Webber takes German F1 Grand Prix

Webber takes German F1 Grand Prix

Mark Webber secured his maiden Formula One victory and Australia's first since 1981 when he led team-mate Sebastian Vettel home in a triumphant one-two for the Red Bull team in

Wedding party ends in two-house fire and huge bill

Wedding party ends in two-house fire and huge bill

A newly-wed couple are starting married life with a bill of around €250,000 after the romantic flying lanterns they set off to mark their union set two houses on fire this weekend.

Police arrest robber shoe fetishist of Troisdorf

Police arrest robber shoe fetishist of Troisdorf

A robber shoe fetishist from Troisdorf was arrested this weekend after attacking eight women on the street and stealing their footwear.

East-west divide between Germans remains strong

East-west divide between Germans remains strong

Nearly 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the social divide between eastern and western Germans is getting bigger than ever, according to one of the country’s leading experts on the subject.

Recession over says Finance Ministry

Recession over says Finance Ministry

The Finance Ministry reckons the recession is over, with a predicted growth rate of zero expected for the second quarter of the year, according to an internal estimate, says Der Spiegel magazine.

Swiss students ‘nearly killed’ disabled man in attack

Swiss students ‘nearly killed’ disabled man in attack

The three Swiss students who went on a violent rampage through Munich nearly two weeks ago are being investigated for attempted murder after it emerged their attack was far more brutal than initially reported.

1,500 mourn stabbed Egyptian woman

1,500 mourn stabbed Egyptian woman

Around 1,500 people gathered in Dresden on Saturday to mourn the death of a pregnant Egyptian woman who was stabbed to death in a courtroom by a man who had called her a terrorist for wearing a headscarf.