Borussia Dortmund’s 15-year-old star Youssoufa Moukoko was subjected to threats of violence and racist abuse during a local derby between the two clubs’ junior sides on Sunday.
Deutsche Boerse proposes adding 10 more companies to DAX 30 index.
For Germany, 2020 is not an ordinary year: On the 3rd of October 30 years ago, Germany was finally one again, after being divided for more than four decades.
For eight years, 29 police officers had shared pictures of Adolf Hitler and racist jokes in a chat group; they have now been fired.
A few days ago, the leaders of China, Germany and the EU successfully held their first ever meeting via video conference.
Germany to support Cambodia’s SMEs, focusing on agro-industry and food processing.
The White House’s arguments have remained roughly the same: Energy dependence on Russia weakens the United States and its allies.
COVID-19 is killing culture. And nowhere is that truer than in Berlin, which usually likes to present itself as the world capital of culture.
How could anti-pandemic protesters not understand that by marching alongside neo-Nazis and other nationalists, they’re also legitimising groups that exist to exclude?
There were no masks, no physical distancing. Protesters demonstrating on Saturday in Berlin against restrictions put in place to curb the spread of COVID-19 deliberately intended a provocation.
It’s an astounding figure: minus 10.1 percent. Never before in Germany’s postwar history has the country’s economy slumped as sharply as in the second quarter of 2020.
The Karen meme is everywhere. We have all seen the videos of white US, middle class or above, self-righteous females who adamantly “want to speak to a manager”, refuse to wear a mask and use their racial privilege to punish Black or brown Americans.
Recent conflict between the US and Germany over troop pullouts has become a focus of global opinion.
Supply chain law, the term contains a complex issue of power, morality, profit, people and the environment – and is a source of disagreement in the German government.
Data protection is a tricky business: most people are not really interested in what actually happens to their data until they become victims of data abuse.
The governments of Australia and Germany, along with the UN Development Programme, this week took the lead in assisting the impoverished families of the Kingdom.
The idea that young people do something for their country before embarking on their individual career paths is more valid than ever.
Recent conflict between the US and Germany over troop pullout has become a focus of global opinion.
Germans have readily admitted that the country has not spent enough on defence over the past few decades. And it is clear that this is directly linked to German history.
I can assure you that the pain of understanding yourself through the gaze of whites is double-edged.
As Black Lives Matter protests persist worldwide and a German study reveals that discrimination against people based on their ethnic origin has increased. The report warns of serious consequences for society.
Can Germany have and pursue its own interests? The answer from Washington seems clear: only with the blessing of the US government.
Germany grants Cambodia $14.6 m to support social development interventions.
The US president apparently wants to punish Germany for, in his view, not spending enough on its own defence.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino said on Tuesday that footballers in Germany calling for justice for George Floyd during matches deserve applause rather than sanctions.
German FA says they were forced to investigate players protested against racism.
Prominent German politicians have called for brothels to be closed indefinitely, extending their temporary closure because of Coronavirus restrictions.
German prosecutors have formally named a suspect with known ties to the “Fancy Bear” hacker group that has worked with Russian intelligence services and also established that Merkel’s own local constituency office data was compromised.
VIENNA () – the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, the government in Vienna told media on Wednesday.
If you cannot currently travel to Germany, Germany will just have to come to you: With compliments from the kitchen! This time a specialty from Bremen.