An anti-semitic pressure group has become a recognized political party in Poland after being given the green light by judges.
Germany’s chancellor said Monday that U.S. intelligence was crucial in foiling a large-scale terror plot, and acknowledged that her country is “dependent” on cooperating with American spy services.
CZECH Prime Minister Petr Necas announced Sunday night that he will resign over a spy and bribery scandal involving his government.
Berliners haven’t forgotten President John F. Kennedy’s visit to Berlin in 1963, nor the speech that offered so much hope. With him are Governing Mayor Willy Brandt and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer.
Descendants of German automobile entrepreneur Ferdinand Porsche have bought back a 10 percent stake in their holding company from Qatar’s sovereign wealth fund.
Germany’s foreign intelligence service plans a major expansion of internet surveillance despite deep unease over revelations of US online spying, Der Spiegel news weekly reports.
A US regulator told the news agency Reuters that Deutsche Bank’s capital level was ‘horrible” and that they have “no margin of error.”
She said on Friday the U.N. Security Council should meet urgently to reach a joint position on Syria, following news of the USA’s readiness to arm Syrian rebels establish a no-fly zone.
Police officers put up fences near the Reichstag in Berlin ahead of US President Barack Obama’s visit on June 18 and 19.
Millions of German citizens use Microsoft, Apple, Google, Skype or Facebook on a daily basis. Thus, says Germany’s politicians, the Prism affair is less of an American issue than a very troubling bilateral one. Deutsche Welle reports.