Australia's ASX Ltd after the Australian government formally rejected
Australian Stock Market Report – Midday November 25, 2014

By Comsec

The Australian market is having its worst day in close to six weeks with mining and energy stocks wiping out most of Monday's gains. The ASX 200 Index is down 0.9 per cent and remains just above the key 5300pt level. Local shares surged by 1. (Nov 25)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, TWITTER, FACEBOOK, JAPAN, RETAIL, RIO TINTO

Iran's national flags are seen on a square in Tehran
Iran Nuclear Deal Deadline Likely To Be Extended

By IBTimes AU

There are apparently still "big gaps" to be closed before the deal gets finalised. (Nov 24)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, BARACK OBAMA, NUCLEAR WEAPONS, UNITED NATIONS, RUSSIA, CONGRESS

Students Walk Out Of Samsung Electronics' Headquarters In Seoul
Snapdragon 805-Powered ‘Samsung Galaxy S5 Plus’ Retails At $501-Equivalent In Europe

By IBTimes AU

The Samsung Galaxy S5 Plus has been released in Germany. (Nov 24)

MORE TOPICS: NINTENDO, MICROSOFT, SAMSUNG, SMARTPHONE, ANDROID

A Visitor Holds A New Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Smartphone
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 New Update Brings Performance And Stability Improvements

By IBTimes AU

New firmware update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 brings performance and stability improvements. (Nov 24)

MORE TOPICS: SAMSUNG, SMARTPHONE, ANDROID

Germany's Minister of Finance Wolfgang Schauble speaks during a discussion on "A Reform Agenda for Europe's Leaders"
Eurozone Indicators Forewarn Imminent Recession: Germany's Manufacturing Sector Slows

By IBTimes AU

Erozone recession is becoming a looming threat as Germany and others are showing signs of shrinking economic activity. (Nov 24)

MORE TOPICS: MANUFACTURING, EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK, NEW YORK, LONDON