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Boy, 8, found alive in rainwater sewer eight days after going missing
The boy had disappeared from his family garden on June 17.
Nazi camp guard, 101, jailed for 'complicity' in 3,518 murders
Josef Schütz was given a five-year jail term on Tuesday for complicity in the murder of 3,518 prisoners at the Sachsenhausen camp, north of Berlin, between 1942 and 1945.
German police confiscate dozens of poisonous snakes after owner bitten
The 35-year-old had told doctors there that one of her rattlesnakes bit her finger.
Knife attacker kills one and wounds five at German asylum shelter
Police officers have detained a 31-year-old man after the stabbing attack.
Russian economy 'degrading slowly' due to sanctions, claims VDL
Von der Leyen told Euronews that Russia was using food "to blackmail all of us, and this is really atrocious."
German lawmakers vote to end Nazi-era ban on ‘advertising’ abortions
Doctors will be no longer be prosecuted if they give prospective patients information about abortions.
Urgent warning to Lufthansa passengers with booked flights
Lufthansa’s own low-cost carrier, Eurowings, is also announcing "several hundred fewer flights" in July.
European countries return to coal as Russia threatens to turn off gas
The EU has warned member states not to slide back into dirty fossil fuels as a way of coping with the energy crisis. But what other options are there?
Germany allows transgender footballers to choose men's or women's team
The new regulation will come into effect next season and apply to youth and amateur football and futsal.
Germany fuelling 'Russophobic hysteria' over Ukraine war, says Moscow
The claim comes as Russia marked the anniversary of Nazi Germany's invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941.
Artwork with anti-Semitic imagery covered up at Documenta art fair
The Israeli Embassy has also expressed outrage at the image, saying that the work was promoting Goebbels-style propaganda.
Syrian refugee carves incredible model of Cologne Cathedral
Fadel Alkhudr arrived in Cologne in 2015, having fled the war in Syria. Four years later he began carving a model of the city's cathedral in his small basement.
Food bank demand rising in Germany amid record-high inflation
"Sometimes when I get home after going to the supermarket, I almost start crying, because I can't buy anything anymore."
German contemporary art festival 'Documenta 15' opens its doors
Documenta, one of the world's biggest art fairs, opens this week under a cloud of controversy. The exhibition, which turns the sleepy German city of Kassel into the centre of the art world once every five year.
Germany steps up calls to save energy as Russia reduces gas supplies
German is stepping up its appeal to residents to look for ways of saving energy, after Russia's Gazprom announced significant cuts in natural gas deliveries to the country through a key pipeline.
Russian man on trial in Germany for allegedly planning to kill Chechen
The suspect is alleged to have accepted an order to kill a Chechen opposition member who was living in exile.
Report finds 196 German clerics abused children in Münster diocese
The research found that there were at least 610 victims of abuse in the diocese over 75 years, but the true number could be as high as 6,000.
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Bulgaria resists Scholz call for EU-North Macedonia accession talks
Visiting Skopje, the German chancellor called for the EU to start membership talks, but seemed to achieve little progress in Sofia which reiterated its objections.
Russia's brain drain: War with Ukraine prompts thousands to flee
Russia's best and brightest have left in their thousands following the country's invasion of Ukraine. Euronews' Monica Pinna investigates the reasons behind this brain drain.
Man with knife injures woman and minor at primary school in Germany
In a separate incident, several people were injured by a man with a knife at the University of Hamm-Lippstadt.
German priest found dead after being suspended over abuse allegations
The diocese in Limburg said the news had "hit them hard" and "raises many questions".
Investigators question 'mentally ill' driver after Berlin car rampage
One teacher was killed, six other people sustained life-threatening injuries in the incident and another three were seriously injured.
Fake video claims Ukrainian refugees set fire to a house in Germany
A video shared thousands of times on social media falsely accuses Ukrainian refugees for having set fire to a house in Germany while attempting to burn the Russian flag.
Over 100 people on school trip airlifted to safety in Austrian Alps
Police say the group were stuck on a mountainous ridge and did not have the necessary equipment.
Church convicts Catholic ex-priest of abusing boy for several years
The man was ordered to pay 10% of his income to a charity that supports victims of abuse.
Mercedes-Benz recalls one million cars over braking system fault fears
Brakes on some models may have what is called "advanced corrosion", the German carmaker said.