On the anniversary of the publication of the Communist Manifesto on February 21st, 1848, we look at its controversial co-author Karl Marx, his beliefs, and what he means to Germany and the world today.
Mercedes-Benz parent company Daimler could be set for a massive fine in Germany over diesel trickery, as prosecutors confirmed Wednesday they had opened a probe similar to one that cost Volkswagen one billion euros
Germany said Wednesday it would hold firm on its decision to halt weapons exports to Saudi Arabia, shrugging off British warnings that the embargo could hurt European credibility and efforts to bring peace in Yemen.
The genocide of Yazidi communities by Islamic State turned journalist and filmmaker Düzen Tekkal into a human rights activist. She wants to empower survivors and call out racism, as well as extremism in Germany.
A Catholic hospital was wrong to fire a high-ranking doctor after he got divorced and remarried, Germany's top labour court ruled Wednesday, saying it was unfair to treat him differently from non-Catholic colleagues.