By Lefteris Papadimas and Renee Maltezou
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Prosecutors pressured a Swiss man accused of spying on a German tax authority to name his inside source or face up to five years in jail.
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German court sentenced an 88-year-old woman to six months in prison on Monday for denying the Holocaust and for inciting hatred.
BERLIN (Reuters) – Flush order books and solid output figures boosted morale among German investors in October, the ZEW research institute said on Tuesday, suggesting a strong phase of growth in
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Germany’s next government should invest 40 billion euros ($47.3 billion) to build out a high-speed, glass-fiber telecoms network or risk a loss of competitiveness, a leading
BERLIN/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Daimler AG is recalling more than 1 million Mercedes-Benz cars and sport utility vehicles worldwide to address potential unintended air bag deployments, the German
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s internet restrictions have struck a “new blow” against foreign companies working there, Germany’s ambassador said on Monday, warning that such moves could undermine
ANKARA (Reuters) – Turkey is determined to press on with its efforts to join the European Union despite tensions with the bloc, the government said on Sunday ahead of an EU summit which will discuss
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain and Germany agreed on Sunday they remained committed to the nuclear deal with Iran after a U.S. decision to decertify the agreement, a spokeswoman said after a call between