The German city of Dresden is mulling ways to honour a pregnant Egyptian woman stabbed to death in a courtroom in the city, a killing which has sparked anger in the Muslim world, a spokesman said Tuesday.
If sitting down at your desk in Germany this morning felt somehow different, it’s perhaps because you’re no longer working for the taxman.
Military officials are scrambling to find another place for the Luftwaffe to get hands-on training on home terrain after a series of lawsuits forced them away from the proposed “Bombodrom” on the border of Brandenburg and Mecklenberg Western-Pomerania.
German carmaker, which turns 100 on Thursday, has visions of becoming the world's leading luxury car producer despite friction between its parent company Volkswagen and VW shareholder Porsche.
Hundreds of Tamil activists protested the Sri Lankan government’s new choice for deputy ambassador to Germany in Frankfurt on Monday, alleging that Major General Jagath Dias is a war criminal.
Roger Boyes, the Berlin correspondent of British daily The Times, expresses concern about the titillating yet terrifying prospect of a “super nanny” state in Germany.
Seven students from the state of Hesse have brought home an unwelcome souvenir from their graduation vacation to the Spanish island of Mallorca – swine flu.
A hot air balloon landing caused a four-hour power outage when it became entangled with a power line while landing on Monday night near Kevelear in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
Gustav Schäfer, the drummer for German teenie pop band Tokio Hotel, was briefly admitted to the hospital over the weekend after getting in a bar fight in his hometown Magdeburg, according to daily Bild.
Germany’s most modern laboratory for research involving extremely dangerous biological agents opened in Hamburg on Tuesday.
The German autobahn may have a global reputation for speed, but new numbers show the famous highways are anything but the fastest in the world.