German Police Conduct Raids on ISIS TargetsGerman police carry out dawn raids targeting individuals suspected of inciting people to join ISIS.
Germany Charges Female Who Served at Auschwitz91-year-old woman charged as an accessory to the murder of 260,000 people at Auschwitz.
Germans Arrest ISIS Recruiter Posing as Refugee'Are ISIS Terrorists Hiding among Refugees?' INN asked last week. The resounding answer: 'yes.'
Germany Reinstates Temporary Border ControlsGermany reinstating temporary border controls with immediate effect, says Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere.
Merkel 'Disappointed' by Iran's Attitude on IsraelGerman Chancellor says that it not acceptable for Iran to continue to call for Israel's destruction.
German Foreign Minister to Visit Iran in OctoberFrank-Walter Steinmeier announces plans to travel to Iran in October, in a sign Berlin wants to rebuild ties with the Islamic Republic.
Germany Rejects Criticism of Iran VisitGerman’s Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel rejects criticism from Jewish groups and the opposition of his visit to Iran.
Germany to Iran: Recognize IsraelGerman Vice Chancellor says Iran must recognize Israel in order to have economic relations with Germany.
Germany: Israel Shouldn't Criticize Iran DealGerman Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier criticizes Israel's opposition to nuclear deal, argues it will help Middle East security.
German Source: It's Up to IranGerman government source says deal with Iran could be reached quickly if Tehran is ready to take the last steps.
Bennett Makes Israeli Schools Teach GermanEducation minister signs agreement with German officials to have the language added to schools, including a German diploma.
German Official: Iran Talks May Still FailAs latest deadline for Iran deal approaches, German source stresses "there will not be an agreement at any price".
Nazi Propaganda Continues to Influence GermanySurvey finds 5% of Germans 'extremely' anti-Semitic, doubles with Germans who lived through the Nazi regime.
German Foreign Minister to Make Rare Visit to GazaGermany's foreign minister says he will visit Gaza but will not meet with Hamas leaders.
German Anti-Semitism Commission to Include 2 JewsFollowing criticism, Germany's Interior Ministry appoints two Jews to a new commission on anti-Semitism.
German Court Authorizes Return of Looted PaintingCourt formally authorizes the return of two paintings from Gurlitt trove to their rightful owners' descendants.
German Police Apologize for Banning Israeli FlagBerlin's police apologize after a guard ordered "Jewish flags" removed during a soccer game in the German capital.
German Mayor Quits Due to Fear of Neo-NazisMayor of Tröglitz says he wanted to protect his seven children from racism and violence, knew local authorities would not do anything.
Germany Arrests 22-Year-Old who Joined ISISMan suspected of fighting alongside ISIS in Syria arrested at Duesseldorf airport.
Security Beefed Up in Jewish Areas of BremenPolice step up security of the Jewish community in the German city of Bremen amid a heightened danger from Islamist terrorists.
Jewish Heirs Sue Germany for Nazi-Looted TreasureHeirs of Jewish art dealers, forced by Nazis to sell Guelph Treasure of church relics, demand justice.
Germany Charges Former Auschwitz GuardGerman court charges 93-year-old with 170,000 counts of accessory to murder on allegations he served as an SS guard at Auschwitz.
No Jews in German Anti-Semitism CommissionGerman Jewish groups outraged as government creates a new commission on anti-Semitism without including any Jews in it.
Germany to Investigate Suspected Female Nazi GuardGerman prosecutors investigating Hilde Michnia who is suspected of being a guard in Bergen-Belsen and Gross-Rosen.
German Anti-Islamists Vow to Continue to ProtestPEGIDA promises to take to the streets again next week, after a march was cancelled over a terrorism threat.
Anti-Semitism in Germany On the RiseMore than one in four Germans questioned in new poll equated Israel's treatment of Palestinian Arabs to Nazi persecution of Jews.
Germany: Kosher Butcher Sold Trief Meat for YearsButcher admits to fraud in court, sold 88,000 pounds of non-kosher meat as kosher to escape bankruptcy.
German Biker Gang Joins Fight Against ISISPhotos emerge on social media of members of the group bearing arms in besieged Syrian city; group claims to be on aid mission.
Germany Bans Islamic StateGermany announces a ban on the Islamic State, makes all IS propaganda, symbols and activities illegal.
