A former left-wing guerilla turned neo-Nazi was sentenced to 10 months in prison in Germany on Monday for giving a Hitler salute in an interview with a Jewish TV presenter and denying the Holocaust.
Police are likely to file charges against the shepherd of a flock of sheep that derailed a German ICE train and injured 19 people over the weekend, a Koblenz police spokesman said on Monday.
State prosecutors in the German state of Thuringia have requested a 10-year juvenile detention for a 22-year-old mother accused of killing three of her babies as a teenager.
The German Baltic Sea resort town of Baabe is to be named the world’s first “allergy-friendly community” next week by the European Centre for Allergy Research Foundation.
Paris and Berlin are gearing up to work together as France gets ready to assume the European Union presidency on July 1, AFP's Catherine Triomphe reports.
Pressure is growing on the state of Bavaria to allow the first new edition of Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf" since World War II to be published in Germany.
German railway workers prepared to remove a demolished high-speed train from a tunnel on Monday following a harrowing accident that left 19 people injured and several sheep dead over the weekend.
Consumer sentiment is improving in Germany just as Europe's biggest economy appears to feeling the global slowdown, according to a widely watched survey on Monday.
Siemens is seeking insurance reimbursement for a portion of the damages from a corruption scandal currently under investigation, newspaper Financial Times Deutschland reported in its Monday edition.
Trade union Verdi is ready to start a fresh round of wage talks with Deutsche Post as workers continue a vote on whether to begin an unlimited strike, Germany’s top-selling Bild newspaper reported on Monday.
The days looked numbered for the hub of the postwar Berlin airlift Monday after supporters of the historic German airport lost a last-ditch referendum on saving it from closure in October, writes AFP's Deborah Cole.