Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi vowed on Thursday to change Italy’s “nightmare” statute of limitation rules after the conviction of a Swiss billionaire related to nearly 3,000 asbestos deaths was overturned.
The Constitutional Court on Thursday ruled that the Catholic Church has the right to dismiss employees who remarry after divorcing.
Following earlier reports of poor hygiene, the fast food giant announced Wednesday that it was terminating contracts for 89 franchised outlets because of continued poor treatment of staff.
Despite injuries on the injuries on the German side, the makeshift National team still proved too much for the Spaniards, thanks to a late goal by a relative veteran.
With six weeks left of the German military (Bundeswehr) deployment to Afghanistan, the government is already planning the training mission which will follow.
With tensions high between Russia and the West over Ukraine, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier is in Moscow for high-level talks.
The German economy, Europe’s biggest, will continue to show little sparkle at least until the end of the year, the central bank (Bundesbank) predicted on Monday.
A lawyer for one of Germany’s most prominent former business executives has said his jail sentence is to be taken to appeal. Former Arcandor CEO Thomas Middelhoff was convicted of embezzlement and tax evasion on Friday.
New data released from the 2013 Microcensus showed that one in five Germans are from a migration background, Destatis announced.
Politicians in Frankfurt city hall are opening up the debate to legalizing cannabis in the city on Monday. Will other cities soon follow suit?