A parliamentary committee has approved a special law to allow the confiscation of the house where Adolf Hitler was born from its current owner.
Brussels now says Germany can proceed with a road charging plan accused of being disciminatory to foreign drivers. The European Union blocked the scheme until Berlin offered a fairer alternative.
A.P. Moller-Maersk has agreed to buy German rival container shipping line Hamburg Süd, sending shares in the Danish shipping company up nearly 5 percent.
Sunday’s run-off election of Federal President is gaining international attention for it may answer the question of whether the international success of rightwing populism will continue
Days before Austrians vote in the re-run of the presidential election, the Norbert Hofer has told other politicians from the Freedom Party (FPÖ) to avoid wearing a blue cornflower in their buttonholes.
Prosecutors have issued an arrest warrant for the 51-year-old convert to Islam. The former bank employee had been hired to monitor growing extremism in Germany.
The House of Representatives in the Netherlands has voted in favor of prohibiting the face-covering burqa and niqab in some public places. The government has insisted the move is soley for security purposes.
The German government has been accused of interference in the US elections after the Clinton Foundation listed it among donors that contributed up to $5 million.
The death of ex-Cuban leader Fidel Castro has jogged memories of his gift of an uninhabited island to his then communist allies in East Berlin. Ernst Thälmann Island was named in 1972 after the German politician.
The two candidates in Austria’s longest ever presidential race clashed on Sunday over the European Union, Donald Trump, and migrants as they faced off in a TV duel a week before the runoff.