John Demjanjuk, a 90-year-old accused of helping murder of 27,900 Jews as a guard at a Nazi death camp, denied the charges Tuesday in the first statement since his trial began in November.
The Free Democrats, Chancellor Angela Merkel’s junior coalition partners, on Tuesday presented a greatly scaled-down tax reform proposal aimed at simplifying Germany’s tax system and providing billions in tax relief.
Some German meat producers are swindling their customers, probably using a “meat glue” to adhere various bits of cold cuts together, a media report said this week.
Germany defender Jerome Boateng is set to join English Premier League side Manchester City from Bundesliga club Hamburg for €12.5 million, it was reported on Tuesday.
The house in the Bavarian town of Marktl am Inn where Pope Benedict XVI was born has been vandalised just three days before his 83rd birthday, local authorities reported on Tuesday.
Deutsche Telekom’s unit T-Systems announced on Tuesday it had won a €100-million deal to build a telecommunications network for UK-based travel company TUI.
A shortage of used paper in Germany is forcing cardboard prices to skyrocket and having a dramatic affect on the entire packaging industry, a media report said on Tuesday.
This month Exberliner, Berlin's leading English-language magazine, gets literary, goes retro and comes up smelling like roses.
Breakdancing combines with Bach in Berlin this month as an award-winning dance group and an avant-garde musical director put an ultra-modern spin on the German composer's almost 300-year-old music.
Leader of the opposition Social Democrats Sigmar Gabriel warned Chancellor Angela Merkel that she should take back her acknowledgement that Bundeswehr troops are engaged in a “war” in Afghanistan – or risk having to create a new parliamentary mandate.
A collection of 300-year-old shoes has been found walled into a Gothic tower at a palace in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, regional authorities said late on Monday.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel called for better legal instruments to ensure the security of nuclear materials and prevent the construction of so-called dirty bombs at a summit in Washington, DC on Monday night.