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European stock markets close sharply lower on renewed bank fears
Shares in Germany’s largest lender, Deutsche Bank, fell sharply Friday as fears of a banking crisis developing grow.
Oil-splashed artwork and climate strikes: Germany's weekend protests
Friday’s Global Climate Strike saw activists gather across Europe to demand an end to fossil fuel financing.
Munich Airport cancels 133 flights as freezing rain blights runways
Poor weather has also led to delays and cancellations at Germany's Frankfurt Airport.
German air workers shocked to discover dead body on plane from Iran
Lufthansa and federal police have declined to comment on the tragic incident, which comes amid widespread unrest in Iran.
For sale: Iconic sculpture, careful owner, high maintenance
It's one of the most photographed objects in Frankfurt and regularly features in articles about the European Central Bank.
Deutsche Bank subsidiary CEO resigns after greenwashing raid
The head of DWS, a subsidiary of Deutsche Bank, has resigned, after 50 German investigators raided its offices over alleged greenwashing.
Help to Ukrainian refugees arriving in Moldova and Poland surges
From UNHCR to German businesses and private citizens, attempts are being made to ease the trouble of hundreds of thousands seeking shelter in Europe as the war in Ukraine enters its second month.
Ryanair to close base at Germany's Frankfurt Airport
The budget airline complained the airport had "chosen to increase prices even further, making Frankfurt uncompetitive with European airports”.
Europe faces tough call on stimulus amid omicron fears
The European Central Bank is being pulled two ways: It's caught between a scheduled end of its pandemic stimulus and growing alarm about the new omicron variant of the coronavirus.
Climate change protest in Frankfurt targets financial sector
In Germany hundreds of protesters marched past the European Central Bank headquarters in Frankfurt to challenge the role the financial sector plays in climate change.
Hundreds march through Frankfurt financial sector for climate
Several hundred people joined a climate march through Frankfurt, walking past the European Central Bank (ECB) headquarters with the intent of challenging the role the financial sector plays in climate change.
Germany busts one of world's biggest darknet platforms for child porn
Prosecutors in Germany make arrests and take down international porn ring on darknet containing "images of most severe sexual abuse of toddlers".
Drone sighting causes flight chaos at Frankfurt airport
Flights were severely disrupted at Frankfurt airport — one of Europe’s busiest hubs — because of a drone, police and air traffic controllers said.
The work to stabilise the eurozone isn’t over. Reforms are necessary to avoid the abyss again ǀ View
Giving the EU its own resources is the only way to overcome country divisions on EU spending from national budgets.
First protest for the ECB New President
Protestors said they want the bond-buying policy to be more transparent and to go in another direction, which is to set climate-oriented goals.
Mario Draghi's final ECB meeting
Mario Draghi's final assessment on the state of the eurozone economy.
Syrian man arrested after truck rams into traffic in Limburg, Germany
Eight people were injured after a stolen truck was driven into vehicles at an intersection.
'French Spiderman' scales a 39-storey skyscraper in Frankfurt
Alain Robert is known for climbing some of the world's tallest structures without safety ropes... or permission
Demonstrators blocked Frankfurt highways for a greener traffic policy
Various environmental groups have joined forces for the protest. They accuse the auto industry of not resolutely pursuing the shift towards emission-free electromobility and continuing to rely on climate-damaging SUVs.
Climate protestors demonstrate at Frankfurt Motor Show
Several thousand climate activists protested in Frankfurt on Saturday (September 14) against climate-damaging cars as the city hosts the Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA).