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Merkel coalition partners want immigrants to speak German at home

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Foreign immigrants make up more than 38% of residents in Berlin's Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg district, which is home to a thriving Turkish community. Berlin, 2008. [Sven/Flickr]

European Court of Justice bans German language requirement for Turkish spouse visas

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Sprechen Sie Deutsch? Merkel wants more German spoken in EU

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Language teaching on the rise, English still dominates

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Multilingualism in the Commission: Do as I say, not as I do

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Economists say euro crisis may not be over

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Bundesbank member shocks with racial theories

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Germany picks surprise commissioner

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Culture chief: 'Room for improvement' in EU's use of German

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'Room for improvement' in EU's use of German

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Shakespeare is curbing Molière and Goethe in Brussels

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Petition calls for German language boost

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Merkel urged to strengthen German language in Brussels

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Germany’s call for multilingualism falls on deaf ears in Finland

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No privileges for German in Commission press conferences

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The EU needs to be a fair referee of American tech companies

EU referees shouldn’t seek home advantage

Gary Shapiro, President, Consumer Electronics Association

How accessibility in the cloud could redefine European citizenship

Tracy Mitrano, Director, Institute for Computer Policy and Law, Cornell University

There ain't no such thing as a free lunch

Paweł Jarczewski, CEO , Grupa Azoty
Europe needs a decisive and undoubted injection of real European democracy, argues Diogo Pinto.

We must tackle this unprecedented European crisis

Diogo Pinto, Secretary General, Fondation EurActiv
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