Longtime residents are being pushed out of apartments to make way for tourists in the U.S. and Europe.
More than a third of Germany's electricity this year has come from wind, solar, biomass and hydro—but the country still has a long way to go when it comes to clean energy.
A 13-year-old Russian-German girl has admitted to making up a story about being kidnapped and raped by Middle Eastern or North African migrants in a case that outraged Germans and caused far-right protests in Russia.
The aim of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other EU powers in the Greek debt crisis is “apparently to humiliate Tsipras and his government in preparation for its early replacement with a more pliable administration,” writes Seamus Milne, associate editor of The Guardian.
Jewish leaders in Thessaloniki, Greece, are considering how to reclaim—with interest—fares that Nazi Germany made nearly 60,000 Jews pay to send themselves to their deaths at Auschwitz.
An investigation by the Berlin-based newsroom CORRECT!V reveals that Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was downed by a Russian Air Defense Brigade operating on Ukrainian territory, without displaying national emblems.
Klaus-Heidi. That's the name the German airline company dared Swedes to change their moniker to this October in exchange for an all-expenses-paid trip to Berlin. Little did they know so many people would actually do it.
Mikhail Gorbachev is not honored enough for the example he set. His past practices and recent cautions about Afghanistan should be heeded by Barack Obama."Blessed are the peacemakers" certainly applies to Mikhail Gorbachev, a man not honored enough for the example he set.
Do you think that when John McCain helped craft the legislation requiring "I approved this message" at the end of political ads he could have envisioned himself attaching his name and approval to this silliness? Behold, McCain's attempt to elevate the discourse by likening his opponent to Britney Spears and Paris Hilton.