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Controversy and accusations of antisemitism have dogged the ageing rocker's tour since the beginning.
Why has Germany gone into recession?
Analysts worry the German economy could become "the black sheep of Europe".
Recession fears grow amid stubborn inflation and rising interest rates
As inflation bites, the UK is bracing for further interest rate hikes and the risk of a recession. Germany is already there.
Germany slips into recession, economy shrank 0.3% in first quarter
The figures were a blow to the German government, which last month boldly doubled its growth forecast for this year after a feared winter energy crunch failed to materialise.
Italy controversially ends lawsuits against Nazi Germany
By 28 June, any victims of Nazi atrocities in Italy and their relatives must file a compensation claim against Germany -- a deadline which puts an end to a years-long dispute between the two countries.
How Germany is bidding to become Europe’s leading chip producer
Germany wants to end Europe’s semiconductor dependence on Asia. Is it up to the challenge?
Why are German police raiding climate activists’ properties?
German police are conducting searches in investigation of climate activist group Last Generation.
Hungary and Poland rally allies to defend veto power in foreign policy
Unanimity rules can be used by one single member state to derail or block a collective decision.
Germany housing crisis hitting refugees hard
With an 80 per cent increase in asylum applications this year, Berlin and other German cities are setting up container homes amid a backdrop of far-right protests.
The EU’s ‘dirty list’: Which countries are burning the most coal?
Two countries dominate Europe’s coal emissions. Though falling, coal made up over 60% of the bloc's power sector pollution last year.
Germany spy chief warns Russia is stoking anti-government sentiment
The head of Germany’s domestic intelligence agency warned of a rise in anti-government extremism that seeks to divide society and topple the government.
Madeleine McCann: Police end reservoir search where suspect was seen
Portuguese media said this was the fourth police search for McCann, following the initial one in 2007 in the southern Algarve area and further efforts in 2013 and 2014. Another search was held in Germany in 2020.
Ex-Audi head pleads guilty in 'dieselgate' emissions scandal
Rupert Stadler entered the plea under an agreement with the judge and prosecutors that provides probation instead of jail time and orders him to pay a 1.1 million euro fine in return for a thorough admission of guilt.
Zelenskyy secures training for pilots on whistlestop tour of Europe
The Ukrainian president is in the middle of his second multi-stop European tour since Russia's full-scale invasion began as his country gears up for a counteroffensive against Moscow's occupying forces.
An mRNA vaccine shows promise against one of the deadliest cancers
Pancreatic cancer is one of the most stubborn and deadliest types of cancer. Could tailored mRNA vaccines help the immune system fight it off?
Ukrainian president rules out attack on Russia in counteroffensive
Zelenskyy is visiting allies in search of further arms deliveries to help his country fend off the Russian invasion.
Onshore, offshore or not at all: The mixed bag of wind power in Europe
These are the European countries leading the wind power revolution and what we can learn from them.
Germany announces €2.7 billion in new military aid to Ukraine
Volodymyr Zelensky is reportedly set to visit Berlin on Sunday
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Brussels, my love? Germany calls for a more geopolitical Europe
In this edition of "Brussels, my love?", we take a look at Germany’s role in Europe following Chancellor Scholz’s speech before the European Parliament and ask whether the belated ratification of the Istanbul Convention to fight violence against women was a relief – or an embarrassment.
It ain't Yeezy: Adidas has plan to shift unwanted Kanye stock
Abandon all shoes, Ye who enter here. Adidas has decided to sell some of its Kanye West stock and donate proceeds to charity.