Russian Opposition leader Alexei Navalny, discharged from German hospital after 32 days, mocks Vladimir Putin
In an Instagram post, the Russian Opposition leader scoffed at Putin's comments that Navalny might have poisoned himself, saying it was a "good theory"
The Russian opposition leader, who is being treated for suspected nerve agent poisoning in Germany, said that once he was brought out of the coma, he was confused and couldn't find the words to respond to a doctor's questions
The organisers at Berlin Film Festival said the Silver Bears, which until this year included the best actor and best actress honours, will be replaced with a Silver Bear for Best Leading Performance and a Silver Bear for Best Supporting Performance.
Alexei Navalny arrives in Germany for treatment after delay; comatose Russian dissident stable, say doctors
Navalny, an Opposition politician and a fierce Putin critic, is believed to have drank tea laced with poison
Berlin crashes were Islamist-motivated attack, say German prosecutors; accused being investigated for attempted murder
Six people were injured, three of them severely, when a man allegedly drove into several vehicles, intentionally targeting motorcycles, along a stretch of Berlin’s highway on Tuesday evening
In Berlin, thousands take to streets against coronavirus restrictions; authorities warn of uptick in cases
With few masks in sight, a dense crowd marched through downtown Berlin from the Brandenburg Gate.
The most-stressful part about the remaining six Formula E races would be that they will be hosted over only nine days as opposed to the regular five-month period. The compressed calendar will demand as few errors in the races from both teams and drivers as possible.
'How could you get used to the horror?': German court convicts 93-yr-old ex-Stutthof concentration camp guard
Bruno Dey was convicted of 5,232 counts of accessory to murder by the Hamburg state court, news agency dpa reported
The all-electric Formula E series will hold six races in nine days at Berlin’s former Tempelhof airport in order to finish a season interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, organisers said on Wednesday.
The German football league’s unprecedented two-month suspension came at the right time for Hertha Berlin and the wrong time for city rival Union Berlin.
Nick Kyrgios, Alexander Zverev and Dominic Thiem to play exhibition tennis matches in Berlin in July
Thiem, Zverev and Kyrgios will be joined by Jannik Sinner for the men’s events
Netflix's Unorthodox richly details world of Satmar Hasidic Jews, in an emotionally resonant emancipation story
Unorthodox and Tiger King may both be among Netflix's most buzzworthy new offerings, and both are based on (to varying degrees) true stories, but Unorthodox is everything Tiger King is not: delicate, nuanced, and a work of art.
Reeling under lockdown in Europe, Indians rely on experience, govt healthcare to stay safe and informed about coronavirus
It is not just the poor alone who are taking time to wrap their head around the long-lasting consequences the coronavirus pandemic can have on the world
'With cases on a rise, lockdown seemed like a better option': Indians living in Europe tell tales of living through coronavirus shutdown
“Everything seemed distant till February," and one assumed that the coronavirus was not going to spread, but in March things got ugly in Italy, says an Indian student recounting the days before lockdown in Europe
‘Any solution will be shared’: Donald Trump administration claims after Washington tries to persuade German firm to move coronavirus vaccine research to US
Berlin is trying to stop Washington from persuading a German company seeking a coronavirus vaccine to move its research to the United States, prompting German politicians to insist no country should have a monopoly on any future vaccine
Can we kiss, shake hands in the time of coronavirus? Europeans face fresh dilemma on social etiquette
The government's special commissioner for coronavirus, Angelo Borrelli, has suggested that Italians' demonstrative nature could be contributing to the virus' spread
Students, activists, Indian diaspora protest against CAA, Delhi riots in London; demand Amit Shah’s resignation
A large group of students, human rights activists and diaspora group representatives gathered outside the Indian High Commission on Saturday for a protest against the CAA and the associated violence in Delhi
Dozens, including children, injured in Germany's Volkmarsen after car plows into Carnival parade; driver arrested
A man intentionally drove a car into a crowd of people at a Carnival parade in a small town in central Germany, injuring dozens of people including children, said police
Berlinale 2020: S Jaishankar to inaugurate Indian Pavilion; three films, one documentary part of lineup
The India Pavilion at the Berlinale will provide a platform to popularise Indian cinema in the overseas market.