A Kosovo court deferred to international judicial authorities in the case of three Germans suspected of involvement in a bomb attack, a judge said on Thursday.
A disoriented wild boar smashed through a door at a community center in Frankfurt shocking a group of mothers and their children, police reported on Thursday.
US Army deserter André Lawrence Shepherd has applied for asylum in Germany, his lawyer told reporters on Thursday. Shepherd said he did not want to participate in a war that violates international law.
Scandal-plagued Deutsche Telekom has had another data disaster. Sensitive customer information, including bank details and birth dates, has been leaked on the black market for the second time in as many months, according to this week’s edition of Stern magazine.
A 12-year-old girl has been severely injured by a mailbox bomb that appears to have been rigged in a family dispute in the Berlin district of Rudow, daily Der Tagesspiegel reported on Thursday.
Unemployment numbers in Germany dropped by 8,000 in November and the federal employment agency (BA) has announced that the country’s job market is stable on Thursday.
Some 800 Erfurt high school students have been allowed to return to class on Thursday after their school was closed due to anonymous threats of violence, but there will be heavy security, police said.
German soldiers are set to be deployed on French soil for the first time since the end of World War II in 1945, the two countries decided this week.
Germany will give €1 million ($1.3 million) in aid to the Palestinian territories after a UN plea for extra cash, the country’s foreign minister has announced.