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The German Chancellor hopes to skim off the windfall profits from energy companies to help pay for plan. The so-called excess profits tax has also been discussed at the European level for weeks. Olaf Scholz says he hopes it'll make a massive difference in people's ability to deal with rising costs.
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Germany's government announced on Sunday a massive new aid plan aimed at tackling spiralling energy prices, with Scholz vowing no German will face the crisis "alone".
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The incident took place last Saturday in the city of Munster.
German man charged for trying to hire fake contract killer on darkweb
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How tensions over the Ukraine war are flaring up in Germany
Ukrainians and Russian speakers both say they have suffered threats and violence since the war began six months ago.
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Poland's top politician said the government would seek €1.3 trillion from Germany in WWII reparations after the release of a report on the cost to the country of Nazi German occupation.
Two German ministry officials 'probed for spying for Russia'
The high-ranking officials are allegedly responsible for sensitive energy issues.
Celebrating Bud Spencer: fans press for Berlin museum to stay put
From national swimming champion to spaghetti westerns - Italian actor Bud Spencer has cult status in Germany and his films are screened weekly. Now fans in Berlin believe a museum celebrating his life should have permanent status
Baltic states pledge wind power hike to cut reliance on Russian gas
Seven countries want to produce 20 gigawatts of wind power by 2030, enough to supply electricity to 20 million households.
Turning off the tap: Gazprom halts Nord Stream 1 gas flows to Germany
Russian energy giant Gazprom halted the flow of natural gas to Europe through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline on Wednesday, in what Germany says is a political move.
US court dismisses Guelph Treasure lawsuit
After years of legal battles, a U.S. court dismisses lawsuit filed by heirs of Nazi-era Jewish art-dealers against a German museum foundation over historic Guelph Treasure ownership.
'Incredibly vile': Arson attempt at nursery hosting Ukrainian refugees
Authorities are not ruling out that the attack was politically motivated.
New season awaits Ukrainian handball champions In German 2nd division
HC Motor Zaporizhzhia has won the Men's Handball Super League nine years in a row. This year they will play as a guest team in Germany's Second Handball-Bundesliga.
German diplomat charged with murdering Belgian husband in Brazil
According to prosecutors, the murder was "committed with cruel means" and Hahn's husband was "severely beaten, causing intense and unnecessary suffering".
Denmark and Germany approve Baltic Sea wind hub to offset Russian gas
When established by 2030, the project could supply electricity to up to 4.5 million European homes.
EU must reform to cope with enlarging to 30-36 members, says Scholz
Scholz said the EU must adapt now for the arrival of new members such as Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia and countries in the Western Balkans.
Girl, 7, dies after being hit by falling statue at hotel in Munich
She was hit by a 200-kilogram statue in a hotel courtyard on Friday.
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Is Germany on the right track with its new hydrogen trains?
Germany has launched the world's first hydrogen-powered rail line. Is this the sustainable alternative it seems to be?
German publisher pulls Winnetou books after accusations of racism
Ravensburger has pulled books depicting Winnetou, a fictional Apache character, over accusations that the story reinforces racist and colonial stereotypes of Native Americans.
Oder river fish die-off remains a mystery as new details emerge
Germany and Poland are still attempting to answer what caused the deaths of thousands of fish in the Oder river that began in late July.
Woman held on suspicion of injuring three with 'sword-like object'
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Bombed and riddled with bullet holes: Car's tragic journey from Bucha
A car in a Berlin exhibit tells the tragic story of four women from Bucha. After Russian forces withdrew from the town on the outskirts of Kyiv, 458 bodies were found in the area, including 12 children.
‘Golden algae’ caused mass fish deaths in River Oder, say scientists
Drought and industrial pollution appear to have created the poisonous cocktail that has puzzled authorities for weeks.