Despite Berlin's backing of the Cyprus bailout, Germany remains divided over how to deal with the eurozone crisis
Germany's biggest private lender has sold its British insurance business to raise urgently needed cash to pay looming penalties for its past misdeeds and to fight speculation of requiring state aid to stay afloat.
Nearly 30 percent of citizens have abstained from casting their votes in Sunday's polls. According to exit polls, the far-right ELAM party may make it into the parliament for the first time.
French President Emmanuel Macron is impatient to reinvigorate the eurozone. But this poses a dilemma for the EU's eastern members: Stay out and risk losing clout in Brussels or join and risk losing economic sovereignty.
Darmstadt have parted company with midfielder Änis Ben-Hatira over his connection to an aid organization that is reported to have links to the Salifist movement in Germany.
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