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This week’s Berlin Film Festival celebrates German film in exile.
Roma welcome Berlin monument, but warn they still face discrimination across Europe.
Angela Merkel could lose one more ally after education minister’s university leaks a report.
Peer Steinbrueck helped Germany stave off financial crisis. Unseating Angela Merkel will be much harder.
German firm’s decision to restrict sales of a drug used in lethal injections reflects the European Union’s opposition to capital punishment.
Merging Europe’s Airbus maker EADS and Britain’s BAE would create a defense giant. But getting governments and other shareholders to agree to the deal is proving difficult.
A Cold War drama about East Germany has romance, intrigue and the Stasi as the bad guys: all the elements for a successful movie export.
Germany’s constitutional court is set to rule on the constitutionality of the financial bailout fund this week. A thumbs-down would plunge the EU into turmoil.
Why young Germans are down on the euro.
A decade on Germans are still divided about whether a welfare and labor overhaul that helped transform their once ailing economy was more shock or therapy.
The Greek prime minister has asked Germany for more time to implement reforms as the window to save the euro shrinks.
Allowing prices to rise could help ease the euro crisis, but Germans just aren’t buying it.
The Bundeswehr is making itself more attractive to women. Or trying, at least.
The media echo chamber hypes Hamelin’s latest rodent ‘plague’
Forget debt. Europe has a new big problem: the insurmountable differences between Merkel and Hollande.
A mole is leaking strategic information to the press ahead of Euro 2012 matches.
As the rest of the world struggles to feed out of work masses, Germany loses billions due to skilled labor shortage.
The Greeks — narrowly — opted for a safer course, voting for the pro-bailout, pro-euro zone parties.
Euro crisis end game: Syriza, which could win Sunday’s crucial election, has risen to popularity promising to call the bluff of Greece’s creditors.
Suddenly, Europe’s safe haven isn’t looking all that safe.