Winter is setting in, with more snow and sleet expected in coming days, meanwhile authorities scramble to secure de-icing salt supplies and tighten lax winter tyre rules.
The German foreign ministry said Wednesday it had summoned Pyongyang's ambassador, following North Korea's bombardment of a South Korean border island which killed two marines and two civilians.
Germany's BASF, the world's largest chemicals company, said on Wednesday it has pledged to the 33,000 workers at its main plant at Ludwigshafen not to make any redundancies until 2015.
A fiery Angela Merkel went on the offensive during the parliamentary budget debate Wednesday. As her centre-right coalition’s poll numbers lag, the Chancellor took aim at the increasingly popular Greens.
German firms are the most optimistic they have been since reunification in 1990, a key indicator showed Wednesday, raising hopes Europe's powerhouse could drag the debt-wracked eurozone from the abyss.
A British eurosceptic member of the European Parliament was booted from the chamber on Wednesday morning for hurling Nazi comparisons at a German MP.
Tipped as one of London’s hottest new acts, The Smoke Fairies play Germany this week. Arsalan Mohammad spoke to band member Katherine Blamire about playing live, formative influences, New Orleans and burgers.
Germany's Foreign Ministry has instructed all its overseas embassies to take down portraits of pre-1951 ambassadors to remove any association with the Nazi era.
The suspect in the murder of two teenagers in Bodenfelde plans to confess, his lawyer reportedly said Wednesday, as police revealed he had the ''potential to be a serial killer.''
Labour Minister Ursula von der Leyen called on Wednesday for a minimum wage for temporary jobs in Germany to prevent foreign workers undercutting salaries.
A US jury has ordered German software giant SAP to pay US rival Oracle $1.3 billion in damages in a record-setting copyright infringement award.