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Turkish president Erdoğan sues German MP over 'little sewer rat' slur
Wolfgang Kubicki, an FDP lawmaker, has said he is unconcerned about the lawsuit.
EU approves mandatory energy savings and cap on company revenues
EU energy ministers approved on Friday a plan of power savings, a cap on excess market revenues and a levy on surplus profits.
Mass fish die-off in Germany-Poland river is blamed on golden algae
The thousands of fish deaths in August sparked a political row between Poland and Germany,
German Christmas markets are being asked to dim the lights this year
Switching off Christmas lights could help save energy as well as protect the environment, nonprofit Deutsche Umwelthilfe says.
Germany to spend €200 billion to tackle high energy prices
Germany is paying a high price for its dependence on Russian gas, which accounted for 55% of its gas imports before the war in Ukraine.
Debunked: German army will not be patrolling streets from 1 October
Social media users have falsely claimed that the country's military have been given new or expanded powers.
German woman charged with crimes against humanity and IS membership
Prosecutors say the suspect kept a Yazidi slave at her home after fleeing to join the so-called Islamic State group.
German population hits a record 84 million due to Ukraine refugees
The influx of Ukrainian refugees to Germany has pushed the country's population to a new all-time high of more than 84 million, the German Federal Statistical Office said on Tuesday.
Energy crisis will speed up green transition, says renewables chief
Ukraine crisis will speed energy transition in mid-term, says renewables agency chief
Russia and Germany to fall into recession as economic outlook darkens
The eurozone will expand by just 0.3% in 2023 but could fare much worse if the energy crisis further deteriorates.
Is democracy failing Berliners over controversial housing referendum?
In a September 2021 referendum, Berliners voted for housing to be seized from so-called mega landlords. A year on, it's still not happened.
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German government nationalises Uniper to secure energy supply
Berlin has announced a deal to inject 8 billion euros into the country's biggest importer of Russian gas, nationalising Uniper in a move to control its energy supply.
Five ways a groundbreaking €9 rail pass changed Germany
It's been hailed a success and won admirers across Europe, but how did Germany's summer-long €9 rail pass change the country?
EU should be 'very careful' about capping gas prices: German minister
In an interview with Euronews, Anna Lührmann said an EU-wide price cap on gas imports could endanger the bloc's security of supply.
Berlin Humboldt Forum to return Benin bronze sculptures to Africa
The Berlin Humboldt Forum opens fully to the public this week with a very modern take on the display of cultural items from around the world and a debate on whether some of them should be returned to their homelands.
Oktoberfest, the famous German beer festival, is back.
The Oktoberfest, Germany's famous beer festival, opens in Munich after a two-year break due to the coronavirus pandemic.
This German Passion Play has been performed every decade since 1634
Euronews Culture speaks to Frederik Mayet who plays Jesus in the once in a decade performances of the Oberammergau Passion Play.
Germany must become 'the best equipped army in Europe', says Scholz
"Our army must become the pillar of conventional defence in Europe, the best equipped armed force in Europe," Olaf Scholz said.
Germany takes control of 3 Russian-owned oil refineries
Germany is taking control of three Russian-owned refineries in the country to ensure energy security before an embargo on oil from Russia takes effect next year, officials said Friday.
German gets life sentence for killing worker after COVID mask dispute
The man was refused service at a petrol station for not wearing a mask under COVID-19 rules. He later returned and fatally shot the clerk.
Want to move to Germany? These are the most in-demand jobs
Skilled craftspeople, carers, caterers and engineers are among Germany's most in-demand professions.
These EU countries have spent €300bn to ease the cost of living crisis
Some countries in the eurozone are spending more than others to tackle the rising cost of living for their citizens.
On-the-run prisoner dies in car crash after cross-border manhunt
The man had escaped from day release and hijacked two vehicles before the fatal collision.
Olaf Scholz loses his cool as German energy debate gets heated
The main opposition leader accused Scholz and his coalition of failing the German people amidst an energy crunch and soaring inflation, sparking an angry reaction.
Israel president calls for closer relations with Germany
“The partnership between Israel and Germany has achieved global renown, and we must continue deepening and cultivating it, for the benefit of a brilliant future not only for our countries but for the whole of humanity."