Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday that she opposed any use of force to resolve the conflict with North Korea, after President Donald Trump said the US military was “locked and loaded”.
Volkswagen is offering buyers trading in an older diesel car up to $11,810 off the price of a cleaner model, joining other makers on Tuesday in a push to cut pollution.
Hitler admirer Ernst Zündel, who served jail time in Canada and Germany for denying the official Holocaust narrative, has died in Germany at the age of 78, local media reported on Monday.
“Tübingen was one of those towns in which women could move without fear. Unfortunately, this changed,” says Mayor Boris Palmer. The reason has the face of a 21-year old African immigrant who has been arrested on suspicion of rape in at least four cases.
More than half (54 per cent) of terror plots in Germany have involved “asylum seekers and refugees” since 2014 and the onset of the migrant crisis.
The Swiss Federal Supreme Court has deemed the “quenelle” gesture popularized by French comedian Dieudonné M’bala M’bala to signify racist behavior.
Eight years after the fall of the Nazi regime, Poland decided to forego further reparations from Germany. But now there are renewed calls for those reparations to be paid.
German executives are preparing to announce a new home for a lithium-ion battery plant designed to rival the output at Tesla Inc.’s Gigafactory.
Germany’s car industry offered on Wednesday to provide a software upgrade that would cut harmful emissions in 5.3 million vehicles, but the government warned it was only a first step in dredging the sector out of a colossal pollution cheating scandal.
A Berlin train station on Tuesday became the first to test out software that will automatically recognize faces in an effort to fight terrorism. But not everyone sees the project as positive.