Speaking at the memorial church service in Winnenden, German President Horst Köhler spoke out against ultra-violent computer games and films, calling for the political world and society in general to reject them.
The head of troubled German car manufacturer Opel raised the possibility of closing plants in Germany to rescue the group in an interview to be published on Monday.
Germany’s biggest holiday company TUI Deutschland will put its workers onto short shifts in order to try to stabilise its economic position and save jobs, it announced on Saturday.
The Lower Saxony Landesbank NordLB has surprised the art world by returned a valuable painting to the heirs of its Jewish owner, collector Alfred Hess, whose collection was sold off cheap during the Third Reich.
The German government will try to tackle a shortage of qualified teachers in the country’s schools by taking on increasing numbers of immigrants to do the job.
As Winnenden gathered on Saturday to mourn the 15 people shot dead by Tim Kretschmer earlier this month, the families of five schoolgirl victims called for laws to keep children away from guns, violent video games to be banned and reporting of such massacres to be restricted.
Construction managers and city officials saw measurements that clearly showed Cologne’s Historic Archive was sinking into the excavation work below it weeks before the building collapsed, it has been revealed.