Andreas Scheuer argues 'political Islam' undermines efforts to integrate people in Germany
11 people were killed and 85 people were injured when the two commuter trains collided at 60mph
It is reported that 555 were younger than 14-years-old
'It can’t be that we can’t fulfil our Nato obligations because of overtime'
'We hope that it will not have to be necessary to decide on such matters'
An amusement arcade employee raised the alarm over 'strange noises' coming from a bin
The report ranks the UK as the bloc’s third most meddling country - below Finland and Sweden - when it comes to regulating citizens private lives
Officials insisted Lieutenant Bertram Arthur James's detention was 'in no way comparable' to being held in a death camp
Germany's ambassador to Turkey was reportedly summoned over the video
The company has insisted the move is unrelated to the Cologne sex attacks
'“If you don’t in the end have any physical harm to show for it - you haven’t been ripped apart, you haven’t gotten bruises, you’re not getting a conviction'
Boredom, the lack of space and inactivity lead to frequent outbreaks of violence, yet authorities plan to accommodate a further 5,000 people at Tempelhof airport in Berlin
Whether regretting the human condition or laying our ghosts to rest, creativity is the key, says Roger Scruton. In this essay from his new collection, he explains how 'all is not lost, if art remains, to show that all is lost'
Men who had fled war and persecution in their home country rush to the aid of politician who has previously made statements including 'the boat is full', 'stop the asylum flood' and 'integration is genocide'
A Dutch tourist attraction has been blasted for created a bunker resembling Anne Frank's wartime hideout
When she called the British embassy in Warsaw, a diplomat refused to believe her story