German President Christian Wulff on Tuesday honoured Jews who fought and died in the 1943 Warsaw ghetto uprising against the Nazis, 40 years after a landmark tribute by his nation's chancellor Willy Brandt.
German industrial orders rose by 1.6 percent in October from their level in September, Economy Ministry data showed on Tuesday, slightly below analyst expectations.
German luxury car maker Daimler said Tuesday it would invest in a South African plant to produce the popular Mercedes-Benz Class C auto, of which a new generation is planned for 2014.
Germany is to double the amount of money it gives to Jewish Holocaust survivors for elderly home care, bringing the total to €110 million next year, as a wave of former victims reaches very old age.
A major WikiLeaks donor is in trouble in Germany for not filing its accounts on time, but tax authorities insisted Tuesday this was unrelated to its ties to the controversial web organisation.
Berlin’s Charité Hospital has achieved a world-first by creating MRI images of a baby being born in order to provide extraordinary insights into the birthing process.
German parents need not panic about their children being exposed to internet pornography, according to a new study, which found that just one in 20 youths stumbled onto sexual content on the web in the past year.
Germany celebrated 175 years of train travel on Tuesday with the anniversary of the maiden journey of the steam locomotive “Adler” between Nuremberg and Fürth in 1835.
Exberliner, Berlin’s leading English-language magazine, in December tells you where to get your Glühwein on, hits the ice rink, and tries to be charitable for the holidays.
Germany's school standards have improved slightly after a dismal performance a decade ago but are still mediocre when compared with other developed countries, the latest PISA international tests showed Tuesday.
A fire at a Würzburg retirement home killed three people and injured another six overnight, Bavarian police said Tuesday. The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
The Berlin Film Festival has invited outspoken Iranian film-maker Jafar Panahi, who was jailed for three months for work deemed "anti-regime," to serve on its jury in February.