Demonstrators allowed to protest neo-Nazi march

Demonstrators allowed to protest neo-Nazi march

A last-minute court ruling enabled around 1,000 people to take part in a demonstration in Lower Saxony on Saturday to protest an annual march by neo-Nazis.

Werder Bremen dismisses Real Madrid’s bid for Özil

Werder Bremen dismisses Real Madrid’s bid for Özil

Spanish giants Real Madrid failed on Friday in a bid to persuade Werder Bremen to part with German World Cup sensation Mesut Özil, with their offer dismissed as "unacceptable."

Ullrich could be charged after court says he paid doping doctor

Ullrich could be charged after court says he paid doping doctor

Former cycling champion Jan Ullrich could face renewed criminal charges after a civil judge ruled that he had paid €55,000 to a doping doctor – despite having denied the payment on oath in court.

Leftist politician accused of illegally selling machine guns

Leftist politician accused of illegally selling machine guns

Germany’s socialist party The Left, has been hit by an embarrassing scandal, with a mid-ranking functionary charged with illegal trade in military weapons.

Jobs unfilled as Germans fail to qualify yet foreigners unwelcome

Jobs unfilled as Germans fail to qualify yet foreigners unwelcome

A third of German businesses cannot fill open jobs with suitable candidates, as most of those applying are not qualified enough and in many cases simply no-one is trying to get the work.

Stuttgart station human chain draws 20,000

Stuttgart station human chain draws 20,000

Around 20,000 people demonstrated against the tearing down of Stuttgart’s central train station on Friday evening, forming a human chain around the building before marching to the city hall to protest.