Bavarian police have arrested a 39-year old man who stole 112 pairs of children’s shoes for sexual pleasure, officers reported on Friday.
Police officers discovered a dead Pole in the back seat of a van on Thursday morning, during a routine check near the town of Pomellen on the Polish border in the state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.
With end-of-year festivities just two weeks away, the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM) in Berlin has announced that tests on new firework products determined almost one-third to be dangerous.
Almost a week after what appears to have been a revenge attack by neo-Nazis, Passau police chief Alois Mannichl was released from the hospital on Friday.
The controversial new "BKA-law," which gives the Federal Criminal Police (BKA) extra powers in the fight against terrorism, was passed by the Bundesrat, Germany's upper parliamentary house on Friday morning.
Troubled German property lender Hypo Real Estate (HRE) plans to restructure its activities in a move that would eliminate one third of its workforce, a press report said on Friday.
Christian Klar, a former leader of the Red Army Faction terrorist group who was convicted of multiple murders, has been released after 26 years in prison, his lawyer said on Friday.
Berlin mayor Klaus Wowereit has called comments by German Chancellor Angela Merkel about increasing funding to western states 'stupid' in a recent television interview for broadcaster N24.
Three German hostages being held by Yemeni tribesmen were freed early on Friday after a five-day ordeal, a tribal source said.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has named details of a second economic stimulus package, according to daily Neue Presse on Friday.
German cyclist Stefan Schumacher, who failed two drugs tests at the Tour de France, confirmed here Thursday he was suing the French anti-doping authorities (AFLD) for defamation.