More than half German parents still hit their children, and a new survey shows that boys are hit twice as often as girls, although most parents feel terrible afterwards.
More and more Germans are grabbing a fifteen-minute falafel at their desks for lunch – rather than taking an hour for a proper plate of schnitzel and chips, like in the good old days - a new survey says.
German tourists are "afraid" to come to Greece due to widespread anger at EU-mandated austerity cuts that have left the country in a deep recession, the Greek culture minister said on Monday.
Commuters driving into Berlin on Monday morning were hindered not only by the usual road works, but a 13-kilometre oil leak which fire fighters rushed to cover to prevent an accident.
Germany’s women are in the spotlight this week - having recently dealt with the sexy men, this edition of The Local List features a selection of the country’s most delectable ladies.
German schools are only good in areas where they are unfair – and where they are fair, they are generally no good, according to a damning report published on Monday by the Bertelsmann Foundation.
Officials in southern Germany whose speed trap was smashed into by a car turned it into a bird house – and say it is now home to a family of great tits.
Daimler’s Wikipedia page has been altered – removing criticism of the firm’s lobbying work - from an IP address belonging to the company, it was reported on Monday.
Munich police have made three arrests in their hunt for an international rhino horn robbery ring which has been stealing from museums, auction houses and zoos across Europe.
Chancellor Angela Merkel called into question Germany's planned pullout from Afghanistan as she made a surprise trip to the war-torn country on Monday, a day after a US soldier massacred 16 civilians.