Deutsche Bank Flatly Denies Boycott of Israeli BankGerman bank strenuously denies reports it flagged Israeli bank as morally questionable.
German Recluse Launches Website on 'Nazi Art' TroveCornelius 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 Art to OwnersGermany's culture minister says the country will add funding for efforts to return Nazi-looted art to their rightful owners.
Private Letters Shed New Light on the Man Behind the HolocaustHeinrich 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.
German State Flip-Flops, Allows Publication of Mein KampfIn yet another about-face, German state decides to publish an annotated edition of Adolf Hitler's hate-filled manifesto.
New German Law Would Make Ease Return of Looted Art to OwnersGerman state Bavaria drafting a law to ease the return of Nazi-looted art to its rightful owners.
Israel Asks Germany to Keep Stolen 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 Case: Germany's Handling 'Scandalous'AFP interview reveals human side of Nazi art trove story, which continues to unravel as Germany refuses to return all the looted works.
German Jewish Leader Blasts Return of Art Trove to RecluseLeader 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 Looted Artwork to Man Who Held ThemGerman authorities will order the return of some paintings to a recluse accused of hoarding priceless artworks stolen by the Nazis.
Germany: Some of Looted Art Trove 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 President Pays Tribute to Kristallnacht VictimsGerman President Joachim Gauck visited a former workshop whose owner fought to save his Jewish staff from deportation.
Experts: It Won't be 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 Honorary Citizenship68 years after his death, the German town of Goslar plans to strip the Nazi leader of his honorary citizenship.
German Intelligence Concludes Assad is 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 Arms 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 to Become 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."
German Cartoon: Netanyahu 'Poisonous' to PeaceA cartoon published in a German newspaper this week portrayed Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu as an obstacle to peace.
Germany, U.S. Tell Egypt: Release MorsiGermany and the United States call for the release of ousted Egyptian president amid tensions between supporters and opponents.
German Newspaper: Anti-Semitic Cartoon a MisunderstandingGerman newspaper expresses regret after publishing a cartoon depicting Israel as a ravenous monster.
German Newspaper Depicts Israel as 'Ravenous Monster'Leading German daily newspaper sparks outrage after publishing cartoon depicting Israel as a beast devouring German military weapons.
Germany Uncovers 'Model Plane' Terror PlotGerman authorities stage raids after uncovering an alleged Islamist plot to carry out attacks using model airplanes.
Jews Applaud German Resolution Combating Anti-SemitismThe American Jewish Committee praises German Parliament for passing by an overwhelming majority a resolution on combating anti-Semitism.
Trial of Prominent German Neo-Nazi Cell PostponedMunich court said Monday it would delay the beginning of trial proceedings of neo-Nazi cell to allow for a new media accreditation process.
Polish Weekly Under Fire For Merkel Concentration Camp PhotoA Polish magazine came under fire after its cover photo featured German Chancellor Angela Merkel as concentration camp prisoner.
German Museum Returns Art Looted by NazisA German museum for the first time on Tuesday returned a painting despoiled by the Nazis to the estate of a late German Jewish art dealer.
Golden Dawn Cozies Up To German Neo-NazisThe Greek neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party is forging close contacts with Bavarian neo-Nazis, the German Spiegel Online newspaper reported.
Rare Nazi-Seized Posters to Auction in New YorkA trove of about 4,300 rare vintage advertising posters that were seized by the Nazis in 1938 will go to auction in New York.
Popular German Rapper Utilizes Twitter to Delete IsraelA popular German rap star sparked outrage after tweeting “Free Palestine” and a map of the Israel filled with colors of “Palestinian” flag.
German Ruling 'Milestone' in Religious FreedomJewish groups have praised the decision by the German Parliament to allow religious circumcision.
German Ministers Back Bid to Ban Neo-Nazi PartyGermany's state interior ministers back a bid to outlaw the neo-Nazi NPD party. German Jews welcome the move.
German Neo-Nazi Party Appeals to Court for LegitimizationGermany's neo-Nazi NPD party said on Tuesday it had turned to the constitutional court for confirmation of its legitimacy.
Former Neo-Nazi: Joining Taliban was a 'Terrible Mistake'A former neo-Nazi who joined Taliban and attacked an American base near Afghan-Pakistan border said in court he “made a terrible mistake”.
Sudan Refuses to Allow US Marines to Protect EmbassySudan won't allow the United States to send a platoon of Marines to protect its embassy from rioting Muslims.
Germany: Iran Nukes 'Not an Option'"We share the Israeli concerns about Iran's nuclear program," German Foreign Minister says in Jerusalem.
Turkey Backs Jews against German Circumcision BanTurkey has swayed from its anti-Semitic stance to fight the ban on religious circumcision in a German province. “A danger for liberty.”
Rabbi Metzger: German Circumcision Judge Was Naïve – or SillyThe German judge who ruled that circumcision is a criminal act was naïve, and perhaps even silly, Israel’s Chief Rabbi Yona Metzger said.
Video: Neo-Nazi Flash Mobs Bombard German CitiesA German neo-Nazi group has been staging flash-mob protests that echo fascist rallies of 1930s, utilizes YouTube to achieve '"mortality."
Lithuanian Fan Performs Nazi Salute During Olympic GamesA Lithuanian basketball fan goaded two African American Olympic stewards with his arm raised in what appeared to be a Nazi salute.
German Parliament Passes Resolution Protecting CircumcisionGermany's lower house of parliament passes a resolution to protect the religious circumcision of infant boys.
Berlin Hospital Suspends CircumcisionsBerlin’s Jewish Hospital has suspended circumcisions in the wake of a court ruling that the procedure is a crime punishable by law.
Court Rules Survivor's Family Must Return Artifact to BerlinA court ruled that the family of a Holocaust survivor must return a 3,200-year-old artifact to a German museum.
Neo-Nazis Injure Pro-Israel Backers in GermanySuspected masked neo-Nazis attacked an “I Like Israel” booth in Germany and wounded three people. One attacker was arrested.
German Jews Welcome Publication of 'Mein Kampf'The head of the Central Council of Jews in Germany calls Bavaria's decision "responsible" and a "good idea".