Security lapses found after airport shooting

Security lapses found after airport shooting

Surveillance cameras were reportedly down at Frankfurt Airport when two US soldiers were killed by a suspect Islamist last week, meaning that there are no pictures of the shooting.

Guttenberg affair hits Merkel’s conservatives

Guttenberg affair hits Merkel’s conservatives

The plagiarism scandal that cost former Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg his job has also damaged Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives in a new opinion poll.

Stern journalist detained in China

Stern journalist detained in China

The China correspondent of German news magazine Stern was detained by police on Sunday along with several other foreign journalists while covering a street protest in Shanghai.

Bundeswehr soldiers return from Libya

Bundeswehr soldiers return from Libya

Around 150 Bundeswehr soldiers have returned from Libya following last week's successful evacuation mission.

Partygoers mourn death of man behind Jägermeister success

Partygoers mourn death of man behind Jägermeister success

Jägermeister fans this weekend should raise a glass to a man who not only transformed a little-known tipple into a top-selling liqueur, but also pioneered football shirt sponsorship.

Van Gaal awaits fate as Bayern lose again

Van Gaal awaits fate as Bayern lose again

Louis van Gaal's tenure as Bayern Munich coach was on a knife-edge Saturday after the German giants lost 3-1 to Hannover and his chairman lambasted the team's performance as a "low point."