“Economic giant, political dwarf” – that is how the world long viewed post-World War II Germany, the European export power reluctant to use military muscle in global conflicts.
123 German police officers were injured in Berlin and 86 people detained during clashes between police and protesters over the redevelopment of a district in the east of the city.
More than 7,500 classical musicians performed in a German football arena at the weekend to set the world record for the biggest-ever orchestra.
German conglomerate ThyssenKrupp on Saturday defended merger talks with Indian rival Tata Steel saying the consolidation of the sector in Europe was necessary due to the “difficult economic situation”.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s popularity has rebounded after the British vote to leave the EU, an opinion poll showed Saturday, reversing a fall in her appeal caused by the refugee crisis.
A Spanish judge has charged Volkswagen with fraud and damage to the environment over an emissions-cheating scandal which has plunged the German automaker into crisis, a statement said Friday.
The scientific consensus used to be that carnivorous dinosaurs were an extreme rarity in Jurassic Germany. But new research reveals the opposite to have been true.
Police in Lower Saxony have said that sporadic group sexual assaults have been reported at swimming pools in 2016, what they call a ‘new phenomenon.’
Among the crowds thronging the Euro 2016 fanzone at Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate are new faces cheering in beginners’ German — refugees who have discovered their hosts’ unbounded passion for the beautiful game.
A politician from Germany’s right-wing populist AfD party sparked outrage Friday with a Twitter message suggesting the German side could have beaten France in the Euro 2016 semi-final with fewer non-white players.