European Union investigators are reported to have uncovered major deficits in security checks at Germany’s biggest airport, Deutsche Welle reports. The EU has so far declined to comment on the report.
Linus Jansen, 18, of Frankfurt, Germany, is living in a homeless shelter on Manhattan’s Upper West Side with 14 Jewish men and women, all aged 60 or older, as part of his own faith’s quest to atone for the Holocaust.
In light of recent marches by the controversial PEGIDA movement, Germany’s Central Council of Jews (ZdJ) has come to the defense of Muslims in Germany. Chairman Josef Schuster has warned to not underestimate the group.
The magical atmosphere of Germany’s Christmas markets attracts more than 80 million visitors a year, figures show.
Gay and childless heterosexual German couples seeking to have children by non-traditional means have gained a small victory. If the surrogacy is done abroad, authorities must recognize the couple as the legal parents.
The German Ethics Council agreed with the Federal Medical Council Friday that doctors should not routinely be asked to help patients commit suicide.
A World War Two U.S. Navy captain who was never given the credit for sinking a German U-boat off the Louisiana coast in 1942, has been vindicated 72 years later.
Former MP and SPD member Sebastian Edathy testified Thursday before the Bundestag. The main question is whether he knew he was being investigated for possession of child porn.
Austria has filed a lawsuit against BayernLB on the grounds that it believes it was misled by the German lender over the true financial state of the Hypo Alpe Adria bank, which had to be nationalised in 2009.
Germany hailed President Barack Obama decision announced Wednesday to restore diplomatic links between Washington and Havana, after 18 months of behind-the-scenes talks – including those at the Vatican.