Officials say 68.1 percent of Germany’s 83 million inhabitants are fully vaccinated, far below the minimum level of 75 percent the government has aimed for
Meanwhile, Belgium and the Netherlands condemned the clashes that rocked weekend protests against new anti-COVID measures
Cologne mosques need to apply for a special permit in order to be able to broadcast the call. The initiative will be limited to two years and then be re-evaluated
The suspect, Josef Schuetz, stands accused of "knowingly and willingly" assisting in the murder of 3,518 prisoners at the Sachsenhausen camp in Oranienburg, north of Berlin, between 1942 and 1945
Union Berlin beat the Israeli champions 3-0, but according to the Youth Forum of the German-Israeli Society Berlin-Potsdam, there were ugly scenes in the stands
Whoever wins, the Greens and the Free Democrats would provide the likeliest route to power for the leading candidates of the Social Democrats and Christian Democratic Union
German election: Vote split nearly even for Angela Merkel's bloc and Social Democrats, show exit polls
Putting together the next coalition government for Europe’s biggest economy could be a lengthy and complicated process
The global 'climate strike' was a multi-generational event amid warnings of 'dangerous' temperature rises unless greenhouse gas emissions are cut sharply in the coming years
Visitors will be enthralled by the artworks that will feature on 70 locations and buildings, including the Brandenburg Gate, the Berlin TV Tower and the Berlin Cathedral
Acclaimed filmmaker and artist Laura Poitras' new exhibit examines COVID-19, fight for racial justice
Together with artist Sean Vegezzi, Poitras puts viewers outside an NYPD outpost in Queens used by the Technical Assistance Response Unit, whose role is to monitor political protests. The unit employs military technology to gather intelligence, including on recent Black Lives Matter rallies, but officers seem unaware that they are being watched as they enter and leave the building.
Germany's Catholic boys choir to establish separate group for girls for first time in its 1,000-year history
The Regensburg choir was founded around the year 975 and is thought to be one of the oldest boys’ choirs in the world.
The BioHub lab will allow members to share biological materials to ensure timeliness when responding to potential outbreaks.
Performers, guests and owners said they were excited to be open again. But standing about outside with a drink isn’t really clubbing, those attending reopened clubs conceded over the weekend.
Berlin Film Festival confirms all-outdoor edition in June, organisers say 'received positive signals' from govt
The event will comprise of movies shown online at the March edition, including the winners of its Golden and Silver Bear prizes, which will be awarded at a gala ceremony on 13 June.
A touch of foresight — as well as passion, planning and a willingness to scrap just about everything — is what prevented some of the major international film festivals to become casualties of the unpredictable pandemic.
Germany’s minister for culture, Monika Gruetters, said the Benin Bronzes were a key test for the way the country deals with its colonial past.
The campaign, launched to coincide with Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day, was organized by the New York-based Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, which negotiates compensation for victims.
As per the research, published in the journal Cell, recovery from COVID-19 as well as vaccination may offer only incomplete protection against these mutant forms
Museums throughout Germany closed at the beginning of November as coronavirus cases increased, but authorities earlier this month eased restrictions to allow some museums, galleries and certain other cultural venues to begin receiving visitors again.
It was reported that people were initially unsure about the whereabouts of the alligator after Berlin was bombed in November 1943