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Die Welt

Die Welt is a national daily founded in the British occupied zone after WWII. Today it has two regional sections for Berlin and Hamburg. The paper also publishes a 32-page Welt Kompact tabloid-format version of the broadsheet aimed at younger readers. Since 2006 Die Welt has shared its editorial team with the Berliner Morgenpost, a regional paper which was sold to the Funke media group in 2014.

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Conservative
Circulation: 247,000 (2014)
Frequency of publication: Monday to Saturday
Visits per month: 50.000.000 - 100.000.000
Online payment model: Some content subject to a charge

Location: Berlin, Germany
Publisher: Axel Springer SE
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1946

Axel-Springer-Straße 65, 10888 Berlin
Phone: 0049 30 25 91 0
Twitter: @welt

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1.  Die Welt - Germany | 30/06/2015

Europe must stop doting on its problem children

Europe should part ways with its problem children and follow a self-assured path to economic excellence, the conservative daily Die Welt urges: "Instead of gingerly ... » more

2.  Die Welt - Germany | 09/05/2011

Debt crisis will cost EU taxpayers billions

The debt crisis in Greece and Portugal will cost Europe's taxpayers a pretty penny and could lead to the collapse of the Euro system, the ... » more

3.  Die Welt - Germany | 17/08/2010

The West will benefit from China's recovery

Demographic developments in Europe make China's growth of major long-term significance, writes the conservative daily Die Welt: "Germany, France and Japan may be rich economies, ... » more

4.  Die Welt - Germany | 12/06/2009

Sum to be payed for Ronaldo transfer is offensively high

Real Madrid, the Spanish football team that has won the most championships, wants to buy star footballer Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United for 93 million ... » more

5.  Die Welt - Germany | 31/03/2009

Nato must dismiss Turkish opposition to Rasmussen

Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen is expected to become the new Nato secretary-general. However Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan is attempting to stop the ... » more

6.  Die Welt - Germany | 27/11/2008

Europe also works without a treaty

Europe can get by very well without a new treaty, writes the conservative paper Die Welt: "The Czech Constitutional Court judges' yes to the Treaty ... » more

7.  Die Welt - Germany | 04/12/2007

How can Belgium get out of its crisis?

Hannelore Crolly portrays the Belgian King Albert II, who is to act as a mediator in the current state crisis. "It's true that the two ... » more

8.  Die Welt - Germany | 24/10/2007

Is the European blue card on its way?

The newspaper's Brussels correspondent Christoph B. Schiltz sees the blue card as a "correct approach", but no more: "Will the European Commission's proposal, which unfortunately ... » more

9.  Die Welt - Germany | 14/08/2006

Günter Grass was in the Waffen-SS

Novelist Burkhard Spinnen, born in 1956, calls for a "gentle" reaction to Grass's admission and notes that Günter Grass learned from his mistake in a ... » more

10.  Die Welt - Germany | 14/06/2006

Poland's historical inability to play football

Polish author Wojciech Kuczok is not looking forward to the qualifying game between Germany and Poland. "It's a sad thing to be a Pole during ... » more


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