A German language school textbook distributed in Turkey has received criticism for allegedly photoshopping hijabs onto various women.
Small but mighty, we discover how mussels are helping to clean the Baltic Sea.
Authorities in the German city of Bocholt at mulling over a possible speeding fine for an unlikely criminal.
Don't whatever you do mention the law!
Her owner says locals know her and tram drivers even slow down for her as she completes her 15km-a-day constitutional.
The mayor in the town of Tübingen has told land owners to 'build or loose' their properties. This weekend 20 letters were sent out to people that own unused land in the area. According to the letters they now have fours years to either build residential living space or they will be forced to sell.
Veterans of the secret ‘Ghost Army’ tasked with deceiving Nazi forces with decoy tanks have been recalling their extraordinary role in World War Two.
In this edition we travel to Germany to see how the AfD are campaigning to 'save diesel', amid rising climate protests across Europe.
A German woman and her son were found dead on the Spanish island of Tenerife, police said, after an apparent attack in which another child survived.
It is claimed marbles has been played at Tinsley Green in West Sussex for hundreds of years.
About 500 people took part this year in the "Georgi ride", a deeply rooted tradition that sees priests bless the horses, sprinkling holy water on each one of them.
German team '1st MC Erzgebirge' won the World Marbles Championships title on Good Friday beating former champions Black Dog Boozers by 39–0 in a one-sided final
Their bus plummeted down a slope in Wednesday's crash in the coastal town of Canico.
Dance then, wherever you may be - but be careful if you live in Germany!
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said demanding reparations is "a historic and moral duty and a duty in memory of the heroes of the past."
Our correspondent Sandor Zsiros leaves Belgium, heads to Luxembourg and arrives in Germany en route from Brussels to Strasbourg parliament, to get a snapshot of life along the corridor which takes the Brussels bubble to France.
Good Morning Europe's Belle Donati sits down with German MEP Terry Reintke ahead of the upcoming European Elections.
Inventors in Germany have developed a bracelet aimed at combatting a fear of many clubbers — drink spiking.
With the UK poised to leave the EU, the geographical centre of the continent may be about to shift. And they want to make Theresa May an honorary citizen!
The cherry trees were planted in the 1980s to bring this working class district to life. Now the streets of Heerstraße and Breite Straße have become an annual spectacle.
Last year property prices in the German capital rose by 20 percent.
Protesters take to the streets of Berlin and other German cities, fed up of rising rental prices
The art school movement began in 1919 and ended in 1933, the year Hitler came to power, coinciding with the lifespan of the Weimar Republic.
The US President appears to confuse his father with his grandfather.
Six apprentice makeup artists showed off their best handiwork with brushes, prosthetics and maquillage on Sunday (March 31) at the German makeup artistry championship
A prosecution spokesman said 10 people were arrested in Germany on suspicion of planning a major attack with weapons and explosives but they were later released after no evidence of arms was found.