'In times when we have to argue with many about free trade, open borders and democratic values, it's a good sign that Japan and Germany no longer argue'
Ivo Daalder rebukes President for saying Germany owes US money for its defence
German Chancellor and US President discuss trade agreements, Nato, and job training programmes
Conspiracy of Cells of Fire militants vow to continue attacks on European 'oppressors'
Initial reports say man and woman held at gunpoint
Justice minister says Facebook and Twitter are not taking down defamatory content quickly enough
Chancellor Angela Merkel called earlier outbursts issued from Ankara 'completely misguided'
Taps was a so-called cappuccino bear – a cross between a brown bear and a polar bear
Mevlut Cavusoglu repeated the Turkish President’s assertion that Germany’s ‘practices are similar to those of the Nazi era’
Marcel Hesse is possibly armed and dangerous, police say
Anas Modamani fails to gain order for Facebook to proactively remove defamatory content
Mr Erdogan has been condemned for accusing Germany of reverting to ‘Nazi practices’
'The transition is fully underway. If we are looking for cheap, competitive and reliable, I don’t see much alternative to wind' says Wind Europe spokesman
Survey of 2,500 voters finds support for Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats falling away seven months before federal elections
Syrian man accused of killing Syrian government employees in March 2013
Working group releases critical findings after outrage over Cologne Police tweet