German Chancellor Angela Merkel was set to hold an emergency telephone conference with her French and Spanish counterparts on Friday amid fears that jittery financial markets could threaten the eurozone and damage the global economy.
Staying in an apartment can make a trip to Berlin more fun and more economical. Here's how to go about it.
The definition of what it means to be German slowly appears to be changing – and that’s a good thing, according to The Local’s Marc Young.
The hunt for the man who police say shot and killed two women and seriously injured a man in Berlin on Thursday, has gone nationwide, after authorities admitted they could not find him – and that he was still armed.
After a brief respite of summery weather early this week, Germany is approaching another stormy, wet weekend - followed by a sharp drop in temperatures come Monday.
One week before Germany marks the 50th anniversary of the construction of the Berlin Wall, newly uncovered photos offer an unprecedented glimpse of the communist eastern side looking to the free west.
Heavy metal fans have descended on a small town in Schleswig-Holstein for the 22nd annual Wacken Open Air. With Ozzy Osbourne, Motörhead and Judas Priest headlining, the three-day festival's 75,000 tickets have been sold out for months.
German insurance giant Allianz said Friday that its second-quarter net profit fell seven percent to €1.07 billion ($1.5 billion) after a large charge on the value of its Greek bond holdings.
Animal rights activists are racing to try to find an escaped cow before hunters do - after Bavarian authorities issued an order to get her dead or alive.
Borussia Dortmund coach Jürgen Klopp is hoping for another impressive display from Japan winger Shinji Kagawa when the defending champions kick off the new Bundesliga season on Friday night.
Discussions surrounding a possible ban of Germany's neo-Nazi National Democratic Party (NPD) have taken a major step forward after the Interior Ministry agreed to participate in a working group to look into the matter.
Lower prices are helping Volkswagen make progress toward the German automaker's plan to quadruple sales in the US market, its top US executive says.
Economists are warning of the possibility of a new global financial crisis after stock markets around the world, including in Germany, crashed on Thursday.