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Human rights activist Wolfgang Kaleck tells DW prosecuting members of the military junta is imperative. He expects Germany’s Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier to broach the subject while in Argentina.
In two separate reports, the central banks of Germany and France are seeing Europe’s two biggest economies on a firm footing over the next few years, although cutting their growth forecasts slightly.
A break in Turkey’s ties with Germany is unlikely says Turkish Prime Binali Yildirim despite Berlin’s description of Ottoman World War One killings of Armenians as ‘genocide.’
Germany’s renewable energy reforms ‘a step backwards’
Germany forward Lukas Podolski has lashed out at suggestions he is only in Germany’s Euro 2016 squad to act as a ‘mascot.’ The veteran says he is in great form and ready to play his part at the tournament.
Germany coach Joachim Löw has named his final 23-man squad for Euro 2016. Fitness concerns have kept Borussia Dortmund star Marco Reus off of the team.
Germany is no longer as competitive as it used to be, the latest global ranking of economies by Swiss business school IMD has revealed. Nor has the US been able to cling to its top position, the study emphasizes.
Your next pair of Adidas shoes may be put together by robots – the German sports retailer has said it will start selling its first robot-produced shoes in a new, state-of-the-art factory in its home market starting 2017.
Germany’s transport ministry has found 30 car models to have conspicuously high amounts of carbon emissions, and higher levels of fuel consumption than their manufacturers have indicated, according to media reports.
Germany summoned Egyptian ambassador over the closing of Cairo-based German NGO
The decision is based on a recommendation from the German experts that reviewed security in Sharm El Sheikh Airport in March
Discover the highlights of the Cannes Film Festival, held this year from May 11-22. As Germany celebrates a comeback in the race for the Palme d’Or, here are 12 hot contenders in the competition.
At the Ice Hockey World Championships in Russia, Germany were no match for powerhouses Finland. Head coach Marco Sturm is under pressure as his team looks increasingly unlikely to qaulify for the quarterfinals.
The lack of respect for human rights will negatively affect investment and stability, says German Ambassador to Egypt
Germany’s Ambassador to Afghanistan, Markus Potzel, talks to DW about the success of a campaign launched by the German government last year to raise awareness among Afghans embarking on perilous journeys to reach Europe.
It is one of Germany’s favorite cars: The Golf and its sporty version the Golf GTI. The little racer was launched in 1976 and still has cult status.
Deutsche Bank hasn’t done enough to prevent its accounts from being misused to launder money, circumvent international sanctions or even finance terrorism, the UK’s financial regulatory agency has found.
Foreign fighters are motivated by “excitement” and “social exclusion felt in Europe,” a report commissioned for the EU presidency says. Germany has ranked in the top four origin countries for those fighting abroad.
Grand Imam Ahmed Al-Tayeb proposed the establishment of a centre to provide training to German Imams
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble is confident that Europe’s powerhouse can fare without fresh borrowing up to 2020. Higher labor market spending is to be offset by steadily rising tax revenue.
Respect for human rights, a free civil society prerequisites for sustainable stability, German Foreign Ministry
Germany’s flag carrier Lufthansa posted a 55-percent jump in profits for 2015, benefiting from low oil prices. The result comes despite protracted industrial action by pilots throughout last year.
How can artists be fairly paid for their work? Germany’s copyright reform was supposed to make life easier for artists, writers and other creatives, but critics say it doesn’t go far enough.
Germany is one of the last countries to release the Oscar-winning Hungarian concentration camp drama “Son of Saul” in cinemas. It raises the never-ending question of whether fiction can truly do justice to the Holocaust.
Not just Africa’s top tourist destinations are trying to attract more visitors. Strife-torn nations like South Sudan and Mali are also aiming to boost tourism arrivals by participating in the Berlin ITB tourism fair.
Bilateral trade between Cairo and Berlin was recorded at €5bn in 2015
Egypt is applying the maximum safety standards and welcomes any cooperation to improve security in Egyptian airports, says minister
We cooperate with German experts to process sewage for a low cost
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