A 14-year-old boy was arrested in Lower Austria as a suspected jihadist on Tuesday evening. Michaela Schnell, director of public prosecution for St. Pölten, confirmed the arrest on Tuesday, according to the Austrian Press Agency (APA). Currently, police and prosecutors are actively investigating the case, and refuse to comment further. The Kronen Zeitung newspaper reported […]
A thief in central Germany distracted staff at a pharmacy in Darmstadt, Hesse, by lifting up her top and squirting her breast milk at them.
Austria’s right-wing Freedom Party (FPÖ) is calling for a special parliamentary session on the current chaos associated with floods of asylum seekers entering the country, as well as concerns over Islamization.
Britain will not support an EU mission to cope with migrants crossing the Mediterranean Sea. The EU mission aims to fill a gap created as Italy scales back its national rescue operation.
Sunday’s demonstration in Cologne of “Hooligans against Salafists” was intended to be a peaceful protest against extremist violence. DW’s Gabriel Borrud saw how quickly those intentions vanished in a mob.
Regulators said Sunday that all but a dozen of the Europe’s leading banks have enough capital to weather a financial storm, an attempt to put to rest years of anxiety about the industry’s health.
Italy’s highest court ruled that victims of war crimes committed under the Nazis have the right to sue Germany in Italian courts. The move contradicts the existing UN resolution on the issue.
Germany’s Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier pressed UN General Secretary Ban Ki-Moon to bring possible poison gas use by Isis in Iraq before the Security Council.
Euro zone leaders are seeking to bridge stark differences over how to avoid economic stagnation and deflation in the bloc, with Germany facing fresh calls to soften its budget rigor and spend more.
Germany’s fleet of NH90 helicopters is undergoing engineering checks after one of them suffered a serious engine failure, in the latest blow to the country’s military capabilities.