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Düsseldorf court releases suspect in 'suicide bomb plot' over lack of evidence - World News
Düsseldorf court releases suspect in 'suicide bomb plot' over lack of evidence 1 day ago
A German court said on Wednesday it is releasing one of three suspected jihadists arrested for allegedly planning coordinated suicide bombings in the western German city of Düsseldorf.
Transgender troops — how open is Germany's army? -World News
Transgender troops — how open is Germany's army? 1 day ago
A US court has ruled that transgender recruits can serve in the military. Germany's Bundeswehr took that step years ago. How did it get there? And how well accepted are homosexual and transsexual troops really?
German government criticized over terror victims compensation -World News
German government criticized over terror victims compensation 1 day ago
One year on from the Christmas market terrorist attack, people affected are set to get more money and better help. It's the latest step in efforts to make up for a poor initial response to the tragic events in Berlin.
Germany to boost support for victims after criticism over handling of terrorist attack -World News
Germany to boost support for victims after criticism over handling of terrorist attack 2 days ago
The German government said on Wednesday it would ramp up support for relatives of victims of attacks, after facing accusations of insensitive handling of last year's Christmas market assault.
Why the new Berlin-Munich rail line has got off to such a bad start -World News
Why the new Berlin-Munich rail line has got off to such a bad start 2 days ago
Since the new express line between Germany’s two most prominent cities opened on Sunday, it has been hit with delays, breakdowns and cancellations. Here are some reasons why.
Dutch to join Austria in battle against Germany's 'foreigner' road toll -World News
Dutch to join Austria in battle against Germany's 'foreigner' road toll 2 days ago
The Netherlands said Wednesday it will join Austria in dragging Germany before Europe's top court in an increasingly bitter battle over Berlin's controversial plan to impose tolls on its motorways.
Sweden's 'Laser Man' killer goes on trial in Germany -World News
Sweden's 'Laser Man' killer goes on trial in Germany 2 days ago
John Ausonius, one of Sweden's most notorious far-right killers has appeared in court in Germany for the first day of the trial over the murder of an Auschwitz survivor in Frankfurt 25 years ago.
Everything you need to know about having a baby in Germany -World News
Everything you need to know about having a baby in Germany 2 days ago
Big life moments such as child birth can seem overwhelming in a foreign country, especially one as bureaucratic as Germany. But learn the ropes and you'll see that this is an excellent place to be pregnant.
Spiegel hits back at Morrissey by publishing audio of controversial interview -World News
Spiegel hits back at Morrissey by publishing audio of controversial interview 2 days ago
After the German magazine Spiegel published an interview with reclusive pop singer Morrissey he claimed they had fabricated quotes. Now they have published the audio online.
Head of German Jewish Council calls for stronger laws against anti-Semitic protests -World News
Head of German Jewish Council calls for stronger laws against anti-Semitic protests 2 days ago
The call follows incidents of protesters burning an Israeli flag in response to the US decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Some conservative lawmakers also want to see legal changes.
'Burning a flag is like burning one's own integrity,' says Israeli ambassador to Germany -World News
'Burning a flag is like burning one's own integrity,' says Israeli ambassador to Germany 2 days ago
Recent protests in Germany witnessed some demonstrators burning Israeli flags or imitations thereof. Speaking to DW, Ambassador Jeremy Issacharoff gave his reaction to the demonstrations.
German parliament's plan to give automatic pay raises to MPs criticized -World News
German parliament's plan to give automatic pay raises to MPs criticized 2 days ago
Germany's parliament is planning to go ahead with regulations that would enable lawmakers to receive automatic pay raises over the next four years. Critics point out the raises wouldn't be transparent to taxpayers.
Germany's Angela Merkel and SPD start grand coalition talks -World News
Germany's Angela Merkel and SPD start grand coalition talks 2 days ago
Germany's conservative and Social Democratic leaders are meeting to discuss the possibility of forming a new "grand coalition" government. After initial cold feet from the SPD, what are the chances of success?
Berlin: Hanukkah lights and anti-Israel demonstrations -World News
Berlin: Hanukkah lights and anti-Israel demonstrations 2 days ago
In Berlin, the first candle of the city's massive Hanukkah menorah has been lit to mark the traditional start of the Festival of Lights. At the same time, Palestinians and Arabs held anti-Israel protests in the capital.
Angela Merkel makes surprise visit to site of Berlin Christmas market attack -World News
Angela Merkel makes surprise visit to site of Berlin Christmas market attack 2 days ago
Shortly before the anniversary of the 2016 Berlin terror attack, Chancellor Angela Merkel has paid a surprise visit to Breitscheidtplatz's Christmas market. Survivors recently criticized Merkel's handling of the attack.
German soldier charged with plotting to kill politicians while posing as refugee -World News
German soldier charged with plotting to kill politicians while posing as refugee 2 days ago
A soldier in the Bundeswehr has been charged with planning to carry out attacks on high-ranking political figures and frame refugees for the crimes. The justice minister was among those on his hit list.
German doctor lodges petition to change abortion law -World News
German doctor lodges petition to change abortion law 2 days ago
A doctor fined for "advertising" abortions has presented a petition with 150,000 signatures to Parliament, demanding Germany's law be changed. Kristina Hänel says women have the right to information about the procedure.
Refugee helpers in Germany sued for helping refugees -World News
Refugee helpers in Germany sued for helping refugees 2 days ago
German refugee helpers who guaranteed the living costs of Syrian refugees are being forced to pay back costs by job centers. Refugee organizations say people are being punished for showing humanity.
EU gives easyJet green light to take on Lufthansa in German skies -World News
EU gives easyJet green light to take on Lufthansa in German skies 2 days ago
The EU approved Tuesday the purchase of bankrupt carrier Air Berlin's operations at the German capital's Tegel Airport by British low-cost carrier easyJet.
Shocked girl finds grandad’s gravestone used as prop at Bavarian theme park -World News
Shocked girl finds grandad’s gravestone used as prop at Bavarian theme park 2 days ago
A 13-year-old girl made a macabre discovery at the Geiselwind theme park when she came across the gravestone of a deceased family member at a 'horror house' attraction.
German tractor driver mows down six speed cameras -World News
German tractor driver mows down six speed cameras 2 days ago
One man's late night ride on his tractor could end up costing him big, after German police say he drove over six different speed cameras. Authorities estimated that the damages could run into hundreds of thousands.
Germany’s property boom will keep on going, experts predict -World News
Germany’s property boom will keep on going, experts predict 2 days ago
The state authority which studies house prices concluded in a report released on Tuesday that the property boom that has seen a dramatic rise in real estate investment over the past two years is set to continue.
'Treated like criminals': two tourists describe their ordeal with Munich ticket inspectors -World News
'Treated like criminals': two tourists describe their ordeal with Munich ticket inspectors 2 days ago
When Stephanie Marcello and her family returned to the airport after their holiday in Munich, they were left confused and angry by the 'intimidating' way ticket collectors pressed them into paying a €120 fine.
Heavy rain and strong winds on the way for much of Germany -World News
Heavy rain and strong winds on the way for much of Germany 2 days ago
The German Weather Service (DWD) predicts that the next few days will see variable, windy and wet weather across the country with possible flooding in some rivers.
What you should know about gift-giving in the German workplace -World News
What you should know about gift-giving in the German workplace 3 days ago
From football game tickets to a bottle of wine, giving and receiving gifts especially around Christmas time is common in business relationships. But do so with caution as there can be consequences that come with it.