As Turkish authorities on Friday widened their sweeping post-coup crackdown to the business sector, the European Union's enlargement commissioner implicitly warned that the bloc would freeze Turkey's accession talks if the crackdown violated the rule of law.
The head of the Green Party has responded angrily to Angela Merkel’s speech on refugees on Friday, saying he feels “ashamed at Germany’s failure".
Satire magazine Titanic has advised fans to snap up its August issue quickly, before it is banned.
Tens of thousands of supporters of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan plan to rally in Cologne on Sunday, as tensions over Turkey's failed coup have put German authorities on edge.
Working in the Berlin startup scene has been the most frustrating period of my entire career. This is partly personal, but a chunk of my frustration is watching a city with so much potential flounder so magnificently, writes Shaun Kemp.
One of Germany's most prolific covert weapons traders was sentenced to five and a half years in jail on Thursday, having sold enough weapons to equip "a small army", the presiding judge said.