German inflation rate jumps to 7.9% in May
31 May 2022 | 10:52 am
Prices in Germany have increased by 7.9% this month, the highest amount since reunification.
Commentator Claudia Neumann said she wanted to set an example for diversity and tolerance. Some presenters from other countries made similar statements in Qatar after FIFA threatened players with sanctions.
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The Ukraine war has eaten up the Bundewehr's munitions stockpile, sparking concern among politicians and the military. Meanwhile, inflation is eating away at the €100 billion in extra military spending pledged by Berlin.
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