With appeals for peace and greater social justice, hundreds of thousands of Christians joined together in Munich on Thursday for Germany's biggest interfaith meeting since the recent Catholic child abuse scandal came to light.
Europe's currency crisis constitutes its “greatest test” since the collapse of communism, Chancellor Angela Merkel warned Thursday, as she called for the eurozone’s economic policies to become more tightly meshed.
The Mosel Valley is known for its scenic views and Riesling vineyards, but plans to build a massive new bridge have brought discord to this idyllic part of Germany. David Wroe reports.
Two Moroccan men set for deportation were in comas Thursday after a fire broke out at the Mannheim prison where they were being held, police have announced.
Germany’s spring will continue to cough and splutter a while longer, with the next few days set to be cool and moody, the German Weather Service (DWD) said Thursday.
The second German Islamic Conference – a key meeting to improve Muslim integration – is set for a shaky start Monday after one of the main Muslim associations abruptly announced this week it was pulling out.
This Week's Highlights: John Malkovich plays a serial killer in Hamburg, Rufus Wainright sings in Munich, and electric Smart cars buzz around Berlin.
Germany start their World Cup preparations with a friendly against Malta on Thursday, but coach Joachim Löw has admitted he may walk away after next month's tournament in South Africa.
Internet users who don’t properly secure their wireless connection with a password can be held partly responsible if third parties use their account to illegally download music, a German court has ruled.
German business software titan SAP announced late on Wednesday that it has agreed to buy California-based Sybase for $5.8 billion (€4.6 billion).
At least one German was among the 103 people killed when a passenger plane crashed in the Libyan capital of Tripoli, authorities announced late Wednesday.