Austria’s vice chancellor Reinhold Mitterlehner said he would step down, setting stage for political shake-up. He will also abandon all positions in the Austrian People’s Party.
Thousands of refugees in Germany are converting from Islam to Christianity, although it could carry a huge personal risk for them. Independent churches are especially seeing many new converts.
Investigators have detained another member of the armed forces who is suspected of planning a “serious attack on national security,” prosecutors in Karlsruhe confirmed on Tuesday.
Pro-EU candidate Emmanuel Macron decisive victory has raised hopes in Berlin that Germany and France can kick-start their stalled partnership.
Anything Tesla can do we can do better is the message from Volkswagen chairman Herbert Diess, who says that VW will overtake the electric car manufacturer by 2025.
Chancellor Angela Merkel had emphatically thrown her support behind Macron against his far-right, anti-EU challenger Marine Le Pen, aware that the very existence of the European Union was at stake in the vote.
Steinmeier has underlined the strength of German-Israeli ties in a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. Relations between the two countries have suffered due to a spat over an anti-occupation group.
In this May 6, 1937 file photo, the German dirigible Hindenburg crashes to earth in flames after exploding at the U.S. Naval Station in Lakehurst, N.J.
The government says it won’t allow Turks living in Germany to vote in a possible referendum on reviving the death penalty in Turkey. President Erdogan is contemplating reviving capital punishment.
The Federal Migration Office (BAMF) is planning to build homes in Morocco as places to deport underage unaccompanied migrants who have broken the law, or who want to return voluntarily.