A key member of Chancellor Merkel’s CDU party wants more rules governing the practice of Islam in Germany. Among other things, he has called for German-language sermons in mosques.
Frauke Petry has become the face of a growing far-right movement in Germany. But only months before a national election, she is considering quitting.
An attempted merger between the German and British stock exchanges was struck down by European regulators, formally ending a deal that unraveled in the wake of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.
A second threat to launch a legal battle at The Hague was revealed in a leaked strategy document prepared for Wolfgang Schäuble, Germany’s finance minister. The Daily Telegraph reports.
A report on the most reputable “made-in-country” brands around the world shows that Germany comes out on top as most trusted.
A diary kept by President John F Kennedy as a young man traveling in Europe, revealing his fascination with Adolf Hitler, is up for auction.
Austria will seek an exemption from having to accept more asylum-seekers under an EU relocation system, it said on Tuesday, arguing that it has already taken in its fair share during Europe’s migration crisis.
A majority of EU nations voted against genetically modified corn during a meeting of the EU appeals committee. However, that was not enough to stop GM cultivation. The decision now rests with the Commission.
Germany has been trying to export one of the keys to its industrial success: its dual-track vocational education system. Slovakia is one of the countries that is adopting the system.
The Alternative for Germany (AfD) barely scraped into the state parliament in Saarland which could mark the beginning of the end for the upstart party. Photo: Party leaders Frauke Petry and Jörg Meuthen.