Joerg Howe, a spokesman for Daimler, said the company was cooperating with US authorities but declined to comment further.
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump’s explanation of his foreign policy got a polite but decidedly critical reception from Berlin on Thursday.
German satirical TV shows seem to be in the crosshairs of many people these days, in particular outside the country. Jan Böhmermann raised hackles in Turkey with a lewd poem – here’s a spoof that angered Austrians.
UN chief Ban Ki-moon has criticized the “increasingly restrictive” refugee policies imposed by EU nations. On Wednesday, politicians in Austria further tightened asylum restrictions.
Austria is making preparations to build a 400 meter-long fence at its Brenner border with Italy which will be erected if Italy does not cooperate, according to regional police.
The man formerly responsible for planning Berlin’s much-delayed international airport has claimed the air hub will never open, after a series of failures have left city authorities red faced.
France has beaten Japan and Germany to win a $40 billion deal to build 12 submarines for Australia, one of the world’s most lucrative defense contracts, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced on Tuesday.
Germany’s Chancellor chaired a meeting Tuesday after which the government decided on new incentives for buyers of electric cars. But the fight between ministers and the auto industry is far from over.
Investigations have been opened in Munich against four journalists and an activist for publishing secret information about an illegal Heckler & Koch arms sale. Their attorney condemned the move as an “Erdogan virus.”
State prosecutors plan to interview TV satirist Jan Böhmermann before deciding whether to go ahead with a case against him under a little-used law against insulting foreign heads of state.