The suspect to appeared to be suffering from psychiatric problems and had been under the influence of alcohol during the incident, officials said
The city of about 110,000 people is known for its Roman gate, the Porta Nigra, which is near the scene of the crash, and as the birthplace of Karl Marx
In Germany's Stuttgart, 24 arrested after drug check sparks attacks on police, widespread vandalism of stores
Police said 40 businesses were vandalised and nine of them had been looted, while 12 police vehicles were damaged before officers brought the situation under control around 4 am.
Amartya Sen to be awarded the 2020 Peace Prize of the German Book Trade for his work on issues around global justice
To be presented by the German Publishers and Booksellers Association, Börsenverein, the award will recognise Amartya Sen's contribution in addressing questions around social inequality in education and healthcare.
Starting with the opening of biergartens in spring and bookended with the drunken bedlam of Oktoberfest, German summers are a call for the outdoors for a population battered and bruised by long-drawn winters with gray skies and short days.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Madrid air clears up after Spain's curbs on economic activity including road transport to tackle COVID-19 situation
The measures have curbed economic activity including road transport since 14 March, when the government implemented lockdown
‘Assalam Alaiakum, we are proud of you’: Air India flight carrying EU citizens, relief material to Frankfurt earns Pakistan ATC's praise
Air India recently found a rather unexpected praise from an Air Traffic Controller (ATC) of Pakistan
Coronavirus pandemic: Air India to suspend flights to Europe, UK from 19 to 31 March in the wake of visa, travel restrictions
In the wake of travel and visa restrictions due to the coronavirus outbreak, Air India on Tuesday announced temporary suspension of its entire services to Europe and the UK from 19 March till 31 March
Nine dead in shooting in Germany's Frankfurt, attacker suspected of having 'far-right, racist' motives; Angela Merkel says 'hatred is poison'
A 43-year-old German man shot and killed nine people at several locations in a Frankfurt suburb in attacks that appeared to have been motivated by far-right beliefs, officials said Thursday.
World War II-era bomb defused near Frankfurt's European Central Bank headquarters; 16,500 people evacuated before operation
A 500-kilo World War II bomb was defused near the Frankfurt headquarters of the European Central Bank hours after thousands of people were evacuated.
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More than 70 years after the end of World War II, Germany remains littered with unexploded ordnance, a legacy of the intense Allied bombing campaign against Nazi Germany
Mumbai is ranked at the 55th spot in terms of cost of living globally, higher than cities like Melbourne (58), Frankfurt (68), Buenos Aires (76), Stockholm (89) and Atlanta (95), according the 2018 cost of living survey by global consulting firm Mercer
A large-scale evacuation is to take place in Berlin on Friday to allow experts to defuse a World War II bomb, police said.
PNB scam: The Nirav Modis and Vijay Mallyas of India have turned escaping authorities into an art of living
Nirav Modi, his wife, and uncle Mehul Choksi sauntered into the airport and left the country when the probe into their activities was already well on its way, proving once again the legit way is also the safest way to escape
Heavy snowfall in Europe including Britain and Germany caused travel mayhem
Deutsche Telekom and SoftBank reached an impasse last week in their talks as SoftBank directors expressed doubts over giving up control of Sprint.
Bayern head north to Hamburg, who are winless in their last six games, with another big win on the cards.
Germany defuses World War II bomb after evacuating 60,000 people; largest such manoeuvre in 70 years
German explosives experts defused a massive World War Two bomb in the financial capital of Frankfurt on Sunday after thousands of people were evacuated
Former Grand Slam champion Boris Becker to be named German Tennis Federation's first 'head of tennis'
Boris Becker, the 49-year-old who was declared bankrupt in June, has been given the new role in which he will manage all German men's tennis and oversee the running of the Davis Cup team.