Most of the arrest warrants have been issued for theft, fraud, verbal insults and traffic offenses linked to the right-wing scene.
Ignace Murwanashyaka allegedly led a Rwandan militia in eastern Congo from his home in Germany. His war crimes conviction in 2015 was groundbreaking for Germany, but the case was overturned.
An Afghan refugee in Germany has unsuccesfully sued for compensation after being held in prison for 27 days. Both the federal government and the state of Bavaria have been absolved of wrongdoing.
The Federal Statistical Office released the sobering news ahead of German Beer Day on April 23. But the price hikes don't seem to have dampened the nation's thirst entirely.
The council has failed to agree on a joint call for a ceasefire in Tripoli, where rival militias have been fighting for two weeks. Germany, the current council president, has called for a meeting to discuss the conflict.
The EU executive and the German government have been demanding a swift response to what they call Asia's market dominance in the production of e-battery cells. German analyst Marcel Weiss says they should calm down.
Greek lawmakers have officially endorsed a diplomatic offensive to have Germany pay reparations over the WWII occupation of Greece. Athens is due to raise the issue with Berlin, where the matter is seen as long settled.
As Germany cut its growth forecast again for 2019, the government is set to boost company research and development. Both big and small companies would be able to claim annual bonuses.
A German court has jailed four young men for attacks on Turkish properties near Hanover in support of the outlawed Kurdish PKK. The arson bids last year coincided with Turkey's seizure of Afrin in northern Syria.
The far-right AfD insists on subverting the German government's official stance on Crimea. But experts say that has less to do with regional peace efforts than with the spread of populism in Germany.
Authorities say 29 people have died after a bus carrying German tourists crashed in the popular tourist archipelago of Madeira. Dozens of others, including the driver and tour guide, have been taken to a local hospital.
Thursday's fatal crash in Madeira is the latest in a series of horrific bus accidents in Europe. DW looks at how safe bus travel really is.
Interior Minister Horst Seehofer presented a plan with rules aimed at making it harder for failed asylum seekers to avoid deportation. The focus is on people who have exhausted all legal avenues to obtain asylum.
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Richter, Baselitz, Kiefer and Polke are big German names associated with a rebellious trend in 1960s art. An exhibition in Stuttgart, "The Early Years of the Old Masters," highlights their work.
The Spanish Mediterranean island of Mallorca is particularly popular with German tourists — maybe even too popular, if you talk to some of its residents. How is Mallorca trying to control this "overtourism"?
Female business founders are still the exception to the rule in Europe's business landscape. Only 15.6% of the continent's startup founders are women. But there are enough examples that things are changing.
Though alcohol and tobacco consumption have both dropped, Germans remain among the leading consumers in the developed world. Authorities are also worried about the rise in citizens addicted to gambling.
Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund are locked in a fierce battle for the Bundesliga title, and there's one point in it with five games left to play. How will the story of a titanic tussle at the top unfold? You decide.
Things have gone better than anybody could have expected for Eintracht Frankfurt this season. Having lost two matches in a row for the first time since August, though has the Eagles' energy – and luck – finally run out?
Zum hundertjährigen Jubiläum der Bauhaus-Schule gibt es eine Neuauflage der Möbel-Klassiker.
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