Germany’s drug commissioner Mechthild Dyckmans on Friday called on cities and communities to stick to youth protection laws during the Christmas market season and stop young people from drinking the famous mulled wine.
A gang of thieves systematically stole up to €3 million worth of auto parts from the Munich BMW plant and sold them through internet auctions, police said Friday.
The German tax system can be an obstacle to balancing jobs and family life for second-income earners, working mothers and single parents, who are hit hard if they progress to better-paying jobs, a study published Friday found.
A British bishop appealing a German conviction for Holocaust denial has agreed to drop his lawyer with reported links to far-right groups, the breakaway Catholic fraternity he belongs to said Friday.
Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble said on Friday he was opposed to increasing the size of the European Union's crisis bailout fund, calling speculation of such a move "completely over the top."
In the wake of reports that the community around the Asse atomic waste dump in Lower Saxony has suffered a rise in cancer cases, authorities insisted Friday the illnesses were not caused by nuclear contamination.
Family Minister Kristina Schröder slammed on Friday what she sees as a growing tendency to violence stemming from a “macho culture” among young Muslim men.
Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle has welcomed China’s growing power and influence and called on Europe to forge close links with the emerging giant.
Dozens of domestic flights in Germany were set to be cancelled Friday morning after 140 pilots from the Lufthansa regional subsidiary Eurowings walked off the job.
The mediator in the battle over the rail project Stuttgart 21, Heiner Geißler, will recommend changes that could push up the cost of the already pricey project, a media report said on Friday.