How do we know summer has arrived in Germany? Well, we’re seeing more naked people and getting soaked in thunderstorms. Here’s a few more signs.
Germany’s far-right AfD party is responsible for the climate of hate that led to the murder of a local German politician, the head of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s ruling party said Wednesday.
While the British government appears to have cottoned on to the importance of protecting the citizens rights of Brits in the EU and EU citizens in the UK, Brussels appears reluctant to act. Five million people living in limbo are in need of action.
German sportswear giant Adidas on Wednesday lost a legal battle to trademark its “three stripe” motif in the EU, as a court ruled the design was not distinctive enough to deserve protection.
People are flocking to Germany’s swimming pools to cool down this summer. But a staff shortage is causing problems across the country.
The day is celebrated as a public holiday in six German states. We explain its origins and how it’s observed.
The giant metal entrance door to a legendary techno club in post-Wall Berlin has moved into a new museum. Here’s why.
Industrial conglomerate Siemens
said Tuesday it would slash 2,700 jobs worldwide at its gas and power unit, including 1,400 in its home country Germany, “over several years”.
Thousands of environmental activists – including school pupils – are readying to blockade a huge open-pit coal mine in Germany, backed for the first time by the student climate movement launched by Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg.
From German Expressionist Cinema to modern comedy, German film certainly has a lot to offer.