German wine sales are up across the globe, with the United States showing a particular thirst for the country's popular Riesling, according to numbers released by the Deutsches Weininstitute (German Wine Institute) on Thursday.
Germany's Federal Prosecutor's office said on Thursday it had filed charges against an alleged member of Islamist terror organization al Qaida.
Germans are more afraid of inflation than they've been for almost 20 years, according to a study on the country's top fears released in Berlin on Thursday.
A poster from a German pacifist organization has sparked outrage by showing the coffin of a Bundeswehr soldier recently killed in Afghanistan.
French software group Dassault Systemes on Thursday accused its German rival Siemens Software of trade secrets violation involving a "protected" list of Dassault's customers.
German ministers agreed on Thursday to update data protection laws for the digital age in the wake of scandals showing how easily personal details can be bought on the internet.
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A Denmark-based artist is planning to use the body of a Texas murderer as fish food for an installation in Germany after the man is executed. The project aims to spark debate about capital punishment, he told The Local.
A female sailor aboard the German navy training ship the Gorch Fock fell into the North Sea on Wednesday night around midnight while on watch and remains missing.
German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel on Thursday renewed his criticism of the nuclear waste facility Asse, but said there was no acute danger to the public.
Six hundred Germans are suspected of involvement in an Internet paedophile network uncovered in Switzerland, where four men have already been arrested in the investigation.