The soft German pretzel is alarmed it could be branded a salt risk but Brussels says it is over-reacting. After Bavarian bakers were reported to be
As in the rest of Germany, it was carnival this morning at Frankfurt’s Boerse – in a bid to lighten the atmosphere in otherwise dark economic times
No financial get-together of world leaders would be complete without its protests.
Anti-globalisation demonstrators donned masks and, in the
EU leaders meeting to find a common position on reforming the world economy say greater financial sector regulation is needed.
Hosted by German
European leaders are meeting in Berlin to try to hammer out a unified position on how to overhaul global financial rules. This ahead of a broader
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is calling on European nations to coordinate their economic rescue plans ahead of the G20 summit in London in
How are German companies coping with the crisis? On Tuesday the Ifo economic think-tank will tell us with their latest business sentiment survey in
The jury at the Berlin Film Festival have handed out their prestigious awards giving their Golden Bear prize for best film to a Peruvian movie –
Riot police have clashed with demonstrators in the German city of Dresden.
Despite attempts to keep supporters from opposing political groups
“The Milk of Sorrow” or “La Teta Asustada” has won the Golden Bear award for best picture at the Berlin Film Festival.
Deepening economic recession brings along very tough times for German temporary workers: companies do not prolonge their contracts, no jobs for ten
Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg is set to become the country’s youngest ever Economy Minister after Chancellor Angela Merkel was forced into a cabinet
Germany`s 59th Berlinale film festival has opened with a slew of world stars stepping out on the red carpet.
Kate Winslett was promoting her new
Burning issues from the real world will be tackled on the big screen at the Berlin film festival which starts today.
Organisers say the choice of
A Nazi fugitive nicknamed “Dr Death” died in Cairo in 1992.
Aribert Heim was thought to be alive and well and living in Chile until German
One of Germany’s fallen business stars has gone on trial charged with tax-dodging in Liechtenstein. Klaus Zumwinkel, the former boss of Deutsche
The trial has begun in Bochum of one of Germany’s highest-profile suspected tax dodgers, former boss of Deutsche Post Klaus Zumwinkel.