Police declare all-clear in suspected Ebola case in Munich

Police gave an all-clear signal in Munich Friday afternoon after a suspected Ebola case alert at the central railway station proved to be a false alarm.

Suspected Ebola cases reported in Munich

Two Somalis have been picked up by police at the Munich central railway station as they have typical Ebola symptoms, media reported Friday.

Widespread flight cancellations in German strikes

Hundreds of flights have been cancelled after public-sector workers walked off the jobs at airports in Frankfurt, Munich, Duesseldorf and several other German cities in a strike for higher wages.

US Defence Secretary Hagel to meet NSA Menon in Munich

US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel would meet India`s National Security Advisor Shiv Shankar Menon in Munich this week, Pentagon officials have said.

2,000 protest in Munich against neo-Nazi killings

About 2,000 people are protesting in Munich against the terror of a neo-Nazi trio suspected of killing nine businessmen and a police woman since 2000.

China: American held for carrying banned material

The unnamed American suspect was intercepted on September 05 when he was about to board Air China flight CA961 from Beijing to Munich.

`Israel blamed Germans for Munich crisis`

Archived documents allege that Germany did not make efforts to save the lives of 11 Israeli athletes killed by Palestinian militants.

Security tests begin on London 2012 venues

British police have begun testing Olympic venues against all potential terrorist threat, including from Irish dissidents and Islamists.

2018 race another challenge for Paralympic legend

Germany`s 12-time Paralympic Winter Games champion Verena Bentele has overcome many challenges in life and stated that the race for the hosting of the 2018 edition is just another one.

Munich `ideal for Winter Olympics`, says bid chief

Munich deserves to win the right to host the 2018 Winter Olympics because it provides a great stage for the main players in the drama -- the athletes, according to bid chief executive Bernhard Schwank.

New START: US, Russia in N-arms reduction pact

New START is a cornerstone of Obama`s efforts to "reset" US ties with Russia.

Munich scores points in bid to host 2018 Winter Games

Munich`s bid to host the 2018 Olympics received a boost in Acapulco Thursday when their presentation to the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) assembly was considered the best.

Annecy, Munich, Pyeongchang pitch for 2018 Games

The race to stage the 2018 Winter Olympics began in earnest when bid cities Munich, South Korea`s Pyeongchang and France`s Annecy made their first official pitches at a meeting of Olympic associations.

Witt to help Munich bid as chief steps down

Twice Olympic figure skating champion Katarina Witt became the international face of the Munich 2018 Winter Olympic bid on Monday after bid chief Willy Bogner resigned due to illness, officials said on Monday.

Last gasp for beer fest as Munich votes to ban smoking

The new rules will ban smoking in all pubs, restaurants and beer tents.

Kamal Nath cancels visit to Munich

Union Minister for Transport and
Highways Kamal Nath on Monday cancelled his scheduled visit to
Munich to attend an industry tradefair, of which India is the
partner country, due to closure of the European air space.

Menon, Jones meet in Munich; discuss regional stability, Iran

Issues like regional stability and
Iran figured in talks National Security Adviser Shivshankar
Menon had with his US counterpart James Jones on the margins
of a security meet in Munich.

Munich Security conference looking beyond Europe

The Munich Security Conference opens on Friday with an evening address by China`s Foreign Minister — a shift from the meeting`s traditional trans-Atlantic focus in a nod to the growing importance of Asia.

Menon, Narayanan to attend Munich Conference

Two representatives from India will for the first time be taking part in the Munich Security Conference which starts from Friday.

Ex Nazi guard Demjanjuk trial decision not before late August

A Munich court has said that it expects to decide in late August at the earliest whether to put John Demjanjuk on trial, and when.