Berlin Police

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Friederike Seyfried, director of the Egyptian collection of the Neues Museum in Berlin, points to the damage caused to exhibits. Photograph:  Stefanie Loos/AFP via Getty Images

Berlin police have no motive for post-war Germany’s worst case of art vandalism that has left dozens of works damaged in the capital’s Museum Island c(...)

 Runners participate in the Berlin Half Marathon 2018, in Berlin. Photograph: Jeon Hayoung/EPA

Six people have been detained in connection with what police and prosecutors allege was a plan to carry out an extremist attack on Berlin’s half-marat(...)

Construction crews set up a stage in preparation for New Year Eve’s celebrations at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. Photograph: EPA

Organisers of Germany’s biggest New Year’s Eve party at Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate are setting up a special safety zone for women who have been assault(...)

The entrance of a former barracks ground in Bad Segeberg, near Hamburg.   Photograph: Bodo Marks/AFP/Getty Images

From sailor shore-leave to hen nights, Germany’s port city of Hamburg is notorious for bringing out visitors’ wild side. The escapades of a group of B(...)

Anis Amri: Reward offered for infromation as to his whereabouts. Photograph: Reuters

Anis Amri who is the chief suspect in the Berlin Christmas market attack left Tunisia seven years ago as an illegal emigrant and spent time in prison (...)

Market salesmen arrive with flowers at the Christmas market near the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church on Tuesday. Photograph: Tobias Schwarz/AFP/Getty Images

The suspect detained over the lorry attack on a Christmas market in Berlin has been released due to insufficient evidence, Germany chief federal prose(...)

 Egyptian journalist Ahmed Mansour speaks as he leaves a prison in Berlin. He spent two nights in custody. Photograph: Rainer Jensen/EPA

Germany has released an Al-Jazeera journalist arrested by Berlin police on Saturday on foot of a request from Egypt. The arrest of Mr Ahmed Mansour, (...)

Demonstrators at a rally for Al-Quds Day, an event intended to express solidarity with the Palestinian people,  in Berlin yesterday. Photograph: Carsten Koall/Getty Images

They faced off across the Kurfürstendamm yesterday afternoon. Separated by 1,000 police in riot gear, around 1,200 pro-Palestine and 700 pro-Israel(...)