Police in Berlin had to clear crowds from in front of a new vegan restaurant, after hundreds of hungry hipsters packed the street outside, threatening to bring traffic to a standstill.
One of Germany’s leading economists has suggested that Europe’s largest economy would have the most to lose if Britain left the EU.
For many professionals, borders are a thing of the past.
Germany’s healthcare system is losing as much as €1 billion euros a year to scammers, some of whom are linked to the Russian mafia, according to a media report Sunday.
The finance ministers of Germany and France said late Saturday they were optimistic of a deal soon to move Greece’s bailout ahead, reiterating that the IMF needs to be involved.
Former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl has warned that Europe can’t become “a new home” for millions of migrants, in a veiled criticism of incumbent Angela Merkel’s liberal asylum policies.
A German comedian whose satirical poem about Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has unleashed a bitter row about freedom of speech has decided to suspend his own TV show, he announced on his Facebook page on Saturday.
The foreign ministers of France and Germany made an unannounced visit on Saturday to Tripoli in a show of support for the new unity government striving to bridge Libya’s deep political divisions.
Cologne’s public prosecutor and tax authorities are examining claims, which have come to light via the leaked Panama Papers, alleging that leading German private bank Berenberg helped clients to evade tax, news magazine Der Spiegel reported on Saturday.
Germany on Friday put on trial a man accused of stabbing Cologne’s mayor in the neck in a suspected violent protest against her welcoming stance towards refugees.