Germany opposes Draghi to be ECB head

Most of the Europeans are confident that this autumn Mario Draghi will succeed Jean-Claude Trichet as president of the European Central Bank (ECB)., at present he is the head of Italy's central bank.

Axel Weber, Draghi's main challenger has given the resignation from his post at the head of Germany's Bundesbank in February, essentially ending his candidacy for the ECB top spot.

On the other hand the sources within Angela Merkel's Chancellery have said German news magazine SPIEGEL that she is still trying to prevent Draghi from becoming them euro zone's top banker.

Germany and terror

When it comes to the names of the countries that are in the front-line of terror then Germany surely makes it to the list. The country has also managed to uncover various plots over the years which have aimed at destroying the country.

But rather than weakening it, the country's fight against Baader Meinhof gang has helped it a lot in preparing itself for other fights; also making it possible for the country to stop Islamic radicalism.

Daniel Geale expects the career best in IBF championship

When Daniel Geale goes to fight in the BF middleweight world boxing champion Sebastian Sylvester in Germany, he has only one thing in mind. He has to win because this contest is going to define his moment in 30-long year career.

Also, he has to make sure that no one is able to touch him during the event that takes place in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Mercedes to surprise us with M-Class SUVs

Mercedes Benz has a lot in store for the car enthusiasts coming 2012. The German auto giant has already publicly released the refreshed C Class models, the all new C Class Coupe as well as their respective AMG counterparts.

Rwandan rebels tried in Germany for war crimes

On Wednesday the trail of two Rwandan rebel leader from the Democratic Republic Congo opened for their crimes against humanity. The venue was Germany.

The duo was arrested in Germany in November 2009 where they had been living since quite some time. Ignace Murwanashyaka, 47, president of FDLR (Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda) and his deputy Straton Musoni, 50, had been operating from Germany.


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