Showing support for the victims of the Nice attack is not synonymous with supporting French foreign policy. It is synonymous with supporting the victims of the Ramadan attacks in Baghdad, Medina and Dhaka. They were all killed by the same terrorist ideology
Amaq, the media arm of the Jihadist militant group, says the ‘operation’ was in response to nations that are part of an anti-Isis coalition, and claimed to identify the attacker
About 20 people injured, including two in a life-threatening condition, during assault in Bavaria
Some witnesses say they heard the suspect shout 'Allahu Akbar' ('God Is Great') during the attack
Five class heads made decision to leave after school refused to make pupil go home
German domination 'provokes resentment' in the Eurozone, says professor
May, who supported keeping the UK in the EU but will now be in charge of overseeing its departure, vowed to crack down on the excesses of big business, including executive pay
At first, there was complete silence from officials. As rumours spread on social media, police had nothing to say about allegations of mass sexual assaults and other crimes carried out on New Year's Eve in the German city of Cologne.
The European Food Safety authority calls the chemical found in the chocolate as 'likely carcinogenic and mutagenic'
Judge ruled that there was no legal basis for preventing Aqilah Sandhu from wearing a headscarf at work, but local authorities plan to appeal the decision
Berlin-based website Jobspotting.com reports servers ‘on fire’ with four times more visits from the UK than in May
German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel said British people living in Germany should have the right to dual citizenship, as thousands of young people voice their uncertainty in the wake of the Brexit vote
Helmut Kohl warns EU leaders to take ‘step back’, and calls for greater respect for regional identities
Muhannad M said his religion prohibited him from keeping the money for himself
Germany moves to refute Boris Johnson’s claim UK will still be able to access single market
Parties across Europe 'have watched what Ukip have achieved in terms of hijacking the mainstream agenda in the UK and are very keen to take that forward in their own countries'