I've had weird chrome behavior on some, not all links. I finally was able to video it happening so I could capture the action in the new chrome header.
Edition Windows 10 Pro
Installed on 6/17/2020
OS build 19043.1110
Experience Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.3530.0 Chrome is 92.0.4515.107 (Official Build) (64-bit) - Malwarebuytes is 220.127.116.11 with latest updates. I've uninstalled Chrome, did a clean chrome reset and note Edge does not have this behavior. I ran full system scans using Malwarebytes, Bitdefender and nothing was found.
What happens is I click a link and it will "redirect" to a new chrome window with no control or address bar, and I finally got a screen capture of it happeneing. In addition to the URL that is shown in teh file I attached, on some links I saw multiple "search terms" (the words I saw and then something random. The end result is the link I wanted appears on the "original" instance of chrome, and then this new "redirect" chrome window is created and after showing some activity in the header section, settles into the basic google search home page. So I have 2 instances of chrome running, but the new one has no controls/address bar etc.
It's happeneing to me on 40% of the links I click but almost never again once it happened once. Bestbuy was an instance where it happened a 2nd time. I've no idea if tere are logs regarding what a browser is doing when this happens.
I cannot really find anything on the URL A-znachrichten.com Not sure if Chrome is broke, or I'v e got a problem or what but thought I's try and get some opinions