A US auction house is selling one of Adolf Hitler’s telephones at an estimated price of $200,000 to $300,000. The auction house said bidding would start at $100,000 this weekend.
Turkey’s religious affairs agency said on Friday it had recalled six clerics from Germany for exceeding their authority, but lashed out at German police for raiding the homes of preachers suspected of spying for Ankara.
Germany expects PSA Group’s proposed acquisition of General Motors’ Opel business to go ahead, a minister said on Thursday, after the U.S. carmaker sought to allay fears of large-scale plant closures.
Envoys from leading global powers called Thursday for greater co-operation to tackle current conflicts and prevent future crises, pushing back against the isolationist tendencies associated with the new U.S. administration.
German airline Lufthansa said Wednesday it had agreed to boost pilots’ salaries by 8.7 percent over four years, hoping to end years of disputes and costly walkouts by air crew.
Defense minister Ursula von der Leyen has said that Germany’s army needs a bigger budget if it is to keep up with NATO requirements.
Austrian police arrested an Adolf Hitler lookalike Monday after he was spotted wandering around the Führer’s hometown sporting his infamous moustache and side parting, a spokesman said.
Austria’s Foreign and Integration Minister Sebastian Kurz (ÖVP) has said that in principle he understands why US President Donald Trump has promised to build a wall between the US and Mexico.
Tunisia’s Youssef Chahed has rebuffed any responsibility for the events that led to a Tunisian national perpetrating the Berlin Christmas attack.
Germany’s economy expanded in the final three months of 2016, and the pickup was more pronounced than in the previous quarter, the statistics office reported.