A NEW exhibition at Berlin’s Museum for Communication celebrates the 150-year history of postcards. Here’s how Germans enthusiastically adopted the medium to share important news — and the latest gossip.
German police have identified a popular Asian food market in Berlin as an important way station in a global human trafficking network, Berlin media report. Many of the trafficking victims are minors.
London remained the top destination in Europe for technology investment in 2018, with nearly double the amount in Berlin.
Siemens announces plans to invest up to 600 million euros ($681 million) to create an industrial and technology hub in Berlin.
German Chancellor Merkel and Russian President Putin hold talks in north of Berlin.
25 Jews and Muslims rode tandem bicycles through the German capital in a protest against anti-Semitism and attacks on Muslims.
Nearly 30 years after the fall of the Wall, “cool” Berlin is booming.
Moscow bows to pressure and grants a World Cup entry visa to a German reporter.
Berlin protests Moscow’s decision to ban from the World Cup a German journalist who broke the story on doping scandal.
Attacks on Jews in Germany are directed against “all of us”, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas says.
Buildings and streets in a radius of 800 meters around the train station will be cleared.
Tourism industry is booming as travellers find more intrepid ways of exploring the globe.
German business confidence fell more than expected while remaining at a high level.
A movie at the Berlin film festival that looks at how Islamic State fighters recruit young European women online highlights the dangers of using the internet, the actress in the starring role said.
N. Korea used its embassy in Berlin to procure parts for its missile programme.
Survey: German business confidence rose unexpectedly in January to match November’s record high.
An EU agreement with Britain on relations after Brexit could serve as a model for ties with other countries.
Following Donald Trump’s decision to decertify the Iran nuclear deal this month, shaken European capitals are asking themselves what the US president will do next.