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German sports car maker Porsche received top US consumer ratings on Friday as it reported a jump in sales and retained its status as a leading profit-machine in the global auto industry.
Serbia downed 10-man Germany 1-0 in Port Elizabeth on Friday, after Miroslav Klose was sent off early in a World Cup match rife with yellow cards.
Bats are among Germany's most endangered animals, but Berlin is home to more of the furry flying mammals than any other central European city. The Local’s Kristen Allen gets face to fangs with the nocturnal beasts to investigate.
While bats are particularly plentiful in Berlin, curious folks around the country can also catch a glimpse of the nocturnal hunters with a little patience and these tips gathered by The Local.
There are many simple things that residents can do to help protect the endangered bat population in Germany. The Local has compiled the most important tips.
The German football team’s second World Cup match takes place during working hours on Friday, but according to a new poll, not all of the country’s employers will allow workers to watch the game on the job.
Exberliner, Berlin's leading English-language magazine, in June heads to a hipster Kreuz-Kölln flea market, goes upmarket in Mitte, and crashes in a jailhouse bed.
Metal thieves disrupted rail traffic between Berlin and Hannover on Friday, stripping some several hundred metres of aerial contact lines and forcing national railway provider Deutsche Bahn to reroute trains.
The lead actor in Bollywood's proposed film on Adolf Hitler that has drawn protests from Jewish groups and condemnation from historians said he has withdrawn from the project.
As Germany's presidential vote draws near, conservative candidate Christian Wulff on Friday called for more cooperation within the ruling centre-right coalition, saying a failure to elect him would send the wrong signal to the public.
An early summer weather pattern known as Schafskälte, or “Sheep’s Chill," is expected to herd chilly polar air into the country over the weekend, the German Weather Service (DWD) said on Friday.
Germany coach Joachim Löw has compared Serbia, his young team's rivals here on Friday, to a boxer who has taken a first punch and is poised to fight back after their loss to Ghana.