European Union nations are spending millions and issuing emergency decrees to cope with the possibility that Britain will leave the bloc on March 29 without a deal.
Germany's largest lender is in a malaise - and the sense is is it cannot be allowed to last.
- by Steven Arons, Birgit Jennen & Nicholas Comfort
Three German skiers have been killed in an avalanche in Austria and a fourth was still missing on Sunday, say police.
Four men went on trial on Thursday for stealing a gold coin the size of a manhole cover from one of Germany's flagship museums in a daring night-time heist using a ladder and a wheelbarrow.
A lawmaker from the far-right Alternative for Germany party was attacked and seriously wounded by several men in the northwestern city of Bremen in what police said on Tuesday may have been a politically motivated assault.
Winter weather blasted Europe for yet another day on Tuesday, whipping up high winds that caused flight delays and raising the risks of deadly avalanches.
Berlin's legendary nightlife is touted by tourism authorities and supported by the city's politicians. What lessons can be learnt by Sydney?
- by Andrew Taylor
Part hippie, part hipster, the activists of Generation Identity are one result of a broad image makeover the far right has tried to give itself in recent years.
- by Katrin Bennhold
The disgraced reporter set up a donation drive ostensibly to help two Syrian orphans he had profiled. But the money went to his private bank account.
- by Christopher F. Schuetze
Claas Relotius resigned from Der Spiegel after admitting some of his vivid investigative articles included made-up material from interviews that never happened.
Germany has agreed to one-time payments to survivors who were evacuated from Germany as children.