A “For Sale” sign is on display at a block of newly finished apartments in Berlin’s Kreuzberg district with the TV Tower in the background   (Photo by David Gannon/AFP via Getty Images)

Bullish exports and solid construction activity helped the German economy to grow by a stronger-than-expected 0.3 per cent in the final quarter of las(...)

On Friday, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar explained that if everything goes to schedule then competitive team sports could resume on July 20th. Photograph: Inpho

The return of team sports will not be recommended by the National Public Health Emergency Team before a vaccine for the coronavirus or anti-viral medi(...)

Hypo Real Estate Bank chief executive Georg Funke with Depfa chief Gerhard Bruckermann in 2007 when Depfa was bought by the commercial property bank. Photograph: Thorsten Jochim/Getty Images

The German state bad bank that took over Depfa Bank five years ago is pressing ahead with preparations to sell the Dublin-based public sector lender n(...)

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A German court barred Facebook from deleting a post written by one of its users, throwing into question how the social media platform manages freedom (...)

Remain supporters at a pro-EU event in Parliament Square, central London. Photograph: EPA

Financial markets are bracing themselves for a week of extreme volatility, potentially culminating in a major sell-off, if Britain votes to leave the (...)

French Senate president Gerard Larcher (left), French president Francois Hollande (centre) and French foreign minister Laurent Fabius (right) attend a meeting the day after WikiLeaks revelations of US spying on French presidents, at the Elysee Palace in Paris. Photograph: Charles Platiau/Reuters

France summoned the US ambassador on Wednesday to explain allegations by transparency lobby group WikiLeaks of what president Francois Hollande brande(...)

The mood of self-congratulation in Berlin over the balanced budget makes any easing of fiscal policy seem unlikely, even though the German economy is expected to slow this year.

Germany boasted on Tuesday it had balanced its budget for the first time since 1969 and pressed euro zone partners to follow its austere example rath(...)

General view of the container terminal “Burchardkai” of the Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) in the harbour of Hamburg

German exports slumped by 5.8 per cent in August, their biggest fall since the height of the global financial crisis in January 2009, in yet another s(...)