Some of the wide-ranging surveillance powers granted to German federal investigators are unconstitutional, the country’s top court decided on Wednesday.
Germans were the most positive of five European countries surveyed about Britain staying in the EU, with almost four in five hoping Brexit will never happen, a survey showed on Wednesday.
Testing by a federal authority shows that Volkswagen was far from the only car company which cheated government regulations on emissions in their diesel engines.
Officers in southern Germany found a young woman on Tuesday who had been locked away “possibly for years” in a run-down and squalid flat.
A German newspaper reports that Apple has set up a secret lab in the capital to build its self-driving car. The Local asks how believable the rumours could be.
Volker Schwenck, a TV journalist for public broadcaster ARD, was detained on Tuesday after arriving in Turkey and appears set to be expelled from the country.
Germany’s top court decided on Tuesday that people’s right right to know their parents is not unconditional, when it rejected an attempt by a woman to make the man she believes is her father take a DNA test.
Berlin-based fans wanted a street named after pop legend David Bowie, but for now they’ll have to settle for a plaque placed outside the flat where he lived in the 1970s instead.
The founder of Germany’s xenophobic and anti-Islamic PEGIDA movement will appear in court Tuesday on hate speech charges for branding refugees “cattle” and “scum” on social media.
Germany’s top police anti-terror unit searched houses and arrested five people early on Tuesday morning in a swoop on a suspected far-right group.