Portugal, the third eurozone country to ask for a financial bailout, should first sell its gold reserves, a German member of parliament suggested on Thursday.
Two weeks after a brutal attack at a Berlin metro station, the main 18-year-old suspect has been officially charged with severely assaulting the victim.
A court in Germany's most populous state, North Rhine-Westphalia, on Thursday confirmed a ruling banning people on the dole from betting on sporting events.
The Church of Scientology is losing members in Germany but is campaigning to recruit more followers and increase its size, the German government says.
The German government is reportedly considering splashing out billions of subsidies for e-mobility efforts in order to help meet its goal of getting a million electric cars on the nation's streets by 2020.
This Week's Highlights: A Long Night of Museums in Frankfurt, a birthday party for a harbour in Hamburg, and drawings from the Museum of Modern Art are on display in Berlin.
The first of two Nord Stream gas pipelines, due to pump gas from Russia to Germany by way of the Baltic Sea, bypassing Eastern Europe, has been completed, the consortium building it announced on Thursday.
Staff at Berlin’s botanical gardens on Thursday were eagerly awaiting the blooming of a rare giant flower smelling of rotting flesh.
Germany's Free Democratic Party (FDP), Chancellor Angela Merkel's junior coalition partner, is reportedly losing members and revenue.
An ongoing row between alpine ski stars Maria Riesch of Germany and Lindsey Vonn of the US hit more bumpy terrain Wednesday when Riesch's manager and husband accused the American of lying.
Berlin on Thursday kicks off celebrations for the 125th anniversary of Kurfürstendamm, the German capital’s answer to the Champs-Élysées. Special events will highlight the history of the legendary boulevard all summer long.