Germany is sharpening its policy toward Turkey in response to jailings of journalists and human rights activists. Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel is now warning German citizens that they face risks if they go to Turkey.
Prince William and his wife Kate embarked Wednesday on a three-day visit to Germany billed as a “charm offensive” by local media as Britain begins thorny Brexit talks in earnest.
Poland’s government is attempting to push through a law that critics say would end judicial independence. The EU executive has warned it will launch legal procedures and sanctions if the reforms are implemented.
For a year, the big question of Russiagate has boiled down to this: Did Donald Trump’s campaign collude with the Russians in hacking the DNC? And until last week, the answer was “no.”
Five German women are in custody following a military operation in the Iraqi city of Mosul. It is alleged that they travelled to the embattled city to support the so-called “Islamic State” terror group (IS). The five are reportedly part of a group of 20 female fighters apprehended in Mosul’s beleaguered ancient city last week, including […]
Two states are set to introduce new fees specifically for students from outside the EU. But while local governments are eager to bring in the added revenues, critics say the price hikes could in fact hurt their universities.
Germany has for years longed for a stronger French partner, but may have got more than it bargained for as the self-confident Emmanuel Macron takes Europe’s spotlight.
The German chancellor has rejected calls from her sister party to limit the number of refugees entering Germany. In a wide-ranging interview she defended the G20 summit in Hamburg and spending on infrastructure.
Two German air force jets were deployed late on Saturday to escort and help a Korean plane land in Stuttgart after it lost contact with air traffic controllers. The Korean Air plane with around 200 people was flying from Seoul to Zurich when communication with controllers in southwest Germany broke down. The fighters were sent and escorted […]
SPD leader Martin Schulz has called for Germany to use its budget surplus for domestic and EU-wide investment. The pitch is an attempt to revive the SPD’s chances against Chancellor Merkel in September’s election.