A man who killed and then dismembered his wife, throwing some of her body parts off the roof of a building in central Berlin while their six children cowered in a nearby room, is to be held in a psychiatric institution.
Industrial orders in Germany fell more sharply than expected in April, hit hard by a drop in foreign orders, new data showed on Tuesday.
Luka Rocco Magnotta, the "Canadian Psycho" arrested in Berlin on suspicion of dismembering his lover and posting body parts to politicians, will not fight extradition to Canada, he told a court on Tuesday.
Cologne Cathedral, one of Germany's most magnificent architectural achievements, has been reduced to a grotesque stump by Google's new "World Wonders Project" - to the outrage of the cathedral officials.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told mass-circulation daily Bild on Tuesday that German-supplied submarines were "very important" for his country’s defence.
The German government is planning to introduce the much mooted and sometimes feared "financial transaction tax" by another name – to win opposition support for the Fiscal Pact, a press report said on Tuesday.
In a modified version of the film “Indecent Proposal,” a German couple have auctioned off their wedding night to a stranger – and been offered just €366 for it.
A woman who killed her husband on his wishes in a suicide pact – but survived – has been told she has no rights to a widow's pension, a German court ruling published on Monday revealed.
A German aid worker is thought to be among the fatalities in Sunday’s plane crash in Nigeria when a twin-engine aircraft came down in the city of Lagos.
The "Beatlemania" museum in the northern German city of Hamburg, where the Beatles famously played in nightclubs for two years, says it is closing because not enough people are visiting.