A commission has apparently dismissed accusations against the Gorch Fock's commander, who was suspended amid scandalous revelations involving misconduct onboard the elite navy training vessel, according to a new report.
Four people were killed and 11 others injured after a vehicle smashed into a group of pedestrians in Hamburg's Eppendorf neighbourhood on Saturday afternoon. Police said the car ran a red light and collided with another vehicle before overturning into the crowd.
Hamburg announced the sacking of coach Armin Veh on Sunday, a day after the side suffered a humiliating 6-0 reverse to Bayern Munich.
Ten German employees of nuclear giant Areva were conducting maintenance work at Japan's Fukushima plant during Friday's massive earthquake, according to a Sunday report. A company spokesman said the men immediately left the site.
German banks including the Bundesbank have frozen over €10 billion in Libyan assets following a European Union decision, news magazine Der Spiegel reported in its edition to be published Monday.
Following an emergency meeting with German cabinet members on Saturday, Chancellor Angela Merkel announced a safety inspection of nuclear power plants in Germany, as a blast at Japan's Fukushima plant raised fears of a meltdown.