Europe

German school teacher barred from wearing hijab

Berlin's neutrality law bars the wearing of overt religious symbols and clothing for state employees on duty.

German primary school teacher barred from wearing hijab

United States

Defence stocks rise after US pulls out of Iran deal

Price of crude oil rises as well, but several companies that do business with Iran experiencing stocks decline.

Defence company stocks rise after US pulls out of Iran deal

Iran

European foreign ministers to hold summit with Iranian leaders

Iran and other signatories to the JCPOA say they will remain committed to the nuclear deal, despite US withdrawal.

European foreign ministers to hold summit with Iranian leaders

Europe

Berlin's iconic street art under threat from property developers

Demand for new housing means some of the most famous artwork might soon disappear behind industrial and residential developments.

Arts & Culture

Karl Marx still sells, 200 years after his birth

Marx's Communist Manifesto changed the world and his bicentennial birthday has inspired celebrations in art, politics, economics and even capitalism.

Science & Technology

Remembering the 'Prince of Mathematicians'

The 'Prince of Mathematicians' is hailed for contributions to number theory, geometry, probability theory and astronomy.

Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss: Why Google honours him today

Europe

ILA 2018: Drone technology showcase in Berlin air show

The ILA air show demonstrates a panoply of new aircraft technologies, but it is drone technologies that are stunning crowds this year.

Germany

Germany moving to limit arms sales to Saudi Arabia, UAE, Turkey

Proposed law would also ban arms exports to other countries involved in military operations and regional crises.

Germany moving to limit arms sales to Saudi Arabia, UAE, Turkey

Europe

Asylum seekers living in limbo in Germany

More than 166,000 have been denied asylum but are temporarily allowed to remain in the country.

Poland

German town on alert as neo-Nazi festival, counter events held

Anti-fascists and local council hold separate events in Ostritz in response to far-right festival on Hitler's birthday.

German town on alert as neo-Nazi festival, counter events held

The Far Right

Neo-Nazis to rally in German town for Hitler's birthday

Far-right sympathisers set to fill streets of sleepy German town, as anti-fascists plan counterprotest and festival.

Anti-fascists to rally against neo-Nazis in Germany's Ostritz

Europe

Germany's capital sees rise in anti-Jewish attacks

The latest victim was wearing a kippah as an experiment to see how safe Jews were in Germany.

Europe

Herbert Diess takes the wheel at Volkswagen

The incoming chief executive of the scandal-hit carmaker is set to steer a shake-up at the company.

Europe

Germany: 'Complete security impossible' with lone wolf attacks

A man drove a van into a crowd in the western German city of Muenster, killing two people before shooting himself dead.

Europe

Germany: Two killed as van drives into crowd in Muenster

A man drove a van into a crowd in the western German city of Muenster, killing two people before shooting himself dead.