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German anti-Islam protests fizzle, but sentiment festers

Monday’s protest against the perceived “Islamization of the West” attracted little over 4,000 people, according to police.

German prosecutors charge woman who took daughters to Syria

Bavarian woman arrested for charges with preparing an act of violence in Syria.


German police arrest two Salafist suspects in raid

Police said there were no indications that the group had been planning attacks in Germany.


Germany: Counter-demonstrators protest against anti-Islam rallies

The symbolic act came against rallies being organised by the demonstrators protesting against the Islamisation of West.


German Chancellor calls for unity against anti-Islam forces

The movement began in Dresden by staging demonstrations every Monday to protest against the government.


Champions Trophy Hockey: Germany grab last-gasp winner to down India

An error of judgment in the final minute of the game cost Sreejesh and India, as Germany scored.


Bodo Ramelow, Germany’s first state governor from ex-communist party, assumes office

Ramelow’s party is descended partly from East Germany’s communist rulers.


Thomas Mueller scores brace as Germany go past Gibraltar; Cristiano Ronaldo decisive in Portugal win

Thomas Mueller struck twice before Mario Goetze added another in the first half with Yogan Santos netting an own goal.

Euro qualifiers: Not quite a stroll for heavyweights

World champions Germany, Portugal and the Netherlands have made disappointing starts to their campaigns and are all outside the top two in their groups.


A wall that fell

Four out of 10 Berliners in a survey said they still didn’t feel at home in a united Berlin.


Fall of the Berlin wall: 25 years later, Germany marks the fall that changed the world

Chancellor Angela Merkel is opening an overhauled museum Sunday at the site — home to one of few surviving sections of the Wall.


Teenage rebellion anticipated fall of Berlin Wall

Before the protests that led to the fall of the Berlin Wall, a group of teenagers dared to challenge the system and paid a hefty price.


European leaders welcome Scottish vote for united UK

Jose Manuel Barroso said he welcomed the decision of the Scottish voters.


Narendra Modi likely to attend technology fair in Germany in April 2015

Department of Commerce is in touch with key departments and leaders of Indian businesses, seeking their participation in the fair.


Germany to provide funds to Nazis’ child victims

The agreement would provide one-time payments of 2,500 euros ($3,280) for Jewish children who were in concentration camps.