Gabriele P allegedly killed her partner during a sex game and buried his body in the garden
Ukip leader's bizarre claim follows 'final warning' by European Commission
Parliamentary candidate shares image with caption: ‘Adolf get in touch! Germany needs you!’
Reichstag officially cancels talks due to German election, but sources say real reason is anger at new law legalising settlements built on private Palestinian land
Social Democrats benefit from surge in support since nominating Martin Schulz as leader
'It's about democracy, it's about freedom, it's about freedom of the press, freedom of justice and all that is seriously endangered'
Anas Modamani, 19, is seeking a landmark injunction stopping the spread of defamatory posts
Internal email said groups of asylum seekers could trigger 'undesirable interactions'
Government budgets €40m for programme amid huge backlog in asylum claims
Government stepping up security reforms following failures leading up to Berlin attack
Interior Minister Ronald Plasterk warns Russia could be one of the external actors trying to affect the results
Europe's wealthiest individuals are a mixed group.
The President’s currency accusations are keeping the dollar on edge
Chancellor Angela Merkel rejected the criticism saying Germany can't influence the value of the euro
Small German town in mourning after sudden 'unexplained' deaths
Hala - who fled Aleppo with her four children - will not be able to travel to America next month