A recent poll suggested half of Germans want Merkel out as Chancellor
There were 1000 attacks on refugee shelters in Germany in 2015, up by 500% from the year before
Detlef Seif has become an unlikely internet sensation as his attempt to defend his boss backfired
‘The guidelines of German Middle East policy have not changed,' official insists
Obama described national laws and protections as “regulatory and bureaucratic irritants and blockages to trade.”
The comedian Jan Böhmermann is accused of insulting Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on German television
'What I'm about to read is not allowed,' the young comedian says before reading
The US President will open Hannover Messe on 24 April
German Chancellor Angela Merkel admits there are 'many things to resolve', but expresses 'cautious optimism'
Angela Merkel says deal 'gives the EU a chance to get a sustainable, pan-European solution to the refugee issue'
Currently, victims must prove they resisted physically and verbally, in order to prove that they have been raped
Sunday’s results meant that the right-wing nationalist party now holds seats in eight of Germany’s 16 state parliaments
The elections saw the rise of the anti-immigration party AfD
Macedonia is 'paying for the mistakes of the EU' says President Ivanov, as his country seals its border with Greece
The priest said he had received numerous written and verbal death threats, including a letter that advised him: 'Off to Auschwitz with you'
They argue the route remains open for Syrian and Iraqi refugees, and therefore should not be declared closed