The head of the European Central Bank stressed on Friday that the global financial crisis was not yet over, requiring eurozone monetary officials in Frankfurt to maintain special support measures despite growing optimism for a recovery in Germany and Europe.
At least 50 insurgents are dead after an altercation firefight that caused two tanker trucks to explode in northern Afghanistan, the German military reported on Friday. The United Nations has called for an investigation due to conflicting reports.
German telecommunications group Deutsche Telekom has opened talks with three potential buyers of its struggling British unit T-Mobile UK, the Financial Times newspaper reported on Friday.
Germany will be treated to a fine dose of Indian summer next week after a cool and rainy weekend, the German Weather Service (DWD) reported on Friday.
A 32-year-old man is dead after he was thrown from a cargo truck that fell from a vehicle transport train on the causeway to the German North Sea island of Sylt.
An exhibition examining the impact of World War II in the developing world has opened in Berlin amid criticism for including Nazi sympathisers.
The practice of requiring struggling students to repeat a school year costs German taxpayers almost €1 billion each year without creating any obvious pedagogical benefits, a new study found this week.
A young German watchmaker is gaining international attention for his one-of-a-kind luxury timepieces using a technique he calls “skeletonising” that is so intricate he finishes just 50 watches per year.
Renewing Germany’s grand coalition government of her Christian Democrats (CDU) and the Social Democrats (SPD) would not provide stability for the nation, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday.
Billed as the longest programme in television history, a 24-hour panorama of work, fame, sex, the arts and poverty in Berlin two decades after the fall of the Wall will premiere on Saturday.