Munich will not host of the 2018 Winter Olympics, with games officials announcing Wednesday that the South Korean city of Pyeongchang's bid had been successful.
Nearly slain by a racist killer in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Rais Bhuiyan is now hoping to prevent the man's execution on Texas' death row. On Wednesday, he even asked for the German government for help.
Frankfurt prosecutors announced Wednesday that nationwide police raids had brought down a major fraud scheme based on buying the latest mobile phones overseas without paying sales tax and then reselling them in Germany.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble said on Wednesday he wanted to "break" the power of ratings' agencies and "limit" their influence after controversial decisions in the eurozone debt crisis.
Nearly a year after 21 people were killed in a crowd crush at Germany's Love Parade music festival, the mayor of the host city Duisburg has apologised to victims and families, and acknowledged some blame for the tragedy.
Chancellor Angela Merkel’s cabinet on Wednesday signed off on budgetary plans that would see Germany’s deficit drop to €27.2 billion next year and cut taxes and social security contributions in 2013.
What does Germany’s modernist Bauhaus movement have to do with the housing estate down your street? Siobhan Dowling heads to Dessau to find out.
Three players from Bundesliga club 1. FC Kaiserslautern are reportedly being investigated by police on suspicion of drunk driving and committing a hit and run accident.
A United Nations report has ripped into Germany’s social policies, saying the nation's poor and immigrants continue to suffer greatly.
Germany, France and Poland have joined forces to form a joint European combat group that will be ready to deploy in crisis zones from 2013.
Germany beat France 4-2 to finish top of Group A as French goalkeeper Berangere Sapowicz became the first player sent off at the Women's World Cup on Tuesday.