More than 400 police officers took part in raids linked to the mosque. Prosecutors have launched criminal investigations into the association’s activity, which is suspected of being a meeting point for radical Islamists.
An investigation has begun into allegations of corruption by Prime Minister Netanyahu’s lawyer over the submarine deal. Israel ordered three underwater craft, which the military said were too expensive and not needed.
For the first time since Martin Schulz was named as the SPD’s candidate for chancellor, the party has lost momentum in an opinion poll.
Germany was obligated to lift its defense spending from its current 1.2 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) to 2 percent, the Chancellor told a rally.
A phone sold as one used by Hitler and billed as “arguably the most destructive ‘weapon’ of all time” has been called a con by a German expert. The authenticity of the phone’s lineage has sparked online debate.
Volkswagen bounced back into the black in 2016 after suffering a loss the previous year due to the diesel emissions scandal, according to figures released by the German automaker Friday.
In the lead-up to the awaited Rose Monday parades, float builders have offered the public an early sneak peek into their surreal world of sharp political satire. DW reports.
The US is no longer Germany’s most important trade partner, but China, fresh figures from the statistics office have suggested.
The Soviet leader was often seen in the Bavarian town of Rottach-Egern – just one of many well-heeled Russians in the area. Poor health means he no longer visits.
The Turkish government has urged teachers and parents in western Germany with Turkish roots to report any criticism of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan they hear at schools.