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Athens haircut agreement would ward off the threat of disorderly default in March.
Philipp Roesler tells parliament Germany only experiencing a temporary “growth dent.”
British publisher insists he wants to demystify Hitler’s book, while critics see profit motive.
Christian Wulff under fire yet again for cosy relations with businesspeople – and now his wife Bettina is in hot seat.
Auschwitz Museum files a complaint against Germans alleged to move documents from Poland.
German minister Westerwelle calls for European rival to Standard & Poor's.
Berlin techno clubs including Berghain, Cookies and Weekend face steep tax bills after inspectors deny their cultural value.
A shocking crime spree highlights the quiet, insidious role of Germany's women neo-Nazis.
Analysis: Merkel’s opposition to a powerful euro zone solution, explained.
Europeans accuse Berlin of using the euro crisis to boost German power.
The software could let authorities spy via webcams and microphones.
Hoody-wearing hackers unexpectedly become legislators.