Germany has halted a three-decade-long decline in its birth rate, with data showing that the trend has started to reverse, statisticians said Friday.
Activists from the online campaign group Avaaz tore down a cardboard wall near the site of the former Berlin Wall on Friday to urge American expats in Germany to vote against Republican nominee Donald Trump in the U.S. election on Nov. 8.
The latest poll showed on Friday that 16 percent of respondents would vote for the populist Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) party in a national election – a 2 percent increase from the last poll on September 1st.
German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel urged Russia to show more cooperation in peace talks for Syria. He also opened negotiations on a number of trade deals while in Moscow.
A new report shows that more than half a million people who had their asylum applications rejected are still living in Germany, three-quarters of whom have been in the country for more than six years.
Reports in German media suggest carmaker Volkswagen’s luxury Audi subsidiary was more deeply involved in the Dieselgate emissions-cheating scandal than was previously known.
Though American phenom Christian Politic came off at halftime as a starter for Borussia Dortmund, his growing profile in the Bundesliga is the lead in the story of a surge of American influence in one’s of the world’s best leagues.
The federal government has released its latest evaluation on the country’s status, 26 years after reunification. Leaders are worried about rising xenophobia and lagging economic progress in the east.
President Barack Obama made a special thank you to Chancellor Angela Merkel and Germany on Tuesday at the United Nations, praising her for doing “the right thing”.
At issue is whether Germany should impose a cap on asylum seekers. But will a compromise really reestablish harmony and security?