Refugees in Germany meet some of the kindest volunteers, and angriest arsonists
Germany says this year it's receiving the largest migrant influx in the country’s postwar history. The reactions couldn't be more extreme.
Someone just bombed central Bangkok, Thai police say
Several people are reported dead in a rare bombing in Thailand's capital.
Germany gasses or shreds 45 million newborn chicks each year. And it's not alone
Farmers and animal rights activists are not convinced by the agricultural authorities' plan to stop the practice.
This German newspaper thought Russia might invade Berlin
Old habits die hard.
France has a plan to save Europe, but there’s not much room in the lifeboat
The fundamental fix? Paring down the EU to look more like it did in the 1950s.
German journalists face treason charges for the first time in decades for publishing state secrets
This is an 'impermissible attempt to silence two critical colleagues,' Germany's journalist association says.
A German bill would force sex workers to carry IDs and clients to wear condoms
Is Big Brother going to the red light district?
New footage of MH17 crash site 'sickens' viewers a year on
The timing of the video's release is just uncanny.
Social media explodes after Merkel shoots down asylum for crying Palestinian
The hashtag #Merkelstreichelt (Merkel strokes) became the top trender on Twitter in Germany.
Watch Angela Merkel destroy the asylum dreams of a crying Palestinian teenager — on TV
Germany 'just can't manage.'
'Bookkeeper of Auschwitz' Oskar Groening found guilty of accessory to murder
He was sentenced to four years in prison.
That awkward moment when Greece rejects all its creditors' demands, then has to ask them for money
The Greeks need that sweet euro zone cash, but will they get it?
Prosecutors seek 3-year jail term for 'Bookkeeper of Auschwitz'
Oskar Groening is accused of 300,000 counts of accessory to murder in the cases of deported Hungarian Jews.
Are 4 million Greek votes enough to convince Angela Merkel to give up on austerity?
Analysis: Greece's fate is in Germany's hands.
Hitler’s beloved art is fetching millions and making Germans mad
Until recently, everybody thought most Nazi-sponsored art had been destroyed in World War II. Turns out there's a thriving underground market.
Germans are trolling Greece with 'Grexit' vodka cocktails
Greeks say they can handle a bit of dark humor, even from their leading creditors.
Who doesn't want a beer before talking about economic sanctions?
Obama and Merkel kick off the G7 in Germany with beer, lederhosen and a hard line on Russia. Oh, and a walk in a meadow.
Beer, oompah music as Merkel treats Obama to folksy welcome
As Russian President Vladimir Putin seeks to exploit any cracks in the united Western front on sanctions, Merkel treated Obama to a cozy reception heavy with symbolism.
Heavy police presence for G7 as protesters stage colorful demos
Around 4,000 people staged largely peaceful protests on the eve of the G7 summit in southern Germany.
German police find Hitler's long-lost horse sculptures
The bronze, life-sized statues were found in a warehouse operated by art thieves.
German police have foiled a major terror plot. So why haven't you heard about it?
Four people have been arrested for planning to bomb public spaces and kill innocent people.
Germanwings co-pilot 'practiced descent on previous flight'
The investigation has confirmed initial suspicions that Lubitz deliberately crashed the plane.
Nazi camp survivor recalls liberation of Dachau 70 years later
Clement Quentin had lost all hope when American trucks rolled in to liberate the camp.
In Germany, DIY porn is the difference between East and West
The Berlin Wall remains, at least when it comes to sexuality.
Four killed as hurricane-strength winds pummel Europe
Officials are calling the weather one of the 'worst storms in recent years.'
Prosecutors say Germanwings copilot had suicidal tendencies
Lufthansa officials said Andreas Lubitz's medical records were subject to doctor-patient confidentiality.
Almost all the nations trying to keep Iran from a nuclear bomb have lots of nuclear bombs
With the exception of Germany, the countries negotiating with Iran right now — The United States, the United Kingdom, France, China and Russia —account for almost all of the world's nuclear weapons. Oh, and Israel too.
Crash pilot was psychiatric patient, planned big gesture: paper
The co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing a passenger plane in the French Alps told his girlfriend he was in psychiatric treatment, and that he was planning a spectacular gesture that everyone would remember.
Torn-up sick notes show Germanwings copilot should have been grounded
Andreas Lubitz's mental health has become a central question in the ongoing investigation.
Western powers pledge unity in Iran nuclear talks
The British, French, German and US foreign ministers noted 'substantial progress' in the discussions with Tehran.
West presses Putin to back 'last-chance' Ukraine peace bid
Western leaders challenged Russian President Vladimir Putin Saturday to prove he wants peace in Ukraine.