Bus inferno driver calls for emergency exits

Bus inferno driver calls for emergency exits

Nearly two weeks after the horrific bus fire in which 20 passengers were killed, the driver has spoken for the first time, calling for rear emergency exits to be made compulsory as in other countries.

Dairy farmers tackle union leader on sinking prices

Dairy farmers tackle union leader on sinking prices

Angry dairy farmers took to the streets at the weekend, to protest against their own representatives in the Farmers’ Association, who they claim are not defending their interests.

Left party MP blocks wikipedia.de website

Left party MP blocks wikipedia.de website

The internet encyclopedia wikipedia.de was blocked over the weekend after German MP Lutz Heilmann from the hard-line socialist Left party obtained an injunction to close it.

Doctors set to examine Nazi-era crimes

Doctors set to examine Nazi-era crimes

The president of the German Doctors’ Association, Jörg-Dietrich Hoppe, has opened the door to the country’s medics to examine their role in the Third Reich.

Yoko Ono’s art proves a bigger draw than expected in Bielefeld

Yoko Ono’s art proves a bigger draw than expected in Bielefeld

A retrospective exhibition of Yoko Ono’s art work in Bielefeld has smashed organisers’ expectations and attracted more than 25,000 visitors in two and a half months.

England will face Germany without Rooney and Ferdinand

England will face Germany without Rooney and Ferdinand

Rio Ferdinand and Wayne Rooney are out of England’s friendly with Germany in Berlin next week after missing Manchester United’s win over Stoke on Saturday.