• Syrian terror suspects released

    frankfurt November 22, 2017 17:42 Hot Recent News

    Six Syrians arrested in Germany Tuesday because of the possible plotting of a terrorist attack have all been released. The Public Prosecutor announced on Wednesday in Frankfurt that the suspicion against them could not be sufficiently substantiated.

  • Germany rolls up a large download network

    frankfurt November 10, 2017 10:18 Hot Recent News

    In Germany a large platform for illegal downloading of movies, TV series, music, software, games and e-books has been taken out of the air. The German-speaking UsenetRevolution.info network had about 27,000 members. The site was on servers in the Netherlands.

  • London fears business by brexit

    October 23, 2017 11:39 Hot Recent News

    Companies do not blow if they threaten to move their activities to London to other countries. That claims the mayor of the British capital, who in an interview with the BBC warned that, due to the uncertainty surrounding the UK departure from the EU, companies would have a 'B \u0026 # x27; \u0026 # x27; have to make.

  • Germany wants to test 96-year-old ex-SS

    frankfurt October 20, 2017 10:57 Hot Recent News

    Justice in Germany wants to try a 96-year-old former camp guard of the SS. The man was charged with his hometown in Frankfurt for assassination, the court found Friday. The court must decide whether it will come to fruition.

  • Albert Speer junior (83) passed away

    Albert Speer junior (83) passed away

    frankfurt September 16, 2017 21:24 Hot Recent News

    German planner and architect Albert Speer junior died on Friday night at the age of 83. That has heard DPA press office from political circles in Frankfurt. The Bild magazine reported that Speer had fallen a day earlier, including a broken hip in the hospital.

  • Stampful: 51 people in a truck

    Stampful: 51 people in a truck

    frankfurt an eer oder September 16, 2017 12:21 Hot Recent News

    The German police intercepted a truck with 51 people in the cargo area on the A12 motorway near the border with Poland. Among the occupants were seventeen children, a federal police spokeswoman said on Saturday.

  • Gangs of 'fraudsters' rolled up

    Gangs of 'fraudsters' rolled up

    berlin September 12, 2017 13:45 Hot Recent News

    Police forces in Germany and Portugal have taken action against a gang who would have earned a lot of money in arranging marriages. Agents only entered Berlin in 41 homes and other properties, said a federal police spokesperson.

  • WWII bomb in Frankfurt successfully dismantled

    WWII bomb in Frankfurt successfully dismantled

    frankfurt September 3, 2017 18:03 Hot Recent News

    German explosion experts have successfully demolished a bomb from the Second World War in Frankfurt. Before the work started on the bomb, a large part of the city was evacuated. It went with 60,000 inhabitants for the greatest evacuation in decades in Germany.

  • 70,000 people live in Frankfurt on Sunday

    70,000 people live in Frankfurt on Sunday

    frankfurt am main August 30, 2017 16:21 Hot Recent News

    In Frankfurt, about 70,000 people temporarily have to house their homes in order to dismantle a British bomb from World War II. It is one of the biggest evacuations in Germany in decades. Police officers must also be evacuated, said a spokesperson on Tuesday.

  • Aviation sector loses after terror

    Aviation sector loses after terror

    August 18, 2017 09:33 Hot Recent News

    The terrorist attacks in Spain have financially damaged aviation companies on the stock exchange. In Europe, funds such as Air France KLM dropped after falling stock prices on Wall Street and Asian stock exchanges.

  • Court EU sticks for expulsion terrorist

    Court EU sticks for expulsion terrorist

    bremen August 2, 2017 10:48 Hot Recent News

    The European Court of Human Rights has stopped the expulsion by Germany of a man who is considered to be terrorist at the last moment. The 18-year-old man from Dagestan was already on the way to Frankfurt airport when the verdict came to the German authorities. The vehicle with the man turned over.

  • Germany may not turn Tunisian off

    Germany may not turn Tunisian off

    frankfurt July 26, 2017 14:15 Hot Recent News

    Germany may not expel a Tunisian who may be involved in a bloody assault in his native country to Tunisia. A court in Frankfurt stuck there because there are no guarantees that he does not get the death penalty in Tunisia.

  • Afghanistan rejected Afghans nowhere

    Afghanistan rejected Afghans nowhere

    frankfurt May 31, 2017 11:45 Hot Recent News

    An airplane flying Wednesday with rejected Afghan asylum seekers from Frankfurt to Kabul will not leave as a result of bombing in the Afghan capital. According to the German media, the Minister for the Interior of the Land of Hesse, Peter Beuth, said that 'the orderly settlement of the expulsion' can not now be guaranteed by the embassy in Kabul.

  • Ex-student committing savage attack in Germany

    Ex-student committing savage attack in Germany

    darmstadt March 31, 2017 10:54 Hot Recent News

    A former student of the Technical University of Darmstadt would have planned a terrorist attack in Germany. On the laptop's 36-year-old Syrian investigators found instructions on how to make a bomb and a silencer. That left the spokeswoman for the prosecutor's office in Frankfurt Friday.

  • Vienna best city to live in

    Vienna best city to live in

    vienna March 14, 2017 05:42 Hot Recent News

    Vienna is again the best city to live in. For the eighth consecutive year, the Austrian capital at the top of a list that is annually compiled by consulting firm Mercer on quality of life. Amsterdam is in twelfth place in the list published Tuesday.

  • Americans knew of Wikileaks leak

    Americans knew of Wikileaks leak

    washington March 9, 2017 08:54 Hot Recent News

    US intelligence and investigation agencies were aware of the vulnerability of the CIA which ultimately resulted in the revelations of WikiLeaks. Reuters reports that according to sources at the services.

  • Suspect admits killing grandmother and agents

    Suspect admits killing grandmother and agents

    frankfurt an der oder March 1, 2017 16:45 Hot Recent News

    The 24-year-old German who was suspected of killing his grandmother and two policemen on Wednesday made a full confession. He told the prosecutor that his grandmother has been killed after an argument over money. The 79-year-old woman was bleeding from a stab in the neck died.

  • Red Deer wants to belong to herd Galloway cattle

    Red Deer wants to belong to herd Galloway cattle

    flensburg February 26, 2017 12:03 Hot Recent News

    A deer has joined a herd of Galloway cattle near the German Flensburg. Sven as the deer in the meantime been named, was seen more often in the vicinity of the flock. But now let the animal, which is believed to come from neighboring Denmark also ignore the Bronze Age to yourself to stay with the herd of sixty cattle. What exactly inspires the deer, biologists do not know.

  • Very old fossil of a giant penguin found

    Very old fossil of a giant penguin found

    frankfurt February 23, 2017 09:57 Hot Recent News

    Penguins existed probably longer than assumed so far. They possibly were already living in the era of the dinosaurs. Which enable researchers in the journal The Science of Nature, after the discovery of a fossil of a giant penguin.

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