120,000 protest for stopping use of nuclear power

The streets of Germany were filled with protestors which numbered up to 120,000. These people were calling for stop of nuclear power and have in few days increased their pressure on

Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government asking it to close down the 17 nuclear plants, that are present in the country.

All the agitations began when Japan saw the nuclear disaster last month. That is the time when Merkel had imposed a moratorium on new nuclear plant construction and then only she said that all the seven plants should be closed down temporarily.

Next European Central Bank chief is Super Mario?

Speculations are being made about the successor of France’s Jean-Claude Trichet, who will step down in October. Recent leaks suggest that Germany will give approval to Mario Draghi dubbed "Super Mario", a former Goldman Sachs executive from Italy to become next ECB executive.

European’s failed to put their choice forward for the appointment of next European Central Bank chief.

For the entire week, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble is stressing to appoint the current Italian central bank chief after Trichet.

Large marches in Germany against NATO in Libya, Afghanistan

Large marches took place across whole of Germany having strength of thousands to show their solidarity against the NATO forces having war in Libya and Afghanistan. These were made to be a part of the long Easter marches that took place on Sunday.

Germany profits from euro more than others in zone

The European currency has proved to be extremely well for the Germans. However, it has proved to be not so well for the other nation states of the zone.

From the time the euro has been introduced towards the start of 1999, according to the calculation done by the European Central Bank, Germany has achieved competitiveness, not just against the remaining chief industrial nation states, but also against all the other member states of the euro zone.

World's Most Premature Baby Survives in Germany

The world's most premature baby is born in Germany at 21 weeks and 5 days as revealed by the "Bild". A German woman gave birth to this baby.

It is the first such baby to survive as reported by Bild newspaper.

More surprising is that the baby named Frida is fine. When the baby was born she was not even of 550 grams. She weighed just only 460 grams while her height was just only 28 centimetres. She was took birth on 27th November at the Fulda clinic. She is now five and a half months and she has weighed 3.5 kilos and measures 50 centimetres.


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