German prosecutors said on Wednesday they have charged two men for exporting equipment to Iran intended for use in making long-range missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads.
A 10-year-old boy pulled a knife on federal police officers in the southern German town of Bad Bellingen on Wednesday after they tried to lecture him for making mischief near train tracks.
German carmaker Daimler on Wednesday launched a new partnership with France's Renault and Japan's Nissan aimed at saving billions of euros and accelerating sales of environmentally friendly electric cars.
Germany is still raking in hundreds of millions of euros from tax dodgers thanks to stolen Liechtenstein bank information purchased in 2008, just as new Swiss data is scaring droves of offenders to turn themselves in.
This month Rhine-online, the Rhineland’s leading English-language website, gazes at the Moon in the Ruhrpott, celebrates style on the streets of Cologne, and dances a little Flamenco in Düsseldorf.
This Week's Highlights: A night of opera and theatre in Berlin, a festival of light in Frankfurt, and the circus comes to Cologne.
Two German women arrested in Britain after allegedly trying to smuggle a dead relative onto a flight to Berlin have insisted they thought the man was simply asleep.
The world's leading luxury car company, BMW, is to join with the SGL Group to build a high-tech carbon fibre factory in the US state of Washington to supply material for electric cars.
Health Minister Philipp Rösler came under heavy criticism on Wednesday for his suggestion to create a university quota to encourage medical students to become country doctors in rural areas struggling to treat their populations.
In the face of growing internet crime, Germany’s professional police association (BDK) wants to create an online emergency call system, a media report said on Wednesday.
The new more restrictive US policy on the use of nuclear weapons is a courageous step towards disarmament, German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said late on Tuesday.