Europe

Artificial intelligence dominates Germany's CEBIT trade fair

The marriage of artificial intelligence and robotics is a top theme at the world's leading tech fair in Hanover.

Germany

Muslims serve food and friendship in Ramadan to beat far right

In bid to tackle Islamophobia, Brunswick's Muslim community invites curious visitors to dinner during holy month.

Muslims serve food and friendship in Ramadan to beat far right

Middle East

Turkey snap election: Europe-based Turks begin voting

Eligible Turkish voters living across Europe have begun to cast their ballots in Turkey's general election.

Business & Economy

Living in an infomercial: Berliners attempt advertising ban

Grassroots collective drafts law seeking to limit commercial advertising in public spaces in Germany’s largest city.

Living in an infomercial: Berliners attempt advertising ban

Refugees

What is an anti-immigrant German NGO doing in Lebanon?

Concern as German group AHA!, stemming from far-right identitarian movement, discourages refugees from going to Europe.

Why has an anti-immigrant 'extremist' NGO set up in Lebanon?

Environment

Why Google honours Mr Woodpecker

Heinz Sielmann, a German naturalist and documentary maker, would have celebrated his 101st birthday.

Heinz Sielmann: Why Google honours him on June 2

Catalonia

German prosecutors apply for Puigdemont's extradition

The former Catalan leader is wanted in Spain on charges of rebellion and misuse of public funds.

German prosecutors apply for Puigdemont's extradition

Elections

Turkey's Cavusoglu to speak in Germany amid tense ties

Ankara says minister will speak at commemoration of a racist arson attack despite speech ban on Turkish politicians.

Cavusoglu to speak at commemoration in Germany amid strained ties

The Far Right

Counter-protesters outnumber far-right AfD rally in Berlin

An estimated 20,000 counter-protesters took to the streets of Berlin on Sunday to demonstrate against an AfD rally.

Counter-protesters outnumber far-right AfD rally in Berlin

Turkey

Turkey slams Germany for allowing pro-Kurdish rally

Turkish foreign ministry calls Berlin's move 'the latest example of double standards' by Germany.

Turkey slams Germany for allowing pro-Kurdish rally in Cologne

Middle East

Iran seeks guarantees as nuclear deal signatories meet

Iran wants economic assurances to stay in nuclear deal and calls for specifics on how that would happen by end of May.

Iran seeks guarantees as JCPOA signatories meet to save deal

Germany

German Deutsche Bank to slash more than 7,000 jobs

Germany's biggest lender to decrease workforce from 97,000 to 'well below' 90,000 as part of cost-cutting strategy.

Germany's Deutsche Bank to lay off more than 7,000 workers

Turkey

German footballers in bid to ease Erdogan photo row

National football players with Turkish origin came under fire in Germany after posing in photos with Turkish president.

Ozil and Gundogan meet German president over Erdogan photo row

Europe

Police vs privacy: New law plan angers Bavarians

Police Task Act grants officers sweeping new powers, despite public outcry that the conservative-sponsored measures endanger privacy.

Football

Turkey, Germany spar over 'Erdoganphobia'

Official accuses Germany of 'Erdoganphobia' as football federation says president used players in election campaign.

Berlin and Ankara trade barbs over Ozil-Gundogan-Erdogan meeting