Two helicopters clipped each other and crashed as they landed in a snowstorm near Berlin's Olympic Stadium during a federal police exercise on Thursday, leaving one person dead and several injured.
Alex Spillius The Syriza party accused Germany of 'terrorising' voters into supporting pro-bailout parties.
Siobhan Dowling The days of hedonistic clubbing in the German capital could well be numbered.
German police are still hunting for four bandits who stormed a poker tournament, making off with $360,000 in jackpot money.
Models present alternative fashion during the Chevrolet Underground Catwalk 2011 on July 6, 2011 in Berlin, Germany.
Helen Pidd When the owners of the Mercedes locked their car on Wormser Strasse in Berlin on Thursday night, they probably knew it was risky.
BERLIN: A group of left-wing politicians have been criticised for refusing to observe a minute's silence on Saturday to commemorate more than 136 people who died trying to breach the Berlin Wall.
Helen Pidd, Berlin Hagen Koch, just 21 in the summer of 1961, had the task of marking out the 50-kilometre route of the Berlin Wall in white paint.
Helen Pidd, Berlin Half a century after the infamous German wall was built, two former east Berliners look back at how it changed their lives forever.
The 13th of August marks 50 years since the wall went up overnight in Berlin dividing the eastern and western parts of the city.
Erik Kirschbaum The German state of Bavaria announced on Wednesday it had scrapped plans to publish a new academic reprint of Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf" with critical commentary when its legal power to ban the book...
Henry Meyer and Scott Rose Vladimir Putin's dream of re-creating the Soviet empire is being tested on the streets of Kiev.
Erik Kirschbaum, Belinda Goldsmith Berlin: Hurricane-force winds cut transport and power in northern Britain and and blasted towards mainland Europe, as meteorologists warned Storm Xaver could be the worst to hit the continent in...
Tony Wright It takes time to figure out the meaning of the big days in our lives; for some they become cleavers,
Mark Hudson The 20th century was not short of ''notorious'' artistic events: the riot at the premiere of Stravinsky's Rite of Spring in 1913, the unveiling of Marcel Duchamp's Fountain, a urinal exhibited as a...
Alan Crawford US senator John McCain called on National Security Agency director Keith Alexander to quit over the damage done by revelations that his agency may have tapped German Chancellor Angela Merkel's mobile...
Bruno Waterfield The German pensioner accused of hiding a vast Nazi-era collection of artwork in his Munich flat has publicly insisted that the paintings are his "private property" and he wants them back.
Alison Smale Chancellor Angela Merkel demanded on Monday that Russia allow its onetime subjects - particularly in Ukraine - to exercise the sovereign right to make alliances as they choose.
Germany's domestic intelligence agency is planning to expand its counterintelligence operations to include friendly countries following revelations about the United States' extensive spying...
Oliver Suess German Green Party lawmaker Hans-Christian Stroebele met Edward Snowden in Moscow yesterday to discuss the possibility of the US fugitive testifying in Germany as new revelations of spying by the...