An American attack jet crashed in Germany’s western Eifel region on Friday near Laufeld. The pilot was able to eject and has been taken to a nearby hospital.
German stock exchange operator Deutsche Börse insisted Friday its mooted merger with the New York Stock Exchange was the better deal after a rival bid emerged from Nasdaq and ICE.
After a decade as chairman of the Free Democratic Party (FDP), Guido Westerwelle is considering bowing to intense pressure and stepping down in the wake of poor election performances, media reported Friday.
Germany captain Michael Ballack has been fined €8,000 for yelling “Scheiß FC Köln” – a chant his Bayer Leverkusen club supporters hurl at their traditional rivals – through a megaphone.
Berlin Zoo's superstar polar bear Knut died from drowning after swelling in the brain caused him to collapse and fall into the pool in his enclosure, preliminary autopsy results showed Friday.
Rail operator Deutsche Bahn and the city of Stuttgart are reportedly discussing exit strategies from the €4.1-billion Stuttgart 21 project in the wake of the radically changed political climate following Sunday’s state election in Baden-Württemberg.
German authorities caught a record number of people cheating the Hartz IV welfare benefits system last year, according to a Friday news report.
Berlin’s party scene is holding a benefit event for the family of Frank Barnes, a British robot builder whose partner suffered serious injuries in childbirth. Hannah Cleaver has the details.
Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle has joined with China in calling for a ceasefire in Libya and insisting that the situation cannot be solved by “military means.”
Energy company RWE has become the first firm to launch a legal challenge against the Merkel government’s controversial three-month suspension of older nuclear reactors.
The skinless body of Berlin's beloved polar bear Knut will be plasticized and put on display by the notorious German anatomist Gunther von Hagens known as “Dr Death” – zoo officials announced on Friday.
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