Police in Munich say they have an important new lead in their quest to find a woman who was filmed by three men as they drugged and raped her during Oktoberfest two years ago.
Oliver Khan, the former goalkeeper of the German national football team and FC Bayern Munich, looks set to be named as the new manager of Schalke 04 after a lengthy meeting with club officials on Thursday.
A Hamburg bishop on Thursday said the Catholic Church must rethink its “taboo” stance on condoms, contradicting controversial comments made by Pope Benedict XVI blaming them for making the AIDS epidemic in Africa worse.
A professor from the University of Augsburg was sentenced on Thursday to 10 months probation and fined €8,000 for attempting to pressure a female student into exchanging sex for better grades.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday defended her government’s handling of the global economic crisis amid ongoing criticism from abroad, at home and even within her own coalition.
Five weeks after their arrest, Berlin police have released two suspects in the spectacular robbery of the city’s KaDeWe department store because DNA tests can’t tell the identical twins apart, daily Berliner Morgenpost reported on Thursday.
Discount airline Ryanair has announced it will offer flights from an airport near Munich to seven European destinations beginning in April.
This Week's Highlights: Turkish films in Munich, an opera star in Frankfurt, and Barbie celebrates her 50th in Hamburg.
With the first of 2,500 Iraqi refugees scheduled to arrive in Hannover on Thursday, Lower Saxony’s interior minister has called for their swift integration.
What do Berlin trams, German sewers and the stricken US insurer AIG have in common? They are all intertwined in complex financial transactions that could cost many German cities dearly.