Eighty-nine-year-old John Demjanjuk stands trial in Germany Monday accused of herding 27,900 Jews to their deaths as a Nazi camp guard, in what will likely be the last major case of its kind.
A drunken British soldier bashed a German policewoman bloody and senseless in Lower Saxony at the weekend, during a brawl between soldiers and a group of local men, authorities said Sunday.
Germany's second biggest energy firm RWE plans to significantly cut CO2 emissions from its power stations by 2012, chief executive Jürgen Grossmann said in an interview published Sunday.
The Stockholm branch of Urban Outfitters, a US-owned clothing retail chain, has found itself under fire after sacking its entire workforce after they voiced demands for a collective union agreement.
Swedish tennis star Robin Söderling lost his semi-final in the ATP World Tour tennis championships in London on Saturday in a dramatic three set match against Argentine Juan Martin del Potro.
The first wave of swine flu, which has killed at least 59 people in Germany, appears to be subsiding, doctors told news magazine Der Spiegel in a report published Saturday.
The German and Israeli cabinets will hold their first joint-meeting on German soil in Berlin on Monday, signalling deeper reconciliation between the two countries 65 years after the Holocaust.
Police have caught one of the men who broke out of Aachen prison in a daring escape, authorities in Cologne announced Sunday afternoon.
A university student has been banned from riding his bike for a whopping 15 years after police caught him pedalling blind drunk through the streets of his home town of Gießen, Bild am Sonntag reported Sunday.
The brawl between Angela Merkel’s government and Germany’s state leaders over tax cuts intensified sharply over the weekend with two conservative premiers vowing to vote against the cuts and one even threatening to resign.
People lived in the Torne River Valley on the border with Sweden and Finland some 11,000 years ago, an important new archaeological find has shown.
In the wake of former Defence Minister Franz Josef Jung’s resignation, the opposition Social Democrats will target his successor Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg in a broadened inquiry into the controversial Afghanistan airstrike, SPD general secretary Andrea Nahles said on Sunday.
Lars Hultström has resigned as chair of Swedish Meats and all other leadership positions. Hultström owns one of the pig farms at the heart of an animal rights scandal.
Italy's Molinari brothers overcame Sweden and Ireland to win the World Cup at China's Mission Hills on Sunday after a thrilling final round tussle - the first time the nation has lifted the trophy.