Germany's center-left Social Democrats agreed on Monday to a partial privatization of the country's national railway operator Deutsche Bahn.
Tourists in the German capital disappointed to find little of the Berlin Wall left will from next month be able to have it reappear before their eyes with a gadget unveiled on Monday.
Thanks to a few enterprising Aussie expats and some dinkum locals, Australian Rules Football has taken root in Germany. Campbell Jefferys checks out a match between the Hamburg Dockers and the Berlin Crocodiles.
Prosecutors on Monday charged the owner and head doctor of a private clinic in Germany where unnecessary operations and lax standards of hygiene allegedly killed seven patients.
A raspberry soda popular in the former East Germany helped tip off police to the location of a man suspected of molesting his young son for five years, prosecutors in the eastern city of Halle said on Monday.
Only 60 percent of Germans have faith in the country’s democratic system, according to a survey published on Tuesday.
German electrical utility RWE will pay Siemens €100 million to build two wind farms in Poland in a deal announced on Monday.
The chairman of the supervisory board of European discount grocer Lidl predicted a food price push in coming months in an interview published Monday in Germany's top-selling newspaper, Bild.
Apparent fear of losing their jobs has encouraged fewer German workers to take time off when sick.
Germany’s postal service was hit by limited strikes at several letter sorting centres across the country on Monday, as trade union Verdi tries to put pressure on Deutsche Post in a wage dispute.
A German of Afghan origin has been held at a US military base near Kabul after allegedly entering the facility without proper authorization, according to a German Foreign Ministry spokesman.