Questionable taste abounds in the new ad campaign from parenting magazine Fritz + Fraenzi
‘The resourceful rich just move their money to banks in northern Europe and avoid paying’
‘Baywatch’ star joined thousands of protestors looking to stop removal
The German government may compensate Iraqi Kurds for the role of German companies in the 1988 massacre at Halabja.
The California-based company argues its real name policy protects users.
German privacy rules have posed a legal headache for Facebook, Google and other web giants in recent years.
Google is launching a new campaign in Germany to protest against possible copyright restrictions being discussed in the country’s Parliament.
It’s pretty much what it sounds like
Stephan Feck lands on his back during the men’s 3m springboard preliminary
In June a court in Germany’s fourth-largest city banned circumcision of children
‘Contagion is back with a vengeance’
Germany to Greece: Get out! - TheDCNF
Forty-nine percent of Germans are in favor of a ‘Grexit’
Report: There was an understanding the submarines were being armed with nuclear weapons
Let the Jews have Jerusalem. It is they who have made it famous
The European Central Bank is telling EU states to pledge gold as collateral to support the next wave of austerity.
Europeans are losing confidence in the currency union, the central bank and the EU itself
Elections leave EU bailout in limbo - TheDCNF
French, Greek parliamentary elections and German politics hampering passage of grand bailout
‘Pirate’ party makes a raid on German politics
Once the world’s largest solar firm, Q-Cells files for bankruptcy
86-year-old Johanna Quaas breaks world record by tumbling during gymnastics competition