In the countryside outside Düsseldorf lie the scars of a long dead coal mining industry. Chris Beanland visits a former mine that’s gone from eyesore to local hub
The German Chancellor studies interviews and speeches ahead of meeting a new leader
Theresa May is seeking to emphasise British co-operation on training, cyber security and maritime patrols
'Spending also goes into UN peacekeeping missions, into our European missions and into our contribution to the fight against Isis terrorism,' says defence minister Ursula von der Leyen
Conspiracy of Cells of Fire militants vow to continue attacks on European 'oppressors'
The mock-up front page comes after German Chancellor told Turkey to 'stop making Nazi comparisons'
Brigitte Zypries said that she’s banking on both the President’s 'rationality' and the power of the law, to make ensure that the tax does not come into effect
President and Foreign Minister both threaten to scrap deal
Taps was a so-called cappuccino bear – a cross between a brown bear and a polar bear
Two suspects arrested as specialist officers search one of Germany’s largest shopping centres
Government document seen by The Independent shows Berlin spent almost double budget
Row worsens amid Turkish anger over cancellations of pro-referendum campaign events
Mr Erdogan has been condemned for accusing Germany of reverting to ‘Nazi practices’
'We don't want to see the Nazi world anymore. We don't want to see their fascist actions'
Post-mortem results indicate Amri used cocaine and hashish, but cannot confirm whether he used the drugs before carrying out attack
'Muslim pupils in the school building are praying, clearly visible to others,' letter to staff says