October 3, 1990, the German reunification, following the fall of the Berlin Wall, marked the end of the painful division in Germany. 28 years on, the country continues to foster unity among its people and openness to international cooperation and multilateralism.
The German government has committed about $4.6 million to the Mekong River Commission to increase dialogue.
28 years ago, on October 3rd, 1990, German reunification, following the fall of the Berlin Wall, marked the end of the long and painful division of our country.
Eang Sophalleth said German politician Markus Benjamin Koob extended Merkel’s commitment to maintain cooperation.
Plan International Cambodia’s Girls Lead project is now on the move in several provinces in the kingdom.
Germany promises to continue its cooperation and sustain its relationship with the Kingdom and remain helpful with Cambodia’s further development.
Germany’s Olympic Kristina Vogel has been paralysed following a serious crash.
The Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, Angela Merkel, wrote to Prime Minister Hun Sen on Thursday, Sept. 6, congratulating him on his reappointment and wishing him every success in his new term of office.
Loew admits making several mistakes that contributed to their World Cup debacle.
Some companies doing business in Germany and the US doubt large-scale tariff cuts.
German Minister criticises Trump.
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has reiterated his call for the Bundesliga to scrap the so-called 50 plus one rule.
DeChambeau apologises after being rebuked for his behaviour at the European Open.
Germany’s biggest lender Deutsche Bank said it has moved “a big part” of its euro clearing operations from London to Frankfurt.
Arsenal boss Emery says Mesut Ozil has nothing but respect from his team-mates after his decision to quit national team.
Rising oil prices expected to push up the cost of air travel in 2019.
Ozil’s quit of the national team due to “racism” spot the light on Germany’s immigrants.
Lewis Hamilton will bid to wreck Sebastian Vettel’s homecoming at Hockenheim.
Italy will allow some migrants to disembark in Sicily from two ships.
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US President Donald Trump launches a blistering attack on Germany.
Chinese Premier arrives Germany for the fifth round of China-Germany consultations.
The French government insists that Washington should expect united retaliation.
Ed Sheeran may move a concert to Gelsenkirchen, Germany, after officials in Düsseldorf chose to protect 104 trees rather than host the British singer.
Foreign ministers of Iran and five world powers of the nuclear deal will meet in Vienna.
Asian teams’ recorded points haul and some stunning performances against top sides have lifted their hopes for Qatar 2022.
Germany coach Joachim Loew will stay in his post to lead a national team overhaul after the current world champions crash.
Penalties have been the death of England at six of the last 12 major tournaments and in that time, they have won only once.
Neymar may well be the centre of attention as Brazil chase a record sixth World Cup triumph in Russia.
Tite insists Brazil can cope with being installed as World Cup favourites, following Germany’s shock exit.