Ethics Council announces reappraisal of the pandemic +++ Here you find the most important news about the spread of the disease in Germany.
A government coalition of SPD, Greens and FDP is getting closer. After initial exploratory talks, official coalition negotiations could soon begin.
The ornate bronzes once stood in the palace of the Kingdom of Benin. Germany now intends to return the art treasures, which are considered looted property, to Nigeria.
German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz is meeting his G20 counterparts in Washington. In his view, the planned global tax reform will bring Germany billions.
More and more species of animals and plants are becoming extinct worldwide. Federal Environment Minister Svenja Schulze has called for greater efforts to prevent species extinction.
The first Tesla electric cars could roll off the assembly line in Brandenburg before the year is out. A lithium factory to produce batteries is also to be built nearby.
On her last visit to Israel as German chancellor, Angela Merkel has urged future German governments to take responsibility for Israel's security.
As the humanitarian situation in and around Afghanistan continues to deteriorate, Germany is providing additional aid funding.
Evacuation flights for several thousand Afghans from the US base in Ramstein in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate to the United States are to resume on Saturday.
After the Nobel Prize in Physics went to Klaus Hasselmann, Benjamin List is to receive the Nobel Prize in Chemistry together with Scottish-born US researcher David W.C. MacMillan.
Initial consultations on a government coalition involving the SPD, the Greens and the FDP have begun in Berlin.