No other major US ally has seen public confidence in the American president drop as significantly as Germany since Donald Trump took over in the White House in January.
The Bundestag has voted to rescind all convictions for homosexuality from the post-war period. Germany’s LGBT community has described the vote as “historic,” albeit not without its shortcomings.
US authorities have issued arrest warrants for five former VW managers and developers for their role in the Dieselgate scandal. Germany has reportedly refused to hand them over to the US.
Three-time Wimbledon tennis champion Boris Becker, who in 1985 became the first unseeded player to win the Wimbledon men’s singles, has been declared bankrupt by a London bankruptcy court.
Helmut Kohl was described as a “stroke of luck for Germany and Europe” by German Parliament President Norbert Lammert (left) at a farewell ceremony in Berlin.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel was among the first to congratulate French President Emanuel Macron for his party’s parliamentary election victory.
A large majority of Europeans have a positive view of Germany, while seeing Berlin as still having too much power in EU affairs, a new survey shows.
As the world began mourning the death of Helmut Kohl Friday afternoon, the former German chancellor was hailed as a pivotal figure in the last decades of the 20th century.
“Fronleichnam” (Corpus Christie) is yet another public holiday in the Catholic states of Germany. It is one of the more obscure but colourful Catholic celebrations. What is Fronleichnam?
Christian Lindner, in a Handelsblatt interview, says the Germany economy is artificially inflated and warns that Chancellor Merkel’s conservatives are too complacent.