German police have discovered the body of a man who lay dead in his apartment for almost a year without being missed, Aalen authorities said Thursday.
A crewman of a British World War II bomber shot down over Germany in 1944 whose remains were only identified this year will be buried in Berlin next week, a Royal Air Force spokesman said on Thursday.
The German government confirmed on Thursday it was postponing the partial stock market listing of national railway operator Deutsche Bahn due to the dramatic crisis hitting global financial markets.
Germany does not need to nationalize any of its banks but this could change if the global financial crisis gets any worse, Finance Minister Peer Steinbrück told business daily Handelsblatt on Thursday.
An organization for the preservation of the Bavaria's tavern culture, the VEBWK, has said they are thrilled that state politicians are considering easing strict anti-smoking laws in pubs.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy have announced there will be “total” coordination of new measures to counter the ongoing global financial crisis.
German police have begun a nationwide set of raids on the right-wing extremist youth group Jugendorganisation Heimattreue Deutsche Jugend (HDJ), the Interior Ministry announced on Thursday in Berlin.
Poor visibility caused the crash at a tiny airstrip in Nepal's Mount Everest region that killed 18 people, including 12 German tourists, officials said on Thursday.
The city of Leipzig on Thursday will commemorate the start of the peaceful protests in East Germany in the autumn of 1989 that led to the fall of the Berlin Wall.
US actress Angelina Jolie has reportedly praised Berlin for being so accommodating to her massive family while her husband Brad Pitt is filming in the German capital.
The German government is planning a new voluntary email service to facilitate communication with the country’s citizens, the Financial Times Deutschland reported on Thursday.