As other Western democracies take steps to prevent violent far-right extremism, the Trump administration is moving backward.
In Germany, strict recycling laws are widely praised. But success masks a dark truth.
"Please keep your hatred and judgment to yourselves," she wrote in the caption of a photo showing her children at the Berlin monument.
It's "absolutely unacceptable" for Amazon to allow anti-Semitic books and T-shirts on its site, a leader from the Central Council of Jews in Germany stated.
The Rev. Ulrich Zurkuhlen was apparently attempting to teach parishioners at Holy Spirit Church in Münster about the importance of forgiveness in Christianity.
The Federal Office for Justice said the social networking company had failed to meet transparency requirements for its handling of hate speech complaints.
A man with a history of anti-immigrant violence admitted to the killing of Walter Lübcke, police say, as thousands gathered to protest extremism.
Police and residents in Ostritz, Saxony, banded together to deprive the attendees of a far-right rock festival of the most German of staples: Beer.
“We can be glad that the farmer was not in the field,” a city spokesman said of the weekend blast.
Casting the Trump administration's credibility gap into sharp relief, allies like Japan and Germany have demanded more "credible" evidence to support the U.S. claim.
Embassies had previously flown the rainbow flag in June in support of LGBTQ Pride Month.
Niels Hoegel said he liked putting patients into cardiac arrest because he enjoyed the feeling of being able to resuscitate them.
The former Arkansas governor gets hit with a history lesson on social media.
A timely photobomb from a passing bird hid the driver's face from authorities.
"I'm not going to answer that now," the star said during an interview with Germany's Deutsche Presse-Agentur, according to a translated version of the article.
Felix Klein, the German official in charge of combatting anti-Semitism, has blamed far-right extremism for a rise in anti-Semitic attacks.
Jens Spahn wants to crack down on those who don't protect their children and others against measles.