One of Germany’s most prominent Holocaust deniers has left the country despite having another jail term to serve. Horst Mahler says he wants to become an asylum seeker.
AfD co-chair Frauke Petry announced on Wednesday that she’s not interested in being her party’s nominal chancellor candidate in September’s election.
Austrian leaders said the EU should end talks over Turkey’s bid to join its ranks after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan won a controversial referendum on gaining further powers.
Germany calls for fresh efforts to bolster a ceasefire deal in eastern Ukraine, where fighting between pro-Russia separatists and Ukrainian forces has left nearly 10,000 people dead.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Turkish leaders should open talks with opponents after a narrow referendum win highlighted divisions within their country.
German prosecutors are examining a third claim of responsibility for blasts that rocked Borussia Dortmund’s team bus it was reported Saturday, but no new suspects have emerged.
Björn Höcke will stay away to avoid “initiating a scandal.” He has criticized Germany’s culture of Holocaust remembrance and been banned from the hotel hosting the AfD’s national congress in Cologne.
Angela Merkel and her conservative Christian Democrats (CDU) were the bigger winners in the public broadcaster ARD’s monthly game of “Whom Would You Rather?”
Faced with a Good Friday dancing ban, protesters in Germany are calling for more separation between church and state. Religious leaders, however, aren’t being swayed.”
German federal prosecutors said they have no evidence linking a 26-year old Iraq suspect to the triple blast that shook Germany on Tuesday evening in Dortmund.