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German court upholds "bookkeeper of Auschwitz" conviction

A 95-year-old German man known as the bookkeeper of Auschwitz has been sentenced for aiding and abetting genocide during the Nazi regime, the first such ruling ever handed down by a German court,...

German court gives Berlin go-ahead to sign EU-Canada trade deal

Germany's top court gave the go-ahead on Thursday for Chancellor Angela Merkel's government to approve a controversial trade deal between the European Union and Canada.

Train services resume at German station closed by bomb threat

Train services resumed at a railway station in southern Germany after it was evacuated because of a bomb threat early Tuesday.

Terrorist suspect who revealed Dusseldorf plot extradited to Germany

An Islamic State suspect who allegedly revealed plans to carry out suicide attacks in the city of Dusseldorf has been extradited from France to Germany, the Karlsruhe prosecutor's office said...

Suspected Islamic State member arrested at German airport

The German Federal Prosecutor's Office has had a suspected member of the Islamic State terrorist group arrested at Dusseldorf airport, the authorities in the city of Karlsruhe said Saturday.

Former Iraqi soldier accused of demeaning dead Islamic State fighters

A former Iraqi soldier suspected of war crimes was arrested in south-western Germany, prosecutors announced Monday.

German court upholds sport arbitration in ruling against Pechstein

German speed skater Claudia Pechstein has lost a damages claim at the country's highest civil court against governing skating body ISU in a ruling upholding the system of sport arbitration.

German federal court of justice rules against speed skater Pechstein

German speed skater Claudia Pechstein has lost a damages claim at the country's highest civil court against governing skating body ISU.