The proposed publication of Hitler's Mein Kampf in Germany has sparked outrage and worries it would give voice to neo-Nazis. But The Local’s Moises Mendoza argues it is time for the country to fight extremism by supporting free speech.
A Catholic priest found guilty of over 250 charges of sexual abuse towards young boys has been sentenced to six years in prison, a German court announced on Thursday.
The proposed merger of Deutsche Börse and NYSE Euronext, which would create the world's largest market operator worth over $17 billion (€13 billion) is in trouble, a senior executive was reported as saying on Thursday.
Prominent US investor George Soros launched a devastating broadside against the Germany's handling of the European debt crisis, saying the eurozone was on a “self-destructive” course.
The number of children living on state benefits in Germany has dropped significantly in the past five years, it was reported Thursday.
It was supposed to be simple email: But after a German parliament staffer's missive accidentally was sent to thousands of her colleagues, their responses overloaded Bundestag computers on Wednesday.
Germany's former ice-skating Olympic champion Katarina Witt has made peace with British skier Chemmy Alcott after making her cry by calling her a “pretty big woman” on a UK television show.
Germany’s Federal Administrative Court ruled Wednesday that police can film on Hamburg’s Reeperbahn red light district for crime prevention purposes, ending a legal dispute closely watched by privacy advocates.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned that Germany was not prepared to expose itself to further damage on the markets in order to save the eurozone as the IMF called for a pooling of rescue funds.
Germany’s handball team, considered one of the best in the world, suffered a double-defeat Wednesday evening: Elimination from the European Handball Championship and a lost chance to go to the London Summer Olympic Games.
A British publisher has backtracked on plans to sell excerpts of Mein Kampf in Germany in the face of strong public pressure and a court ruling forbidding it’s publication.