These men believe that a woman out in a public space is asking for it. Some come from cultures where sexism is endemic
News comes as riot police cope with thousands of anti-immigration Pegida protes descend on Cologne
The attacks have shocked Germany and sparked national debate about immigration rules
'Respect us! We are not fair game even when naked'
The PM had asked for four years, however
Mr Cameron is less liked at home however, where he has a net rating of minus seven points
The year in politics, summarised in painfully awkward photographs
British officials hope leaders' summit in Brussels will establish 'political will' among EU members on UK's demands
If Ms Merkel fails to win her party’s backing for her continued open-door refugee policy, it would lead to a rapid unravelling of her 10-year chancellorship
The magazine said she showed 'moral leadership in a world where it is in short supply'
Last year the Ebola fighters were awarded with the title
Culprits have used Molotov cocktails in their attacks
In part two of our series on the German Chancellor, Tony Paterson charts the journey from Ms Average to Iron Lady
The German leader, who marks 10 years in office this weekend, is hailed by some as the most powerful statesperson in the world today, says our acclaimed Berlin Correspondent Tony Paterson. But how did this reserved pastor's daughter come to command the political stage? What will be her legacy in Germany and Europe? And can she survive the twin crises – an influx of refugees and a crumbling Eurozone – which threaten to tarnish her memory?
The German Chancellor said some of David Cameron's demands for reforming Britain's relationship with the EU would be 'difficult' but said she was confident a solution could be found
Senior members of Merkel's ruling Christian Democrats endorsed plans to drastically curb the rights of Syrian migrants