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German-British sociologist and politician Lord Ralf Dahrendorf has died at the age of 80.
One of Germany’s most renowned intellectuals, he was
Thousands of students took to the streets across Germany, complaining about an education system they say is underfunded and unfair. Protest
The Social Democrats in Germany are vowing to put up a strong fight for the job of Chancellor at elections in just over 100 days’ time.
Germany’s cabinet has backed a so-called “bad bank” plan for the regional Landesbank sector.
If passed by parliament, it will allow the publicly
Germany’s Arcandor has filed for bankruptcy protection after the German government rejected a request for loan guarantees.
The company owns
The outgoing EU Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso has confirmed he wants another five years in the job.
He is expected to be challenged by
German retail group Arcandor has filed for insolvency after the Berlin government rejected its request for emergency state aid.
It is unable to
With time running out for German retailer Arcandor to avoid bankruptcy, thousands of the company’s workers have marched to draw attention to their
In Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives remain the nation’s strongest party despite registering losses in European polls on Sunday
The Christian Democrats and the Bavarian Christian Democrats are celebrating having jointly won 38% of the vote to elect a new European Parliament
The European election in Germany mobilises the EU’s biggest electorate returning the biggest number of MEPs to the European parliament, and as such
Millions of German voters are casting their ballots to elect 99 out of 785 European MEPs – the largest contingent in Brussels.
The company which owns Germany’s Karstadt department-store chain,is seeking a 437 million euro bailout from the state-owned development bank Kf
US president Barack Obama has been visiting the concentration camp of Buchenwald in eastern Germany.
Buchenwalkd was one of the largest and first
The US and German leaders have been trying to make progress on a range of difficult issues. President Barack Obama’s talks in Dresden with Chanceller
Rich and poor countries will today begin six months of negotiations for a new climate change treaty.
The June 1-12 talks in Bonn are likely to be
The German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said US president Barack Obama helped pave the way to save Opel from imminent bankruptcy.
The Magna International consortium that will buy Opel will be seeking to leverage the technology it has acquired by exploiting it on the Russian
Opel workers around Europe have expressed relief that the carmaker appears to have been saved and their jobs with it. It is not yet clear however if
It was with a smile and a bounce in her step that German Chancellor Angela Merkel came out of the drawn-out talks over the future of Opel to affirm