Chancellor Angela Merkel defended on Monday Germany's heavy dependence on exports that has made Europe's largest economy one of the biggest casualties of the global recession.
Princess Caroline of Monaco's husband Prince Ernst August of Hannover denied in court on Monday that he drunkenly beat up a hotel manager with a knuckle duster on the Kenyan island of Lamu in 2000.
At least two German women and a South Korean woman kidnapped in Yemen last Friday have been murdered, according to Yemeni authorities.
Half of all immigrants feel like outsiders in German society and say their achievements find less acknowledgement than those of Germans, according to a survey released Monday.
A prominent neo-Nazi who buried a comrade with a swastika flag was fined €1,200 Monday, after a Passau judge found him guilty of displaying unconstitutional symbols.
A low-pressure area named after the Norse god Odin brought storms and flooding to central Germany on Monday, but summery weather is on its way soon, according to the German Weather Service (DWD).
Unknown thieves stole a 60-year-old Czech-made half-track from its home in Heilbronn in southern Germany, according to the police on Monday.
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Eighteen tonnes of eggs went over-easy on the autobahn in the eastern German state of Brandenburg after a truck overturned early Monday morning.
German unemployment will exceed five million by next year, warned Deutsche Bank’s chief economist in an interview with daily Bild Monday.
Chancellor Angela Merkel plans to visit Washington later this month to hold talks with US President Barack Obama, a government spokesman confirmed Monday.
Germany's foreign minister summoned Iran's ambassador on Monday in protest at heavy-handed police action against demonstrators following the weekend's disputed presidential election.
Egypt will soon provide evidence that the 3,400-year-old bust of Queen Nefertiti was taken illegally out of the country by Germany, according to Egyptian antiquities chief Zahi Hawass.
Students from universities and schools across Germany are planning to take part in a nationwide strike protesting the state of country’s education system starting on Monday.
EU Industry Commissioner Günter Verheugen wants a thorough examination of plans to rescue troubled German automaker Opel, which he believes would ultimately benefit Russia.