Germans have serious doubts about marriage, monogamy and life-long partnerships, according to a survey released on Thursday.
German chemical and pharmaceutical group Bayer posted an 8.4-percent increase in first-quarter net profit on Thursday while signalling improvement in its agricultural products division.
Germany has joined Israel and the United States in expressing deep scepticism about the reconciliation between former rival Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas, declaring the latter too radical and violent for a peace agreement.
Unemployment in Germany dropped slightly in April, hovering around the lowest level for about 20 years, official statistics showed on Thursday, as Europe's top economy continues to power ahead.
In a crucial decision on surrogate births, a court ruled this week that a child born to a surrogate mother in India has no right to a German passport despite having a German biological father.
Prosecutors on Thursday said they were investigating an anti-Semitic leaflet which was found on the website of a regional Ruhr Valley chapter of Germany's socialist party The Left.
This Week's Highlights: A festival of animated films screens in Stuttgart, a swan of a different stripe dances in Munich, and it's Gallery Weekend in Berlin.
Deutsche Bank, the biggest German bank, posted on Wednesday the second-best quarterly profit in its history, owing in large part to recent acquisitions.
Germany's national railway operator Deutsche Bahn has a serious problem with punctuality – one third of its long-distance trains are late, according to a new survey.
German authorities are reportedly probing the airline Lufthansa for allegedly distorting competition among business travellers.
The anarchist uproar following the eviction of a Berlin squat in January could mean the city faces more leftist violence than usual during this year’s May Day demonstrations. Exberliner magazine's Anne-Lena Mösken spoke to a member of the leftist scene.