Nearly 30 years after the fall of the Wall, “cool” Berlin is booming.
Germany coach Joachim Loew says his team were rewarded for not losing their nerve.
Chancellor Angela Merkel rebuffs US President Donald Trump’s assertion that migrants were behind a surge in crime in Germany.
German President expresses concern Europe’s relations with the United States could suffer irreparable damage.
The euro may be approaching another crisis. Italy, the eurozone’s third largest economy, has chosen what can at best be described as a Eurosceptic government.
Thousands of jubilant Mexico supporters partied in the streets of the capital.
Defending champions Germany crashed to defeat in their first game at the World Cup.
Confidence among German investors slumps to its lowest level since September 2012 in a closely-watched monthly barometer.
By the initiative of the US, the UK, France and Germany, supported by Australia and Canada a special session of the Conference of the States-Parties (CSP) of the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) is to be held on June 26 – 27.
France and Germany make progress but yet to agree on a roadmap for euro reforms.
Sane was a surprise omission from Loew’s final Germany for the World Cup finals.
Sales of new cars in Germany plunged in May, official figures showed yesterday, dragged lower by public holidays.
The English FA will implement a mid-season Premier League break “very soon”.
China says it would “open its door wider” to German businesses.
Germany’s Angela Merkel faces a delicate diplomatic balancing act.
Germany acknowledges it could be hard to protect companies doing business with Iran.
Annually on May 9 Russia celebrates one of its main holidays – Victory Day.
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Germany approves a draft law allowing action lawsuits, opening the door for drivers to seek compensation over Volkswagen.
Today, May 9, we celebrate Europe Day. May 9 is the day that in 1950 French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman launched proposals that led to the establishment of the European Coal and Steel Community, and eventually to the creation of the European Union.
Israel withdraws from a race against Germany and Belgium for two seats in the UN.
One of China’s youngest auto brands is gearing up to build sport utility vehicles.
Attacks on Jews in Germany are directed against “all of us”, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas says.
Who will rule the world? It’s a subject that more and more becomes the conversation among Western politicians and policy makers – and its content darkens with every passing month.
Erdogan was expecting to hold a campaign rally in a European city next month.
German police carry out dawn raids against an alleged organised crime ring.
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The US welcomes a push by some EU states to impose new sanctions on Iran and warns of funding militant groups.
German police say they did not see an extremist motive behind the van attack.
Even the United States’ long-standing allies can no longer rely on being exempt from higher US import tariffs on various products. According to DW’s Daniel Winter the logic behind Donald Trump’s protectionist trade policy makes no sense.