One of the Auschwitz prisoners who left a message in a bottle found recently near the Nazi death camp has likely been located living in France, memorial spokesperson Jarek Mensfelt told The Local on Tuesday.
In the wake of Jürgen Klinsmann's sacking by Bayern Munich, caretaker coach Jupp Heynckes said Tuesday his goal is to ensure his side qualify for the Champions League in his five games in charge.
German luxury car and truck maker Daimler posted a stiff first-quarter loss Tuesday and warned sales would "decrease significantly" this year. Some 60,000 workers will also see their wages cut by nearly 9 percent.
The Health Ministry confirmed on Tuesday that one of three cases of suspected swine flu in Germany came back negative. But the country is prepared to handle any possible epidemic, Health Minister Ulla Schmidt said.
Almost 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, German President Horst Köhler on Monday said people from the formerly communist eastern half of the country deserved more respect from their western cousins.
“Shit Happens,” a new citizens’ initiative in Berlin, is attempting to use humour to create awareness of the city’s substantial dog doo problem.
A French anti-nuclear activist nicknamed the "unbending squirrel" managed to stop a train carrying uranium from a German processing plant in spectacular fashion, police said on Tuesday.
Dogs have always enjoyed wide acceptance and man’s best friend, but a German team of scientists has revealed that horses may have been domesticated more than five millennia ago.
The former German colony of Namibia has become an attractive destination for German tourists and expats looking for a new home offering a touch of Teutonic Gemütlichkeit - or hospitality.
German automaker Daimler said Monday it would give up its 19.9 percent stake in its former US unit Chrysler and forgiving outstanding loans from the struggling Detroit firm.
The Afghan government has asked the German military to help fight the country’s rampant drug trade, broadcaster ARD reported on Tuesday.
Germany's largest bank, Deutsche Bank, posted strong first quarter results on Tuesday, becoming the latest major bank in Europe and North America to offer hope for an eventual end to the financial crisis.