A descendant of Emperor Karl I, the last Kaiser of the Austrian-Hungarian empire that collapsed at the end of World War I, married a French woman this weekend in the Lorraine city of Nancy.
A Green politician sitting on the local council in Wolfsberg wants to see the return of aristocratic titles which were banned in Austria after the first world war.
Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger expressed hope that Gruether Fürth win the Bundesliga title after returning to his hometown to watch the team play.
The 89-year-old, who served under presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, was born in Fürth and as a boy he watched Gruether Fürth play before his Jewish family fled Nazi Germany in 1938.
A group of beer-loving Munich citizens have come together to try to put brakes on the escalating price of the golden Bavarian nectar at the annual Oktoberfest.
Oh brother. At least these three grooms will be able to sympathize with mother-in-law problems – after they wed three sisters in Engerwitzdorf, Austria.
A recent poll shows that many Turks in Germany want to go Turkey, and some are toying with radical interpretations of religion.
Former German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt, 93, has taken to the TV to talk about the stability of the euro, the debt crisis – and his love life.
Nearly three months after announcing their split to the public, Heidi Klum formally filed for divorce from husband of seven years, Seal.
Zsa Zsa Gabor's ninth husband, German-born Frederic von Anhalt, says he intends to fight an attempt by a daughter of the 95-year-old Hungarian-born star to take control of her affairs out of his hands.
John Demjanjuk, a retired U.S. autoworker who was convicted of being a guard at Sobibor death camp despite maintaining his innocence over decades, died Saturday.