A foreign memorabilia collector ordered last week's theft of the notorious Arbeit macht frei sign from Auschwitz concentration camp, Polish police said Tuesday.
The drowned body of a 22-year-old American teacher who went missing a month ago in Frankfurt has been found in the Rhine River, police announced on Tuesday.
The chilly weather of the last week may bring rewards after all, with Germany set for a white Christmas - at least in some parts of the country, forecasters said Tuesday.
Prospects for Europe's biggest economy look gloomier in 2010 as consumer sentiment, business investment and borrowing polls warn of weak patches following the worst recession since World War II.
Delays at Frankfurt airport continued on Tuesday, with 140 flights axed from the schedule by midday.
More and more adults in Germany are writing to Santa – and the official Christmas post offices that deal with the mail are not amused.
Coffee lovers have been overpaying in Germany, the competition watchdog announced this week as it slapped fines totalling €159.5 million on three of the country’s biggest coffee makers, Tchibo, Melitta and Dallmayr.
Still not sure what to cook for Christmas? Try some of these German recipes collected by Deutsch Perfekt magazine.
Families who bring Christmas trees into their homes should watch out for ticks this holiday season because the tiny blood-sucking, disease-ridden creatures often survive winter temperatures, German daily Bild reported on Monday.
Employees in Germany would have to pay much more towards unemployment insurance under a new plan to slash the government deficit, daily Süddeutsche Zeitung reported Tuesday.
German authorities on Monday again rebuffed Egyptian claims to the rightful ownership of a 3,400-year-old bust of Queen Nefertiti, after a high-level meeting in Cairo.
More than 3,000 travellers spent Monday night at the Frankfurt airport after runways were closed down because of snow and ice.