Germany Extradites ISIS Recruiter to FranceGermany extradites a man suspected to have joined ISIS in Syria back to his native France, 10 days after he was arrested in Berlin.
Reporter Receives Death Threats Over Mine StoryDer Spiegel reporter threatened for quoting angry protestor, called 'Jewish enemy of the prime minister.'
'Neo-Nazi Code' Forces Detergent to be PulledProcter & Gamble apologizes for unintentionally placing a neo-Nazi code on promotional packages for its laundry detergent.
Holocaust-Denying Bishop's Conviction UpheldRoman Catholic Bishop Richard Williamson to pay a fine after court rejects final appeal over 2009 holocaust denial.
Germany Arrests Three Suspected Auschwitz GuardsThree men aged 88, 92 and 94 detained by German authorities on suspicion of being guards at Auschwitz.
Deutsche Bank Denies Boycott of Israeli BankGerman bank strenuously denies reports it flagged Israeli bank as morally questionable.
German Recluse Launches Website on 'Nazi Art'Cornelius Gurlitt, German man suspected of hoarding 1,400 works of art taken from Jews by the Nazis, launches site about the trove.
Germany Debates Law on Looted ArtGermany's parliament debates a law to help return Nazi-looted art to their rightful owners or their heirs.
Germany to Boost Efforts to Return Looted ArtGermany's culture minister says the country will add funding for efforts to return Nazi-looted art to their rightful owners.
Heinrich Himmler's Private Letters PublishedHeinrich Himmler's letters document the rise and fall of Nazi Germany - and the private life of Adolf Hitler's right-hand man.
Germany: No Settlements in Cooperation AgreementsGermany toughens its stance on "settlements", won't sponsor projects beyond the 1949 Armistice Lines.
Bavaria Flip-Flops, Allows Printing of Mein KampfIn yet another about-face, German state decides to publish an annotated edition of Adolf Hitler's hate-filled manifesto.
New Law Would Make Ease Return of Looted ArtGerman state Bavaria drafting a law to ease the return of Nazi-looted art to its rightful owners.
Israel Asks Germany to Keep Art in Jewish HandsDeputy FM Elkin urges Germany to give any Jewish-owned art from Munich trove to Jewish or Israeli museums if heirs are not found.
Victim of Nazi Art Trove: Germany Mishandled CaseAFP interview reveals human side of Nazi art trove story, which continues to unravel as Germany refuses to return all the looted works.
Jewish Leader Blasts Return of Art TroveLeader of Germany's Jewish community slams a decision to return paintings to a man accused of hoarding artworks stolen by Nazis.
Germany to Return Some Artwork to CollectorGerman authorities will order the return of some paintings to a recluse accused of hoarding priceless artworks stolen by the Nazis.
Looted Art May be Returned to Munich ManSome paintings in an art trove looted by the Nazis may be returned to the Munich man in whose apartment they were discovered.
German Pres. Pays Tribute to Kristallnacht VictimsGerman President Joachim Gauck visited a former workshop whose owner fought to save his Jewish staff from deportation.
Experts: Not Easy to Track Owners of Looted ArtIdentifying the rightful owners of a vast trove of art looted by the Nazis will be an enormous task, say experts.
Germany Finds 1,500 Paintings Stolen by NazisNearly 1,500 priceless paintings that were stolen by the Nazis have been discovered in a flat in Munich.
Election Challenge: Germany’s Moral ImperativeGermany has distanced itself from Israel. The reelection of Merkel poses a chance and a challenge. An analysis of the situation.
Germany Admits Exporting Chemicals to SyriaGermany says it exported 111 tons of chemicals to Syria between 2002 and 2006 that could be used in the production of sarin gas.
German Town to Strip Hitler of Citizenship68 years after his death, the German town of Goslar plans to strip the Nazi leader of his honorary citizenship.
German Intelligence: Assad Behind Chemical AttackGerman intelligence has enough evidence to conclude that Assad ordered the chemical attack in Damascus, reports Der Spiegel.
Merkel: Germany Won't Participate in Syria AttackGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel calls for "collective answer" by the UN to the chemical attack in Syria.
Merkel Considering Halting Exports to EgyptGerman chancellor says that stopping arms shipments to Egypt would be an appropriate way to pressure the country to end the violence.
Merkel: First German Leader to Visit DachauAngela Merkel will be the first German official to visit Dachau concentration camp as a "signal of respect for the former detainees."