Their crushing victory over Arsenal in the Champions League on Wednesday might have temporarily sapped the energy out of Bayern Munich.
Hardly historical bedfellows, Saudi Arabia and Israel both lashed out at Iran on Sunday – signalling a growing alignment in their interests.
Addressing the Munich Security Conference on Saturday, US Vice President Mike Pence has sought to assure allies that Donald Trump’s administration will back NATO and stand with…
US Defence Secretary James Mattis is in Germany, along with 500 other participants, for the Munich Security Conference.
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Arsenal and Paris Saint Germain drew 2-2 at the Emirates on Wednesday in their penultimate Group A encounter of the Champions League.
Match Four in the Champions' League sees early qualifications for the knockout stages for Arsenal, PSG, Bayern and Atletico Madrid.
Theo Walcott scored a brace of goals as Arsenal beat Basel 2-0 to pick up their first win in this season’s Champions League.
Bayern Munich begin title defence in style as Man City, Man Utd and Chelsea continue perfect start in EnglandThey may have a new coach on the bench but it’s definitely business as usual for Bayern Munich.
They may have a new coach on the bench but it’s definitely business as usual for Bayern Munich.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Joachim Gauck joined mourners for a multi-faith service at Munich’s Frauenkirche cathedral on Sunday, just over a week after a teenage gunman shot nine pe
The teenage gunman who killed nine people and wounded 35 more in Munich on Friday had been planning the attack for a year.
Those gunned down in Munich last Friday were not former classmates of the killer, nor were they specifically targeted.
Mourners have been laying flowers and lighting candles at the scene of Friday’s attack in Munich.
The teenage killer who murdered nine people in Munich and then turned the gun on himself was a loner obsessed with mass murder.
Munich is coming to terms with the trauma of the killings that left nine innocent people dead.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has addressed the country following the killing spree in Munich that left nine innocent people dead.
Video taken from the scene shows panic and people sprinting away after shooter opens fire at Munich shopping centre.
Neighbours of the 18-year-old suspected of killing nine people in a mass shooting in Munich have described the teenager as a quiet loner.
Police are looking for a motive for Friday's attack. A spokesman for Chancellor Angela Merkel would neither confirm nor deny a link to terrorism.