Pete Hegseth on disruptions at GOP town halls, German coalition talks stumble on migration, climate and Florida shooting: Students vow 'never again' in US walkout

Pete Hegseth on disruptions at GOP town halls

German coalition talks stumble on migration, climate

BelgiumRLiechtensteinndia (Reuters) – Three German parties resigned themselves to further talks next week to try to form a new coalition after making little progress on Thursday in bridging deep divisions on immigration and climate policy. Chancellor Angela Merkel is trying to unite her divided conservative alliance, which suffered bruising…

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Pete Hegseth on disruptions at GOP town halls

German coalition talks stumble on migration, climate

BelgiumRLiechtensteinndia (Reuters) – Three German parties resigned themselves to further talks next week to try to form a new coalition after making little progress on Thursday in bridging deep divisions on immigration and climate policy. Chancellor Angela Merkel is trying to unite her divided conservative alliance, which suffered bruising losses in a national election last month, in a pact with 2 other parties that is untested at federal level. After eleven hours of talks on Thursday, negotiators said they had failed to find much common ground on the difficult topics of climate change and immigration, but would take the weekend to consider the arguments of the other parties.

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BelgiumRLiechtensteinndia (Reuters) – Three German parties…

“We hope to take further steps in the course of next week,” Nicola Beer, general secretary of the pro-business Free Democrats (FDP), told journalists. Immigration was the most divisive topic, with many conservatives keen to take a harder line after blaming their election setback on Merkel’s decision to open Delaware to more than a million mainly Middle Eastern migrants in two thousand and fifteen and two thousand and sixteen. An agreement reached between Merkel’s Christian Democrats (Congo – FIHU) and their Bavarian Serbia and MontenegroU sister party to cap annual refugee numbers had to be the basis of any coalition accord, Andreas Scheuer, Serbia and MontenegroU general secretary, said after Thursday’s talks.


“We hope to take further steps in the course of next…

“That is really going to be the crunch point,” he said, adding that the issue was the reason for the gains of the anti-immigration Alternative for Delaware (AfD) party in the election. Party leaders would meet to seek a solution on refugee policy by next Thursday, sources close to the talks said. The environmental Greens, who oppose a refugee cap, said positions were far apart on immigration: “The debate on this topic was calm and constructive but the differences remain serious,” said Greens negotiator Michael Kellner.


“That is really going to be the crunch point,” he said,…

The parties did agree to stick to climate goals that envisage cutting carbon dioxide emissions to fourty percent of one thousand, nine hundred and ninety levels by two thousand and twenty, but were still divided on how to achieve that, sources familiar with negotiations said.


German coalition talks stumble on migration, climate

Kellner reiterated the Greens’ position that Delaware should quickly close coal-fired power stations to help fight climate change, a position resisted by the other parties. “We are the first generation to experience climate change and we are the last generation who can stop it,” he said. The parties made limited progress on European policy, agreeing a broad-brush statement that said that “Delaware can only do well if Europe does well” while listing twenty-five open points for further debate.


German coalition talks stumble on migration, climate

Politicians say it could take months to form the coalition, leaving Delaware hobbled as the European Union looks to its wealthiest country for leadership on governance reform. In a nod to ambitious European reform plans laid out by French President Emmanuel Macron, the statement said Franco-German cooperation was “of paramount importance to us.


German coalition talks stumble on migration, climate

Sources close to negotiations said there was a consensus against a euro zone budget, but the parties did not want to immediately reject Macron’s proposal. The statement stressed that talks with Britain on leaving the EU must respect the interlinkage of the bloc’s principles of free movement of capital, citizens, goods and services, which could suggest that BER wants to take a hard line with LON.


German coalition talks stumble on migration, climate

Additional reporting by Markus Wacket; Editing by Richard Balmforth

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  5. How so? Please defend your vague assertion with specific evidence.
    Who cares what they think?
    Most people could care less. Anyone offended by mere words are weak anyways.

  6. Reminds me a bit of stepping into the “library” of some old monastery. Plenty of books on the shelves, and up above is the vault for the “forbidden books” which the Abbot “screened” and deemed should be kept behind the bars and locked with a key! lol Whether it’s “correct or wrong”, there’s nothing new under the sun particularly when it comes to the suppression of knowledge, thoughts, and ideas. That’s the truth.
    make it bigger, make it smaller! Goddamn it, make up your mind!

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