The far-right Freedom Party’s lead in opinion polls over the Social Democrats in Austria has shrunk to within the margin of error after more than a year of dominance marked by Europe’s migration crisis, surveys have shown.
Germany ranks only 16th on the 2017 United Nations list of the happiest countries in the world. The UN report was released on Monday.
Around 200 people in a district in the north of Munich were ordered to leave their homes by Friday morning, after dangerous chemicals were found in a WWII munitions stockpile.
Germany could take the United States to court if Washington goes ahead with plans to tax imports, an official said, hours before Chancellor Angela Merkel’s first meeting with Donald Trump.
The southwestern town of Trier – and birthplace of Karl Marx – has stirred up controversy after accepting a gift from China to commemorate the 200th birthday of the famed German philosopher.
The German carmaker has confirmed reports that police raided its headquarters and several offices in Germany. They were searching for clues about the role Audi played in the VW diesel emissions scandal.
The European Court of Justice ruled that religious symbols may be prohibited in the workplace. To avoid discrimination, the ruling encompasses all religious groups. Critics disagree with this view. (DW)
He was viewed as Hitler’s finest general, admired even by the Allies for his military skills. But to one captured British soldier, Erwin Rommel was the man who saved his life.
The city of Bad Godesberg is now so overrun with Muslims that local schools are trying to implement “anti-radicalization” policies to stop their students from supporting radical ideologies.
The German parliament’s upper chamber rejected a law that would have allowed quicker deportations to Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria. The decision deals a blow to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s refugee strategy.