Former EP president Schulz under suspicion

Martin Schulz's time as European Parliament president could become the subject of a probe by EU's anti-fraud office it emerged on Thursday.

Hungarian film ‘On Body and Soul’ wins Golden Bear

A Hungarian love story about two slaughterhouse workers who connect in shared dreams won the top award Saturday at this year's Berlin Film Festival.

Déjà vu: Grexit is back on the table!

The British vote to leave the European Union has dominated the economic headlines since last summer’s referendum and overshadowed the fear that Greece — the EU’s most vulnerable and debt-laden country — would crash out of the Eurozone. But could Grexit be poised for a comeback?

EU considers to review foreign investment rules

Germany, France and Italy have sent the Commission a joint letter that urges the EU executive to re-examine the rules to allow them to block or impose strict conditions on deals involving public security and public order.

Fear over EU election upheaval makes investors nervous

Political uncertainty ahead of European elections prompted investors to sell the euro.

Angela Merkel’s economic advisor suspected of insider trading

Insider trading suspicions against Deutsche Börse chief Carsten Kengeter took a new turn after a German media report that he discussed merger plans with the London Stock Exchange with a government official shortly before a large share purchase.

Ex-foreign minister Steinmeier chosen to be Germany’s president

Steinmeier was elected in Berlin by the assembly made up of the 630 members of parliament's lower house and an equal number of representatives from Germany's 16 states.

‘Fake’ German comedian tries to thwart the Netherlands in a battle for second place

In a petty attempt to thwart the Dutch, who still have dibs on second place, Germany (who else), had their famous comedian Jan Böhmermann produce a German video for Donald Trump.

Germany urges EU to speed up trade deals with Asia

Germany wants to boost support for free trade around the world in response to scepticism about it from new US President Donald Trump.

EU nations ring the alarm after US regime closes door on refugees

The EU's traditional power couple France and Germany expressed mounting alarm at key decisions by US President Donald Trump in his first week in office