DNA: Zee Media's reality check on Berlin transport system

Islamic State attracts young recruits with free honeymoon, stipend for family, The third generation right to dignity

PM Modi has called it nation's 'responsibility' to declassify Netaji's files: Chandra Bose
PM Modi has called it nation's 'responsibility' to declassify Netaji's files: Chandra Bose

The grand nephew of freedom fighter Subhash Chandra Bose, Chandra Kumar Bose, on Sunday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called it the nation's 'responsibility' to declassify the files related to Netaji.

Massimiliano Allegri warns over `deadly` Barca
Massimiliano Allegri warns over `deadly` Barca

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri has warned against the "deadly" ball-passing of Barcelona as the Italian champions turn their focus to the Champions League final following their final home game of the season on Saturday.

German Alps hotel fire kills at least five

A fire that ripped through a hotel in the German Alps on Saturday killed at least five people and wounded seven others, while another person was missing, police said.

German grandmother gives birth to quadruplets at age 65

A 65-year-old German grandmother gave birth to quadruplets at a Berlin hospital this week, with the three boys and a girl born prematurely at 26 weeks being in good health and having a good chance of survival, German TV network RTL reported on Saturday.

UK`s Cameron to visit Paris, Berlin for talks next week

Prime Minister David Cameron will travel to Paris and Berlin next week for talks as Britain seeks to renegotiate its relationship with the EU, British officials said Friday.

Sky`s the limit for Juve, scream Italian media
Sky`s the limit for Juve, scream Italian media

The `Sky is the Limit` for Juventus against Barcelona in the Champions League final in Berlin, screamed the Italian sports press a day after the Turin giants swept aside defending champions Real Madrid.

Germany grounds Airbus A400M after Spain crash

Germany`s air force has temporarily grounded its sole Airbus A400M until an investigation determines the cause of the crash of a plane of the same type in Spain, a military spokesman said Sunday.

Several people killed in shooting in Switzerland: Police

Police say they have found several people dead after shots were heard in a town in northern Switzerland.

German navy ships rescue migrants in Mediterranean

 Two German navy ships on Friday rescued nearly 400 migrants attempting to cross the Mediterranean to Europe, the defence ministry said, days after it joined a beefed-up EU mission.

German spying scandal shows scale of problem: Snowden

 The scandal over Germany`s alleged joint spying with the US on European officials and companies confirms the "massive" scale of international espionage going on, fugitive US whistleblower Edward Snowden said in comments published in the German press Friday.

German opposition targets Merkel ally in US spy scandal

Germany's opposition kept up its attack on Angela Merkel's government on Wednesday, charging that it did nothing to stop its foreign intelligence service spy on European politicians and companies for the United States.

One killed, 30 hurt as `tornado` hits north Germany

 One man was killed and more than 30 people injured when a tornado and violent storms hit northern Germany, ripping tiles off roofs, downing trees and overturning cars, emergency services said Wednesday.

Four arrested in German raids on anti-Muslim `terror` group

German police arrested four people Wednesday accused of belonging to a far-right "terror" organisation that acquired explosives for attacks on Muslims and refugee homes, the federal prosecutor`s office said.

Berlin Holocaust Memorial a top tourist draw 10 years on

Berlin`s Holocaust Memorial, controversial when it opened 10 years ago, has become one of the city`s top tourist draws and confounded fears it would be a target of neo-Nazi protesters.

Record Berlin cocaine stash found hidden in Aldi bananas

More than 15 million euros worth of cocaine turned up Monday in boxes of bananas delivered to Aldi supermarkets in and around Berlin, police said.

Germans cannot turn backs on Nazi past, Merkel says

Germany cannot simply draw a line under its Nazi past and must remain sensitive to the damage it caused to other countries including Greece, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Saturday, just ahead of the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two.

Berlin deleted '12,000 NSA spying requests'

The German intelligence service BND, which is accused of helping the United States spy on EU leaders and companies, had actually "deleted 12,000 requests" targeting European officials, according to the latest edition of the Der Spiegel weekly.

Airbus says will file criminal complaint over US spy claims

European aviation giant Airbus said Thursday it would file a criminal complaint against persons unknown following German media reports it had become the target of US industrial espionage.

Pro-Putin bikers heading for Berlin barred at Polish border

Ten pro-Kremlin bikers on a controversial ride to Berlin to celebrate Soviet victory in World War II were on Monday denied entry into Poland at the Belarusian border, Polish border guards said.