Lufthansa, Europe's biggest airline by passenger numbers, said Wednesday it would raise the price of most flights but partially offset the increase by lowering fuel surcharges.
Every fifth German wants embattled Chancellor Angela Merkel to resign and call new elections, and a whopping 86 percent of them are unhappy with her government, new polls showed Wednesday.
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General Motors ended its quest for state aid from EU government for its troubled German unit Opel on Wednesday, saying it now had the financial firepower to finance a restructuring itself.
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The armed man who took hostages at a Leipzig clothing store on Tuesday was trying to draw attention to his suffering through alleged medical malpractice, the city’s public prosecutor’s office said on Wednesday.
The classic German motorcycle brand Horex has been resurrected and the newly re-founded company plans to put out a new bike by the end of 2011.
Two teenagers have been nabbed for attempting to blind pilots landing at the Hamburg Airport with a laser pointer this week after being hunted down by a police helicopter.
Controversial former Augsburg bishop Walter Mixa, who resigned over allegations of child abuse and misusing Catholic Church funds, said Wednesday he was forced out and plans to have his case investigated by the Vatican.
Germany honoured former German President Horst Köhler during an official farewell ceremony on Tuesday night, during which he defended his surprise resignation last month.
Commerzbank, Germany's second-largest bank, unveiled its new logo on Tuesday but said it was unable to attach it to one of the towers of its headquarters due to peregrine falcons.