Thousands of people march in world’s longest parade

Thousands of people march in world’s longest parade

Over 10,000 people marched through the streets of Hannover on Sunday in the traditional Schützenausmarsch or Marksmen’s Parade, in what is claimed to be longest parade in the world.

Berlin hosts global climate change summit

Berlin hosts global climate change summit

Berlin hosts an international gathering on climate change on Sunday to prepare the ground for the United Nations summit in South Africa.

Ministers call for Facebook parties ban

Ministers call for Facebook parties ban

After a number of Facebook-oragnized parties that have spun out of control, several state interior ministers are demanding tougher measures, including banning the gatherings in advance.

USA and Sweden advance to World Cup quarter-finals

USA and Sweden advance to World Cup quarter-finals

Group C favourites the United States and Sweden advanced to the quarter-finals of the women's World Cup on Saturday beating Colombia 3-0 and North Korea 1-0 respectively.

Internal documents suggest Bahn hid true costs of Stuttgart 21

Internal documents suggest Bahn hid true costs of Stuttgart 21

Deutsche Bahn did not reveal the true costs of its controversial Stuttgart 21 train station construction project, according to Der Spiegel magazine which has seen internal company documents.

Greenpeace’s Rainbow Warrior III takes shape

Greenpeace’s Rainbow Warrior III takes shape

In a vast hangar in a north German shipyard, environmental pressure group Greenpeace's latest weapon is nearing completion: the state-of-the-art Rainbow Warrior III.