Erdogan blasts Merkel for comments on Turkish Cyprus

Erdogan blasts Merkel for comments on Turkish Cyprus

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has asked German Chancellor Angela Merkel to apologise following her criticism of Turkish policies in the Cyprus conflict, in remarks published on Saturday.

Another 1,000 farms closed for dioxin

Another 1,000 farms closed for dioxin

Nearly another 1,000 German farms have been closed as the scope of the dioxin animal feed scandal continues to widen, the government confirmed on Saturday.

BND files show war criminal Barbie was their agent after the war

BND files show war criminal Barbie was their agent after the war

Klaus Barbie, the Nazi war criminal known as the ‘butcher of Lyon’ for his hideous treatment of Jewish prisoners, was paid by the German intelligence services for political information during the 1960s, according to Der Spiegel.

British undercover cop could face German law

British undercover cop could face German law

A British undercover policeman, who spent years infiltrating left-wing and environmental groups across Europe and then switched sides, could face prosecution in Germany.

Farmers call for action amid €100 mln losses

Farmers call for action amid €100 mln losses

German farmers reckon the dioxin contamination scandal is going to cost them around €100 million from reduced consumption and lower prices on eggs and pork.

Schröder calls for kindergartens to have male workers

Schröder calls for kindergartens to have male workers

German Family Minister Kristina Schröder has unveiled plans to train jobless men to work as nursery helpers, with the aim of having at least one man at each kindergarten in the future.

Dortmund extends league lead to 13 points

Dortmund extends league lead to 13 points

Borussia Dortmund extended their lead at the top of the Bundesliga to 13 points on Friday, blitzing second-placed Bayer Leverkusen with three goals in just six minutes for an impressive 3-1 away win.