On the 60th anniversary of the start of the European Union, at least 3,500 demonstrators in Berlin joined an international protest to show their opposition to the UK leaving its member states behind.
The Bundestag has finally passed a contested toll on highways – a key demand of the government’s conservative wing. But opposition from border states and neighboring countries could still block it.
Bundesliga CEO Christian Seifert said he wants the Bundesliga to continue being a top destination for Americans who grew up on U.S. soil like Christian Pulisic and Bobby Wood.
State-owned KfW bank admitted it erroneously sent 5 billion euros to four different banks last month. The bank made a similar mistake when it sent money to Lehman Brothers – the day it went bankrupt.
Chancellor Angela Merkel says she is concerned that Israel’s building of settlements in the occupied West Bank was undermining progress toward a two-state solution.
German confectionary giant Haribo plans to open its first US factory in Wisconsin by 2020, the maker of gummy bears said in a statement Friday.
Devin Nunes just set the cat down among the pigeons. Two days after FBI Director James Comey assured us there was no truth to President Trump’s tweet about being wiretapped by Barack Obama, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said Trump may have had more than just a small point.
The Leipzig Book Fair, one of the largest Spring book industry events in Europe, opens tonight with an official ceremony and the awarding of the Leipzig Book Prize for European Understanding. This year the award will be given to the French writer and translator Mathias Énard for his novel, “Compass.”
Germany has proposed a German-Namibian future foundation and structural fund as part of its atonement for the injustices of the German colonization of southwest Africa.
A new Danish film has been released telling the story behind millions of landmines buried on the coast of Denmark during World War Two.