Police are investigating whether hunters inadvertently killed a man on Sunday after a bullet that hit his car was confirmed to have been fired by a hunting rifle.
Daniel Günther, the Christian Democrat (CDU) Minister-President of Schleswig-Holstein, has said that people who have their asylum case rejected should have the chance to stay in Germany via a new immigration law.
A forgotten, 20-metre long section of the Berlin Wall has been discovered by accident next to the headquarters of Germany’s intelligence services, authorities confirmed on Monday.
57 years ago today, on the 13th August 1961, the first border fences were erected around the border of West Berlin, in what would quickly become the Berlin Wall. So what were the events leading up to 1961? How and why was the Wall built, even though “nobody had the intention” to do so?
Chancellor Angela Merkel is set to meet Russian president Vladimir Putin this weekend to discuss the conflicts in Syria and Eastern Ukraine.
A motorway in southern Germany was brought to a standstill on Sunday evening after an escaped male sheep found its way onto the road, leading to a brief police chase.
Germany’s biggest pharmaceuticals company has taken an enormous hit on the stock market after a court in the US ordered subsidiary company Monsanto to pay $290 million worth of damages to a terminally ill groundskeeper in California.
The scandal over the deportation of Sami A., an alleged former bodyguard of Osama Bin Laden, continued on Monday with authorities reportedly blacklisting the 44-year-old Tunisian from entering Germany.
The leaders of Spain and Germany agreed Saturday to push for greater EU help for countries such as Morocco, a major point of departure for migrants and refugees trying to reach Europe.
Monsanto’s German owners insisted Saturday that the weed killer Roundup was “safe”, rejecting a California jury’s decision to order the chemical giant to pay nearly $290 million for failing to warn a dying groundskeeper that the product might cause cancer.