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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.
G7 leaders agree to explore caps on Russian energy prices
This is an effort to relieve pressure on European consumers and ensure Moscow has less money to wage war in Ukraine.
Japan stresses need for solidarity on Ukraine at G7 summit
The Japanese government has expressed its solidarity with G7 leaders over the Ukraine war claiming what's happening in Eastern Europe could also happen in Indo-China
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."
Zelenskyy calls on G7 to help end war with Russia 'by end of the year'
The Ukrainian leader addressed the conference in Bavaria by video. He has demanded more arms and financial aid, and more sanctions against Russia.
G7 leaders to announce ban on Russian gold imports
Gold has been the top Russian export after energy in recent years, reaching almost €18 billion in 2020.
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.
G7 host Germany warns of global hunger crisis before weekend summit
With millions of tons of grain exports blocked by Russia's war in Ukraine, the G7 is under pressure to do more to tackle potential famine in Somalia and elsewhere.
Urgent warning to Lufthansa passengers with booked flights
Lufthansa’s own low-cost carrier, Eurowings, is also announcing "several hundred fewer flights" in July.
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 moves closer to rationing gas after Russia cuts supplies
The government said the decision to raise the emergency level to “alarm” — the second in a three-stage process — follows Russia's move to cut deliveries by 60%.
Germany refuses to agree to EU ban on new fossil fuel cars from 2035
In its bid to cut planet-warming emissions by 55 per cent by 2030 from 1990 levels, the European Commission has proposed a 100 per cent reduction in CO2 emissions from new cars by 2035.
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.
What on earth is rave aerobics?
Like the idea of dancing to 200 BPM music in fancy dress? Leni Wolf does.
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.
Top German court sides with far-right AfD over Angela Merkel comments
Merkel was found to have violated the far-right party's right to equal political opportunities by criticising them during a state visit to South Africa.
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.
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.
Colonialism and restitution explored at this year's Berlin Biennale
The 12th edition of the Berlin Biennale art show has opened in the German capital. This year's edition is called "Still Present!" with the focus on artists from countries in the East.