Chancellor Angela Merkel’s ruling conservatives were on course to form a grand coalition government.
Thousands of guests were not searched as they entered the stadium
The move is likely to heighten tensions as relations between the two powers become increasingly strained over the dispute
MPs outraged as Capita’s chief executive says potential new recruits have too little to do
Almost 1,500 files were discovered in an abandoned military wing
Tsochatzopoulos' conviction is the latest in a series of corruption cases involving prominent public figures
Double defects left vessels without vital sources of coolant for their reactors, despite earlier warnings and incidents
In the aftermath of the assault it was claimed that Prince Harry, who had just arrived at the base in his role as an Apache helicopter pilot for a three-month tour, had been rushed to a “safe house” for his protection.
'It was extremely hot, we were extremely busy, too busy, and we didn't have enough resources' says Lt Colonel Stuart Cattermull
New lines of inquiry linked to the death of a hotel receptionist who was interrogated and abused by British soldiers a decade ago are to be investigated by a specialist team.
Two Turkish F-16s are also believed to have been launched
A missile defence test carried out by the United States and Israel in the eastern Mediterranean today escalated tensions across the region and triggered a military alert out of Moscow just as President Obama made fresh headway towards winning congressional approval for strikes on Syria.
Out of America: The CIA whistleblower struck a blow for us all, but his 1970s predecessor showed how to win
The Ministry of Defence is being sued for negligence in a landmark case by the family of a military policeman who was killed in one of the most notorious episodes of the Iraq war.
The direct costs for Baroness Thatcher's funeral were about £1.2 million, it was announced today.
An inquest has opened into the deaths of Lance Corporal Craig Roberts and newly-identified Edward Maher