A team of self-styled “goods inspectors” in a German town tried to label all the Israeli products they could find as being “from illegal Israeli settlements.”
Germany’s famous KaDeWe department store in Berlin has taken wines made in the Golan Heights off its shelves to comply with a European Union labeling regulation, sparking a protest.
Germany’s main Protestant body distanced itself from the anti-Semitism of its founder, Martin Luther, and pledged to confront the dark side of its roots.
Former West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt died on Tuesday aged 96 and leaders from around Europe praised him as an architect of international cooperation and post-war European integration.
Archaeologists discovered a centuries-old mikvah underneath a vaulted cellar in the former East Germany.
From makeshift welcome centers to clothing drives in trendy boutiques. Berlin is opening its arms to a flood of refugees. But A.J. Goldmann reports Germany’s Jews have mostly stayed silent.
A German politician has backpedaled on remarks comparing Israel’s security fence to the Berlin Wall.
The 1936 Berlin Olympics saw some Jewish athletes barred from competing. Now their descendants are back in the German capital to show their athletic — and symbolic — strength.
A teenage girl who has become a symbol of would-be immigrants to Germany has said she actually hopes to live in Palestine.
The head of the World Jewish Congress sharply criticized German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel on Wednesday for his recent visit to Iran, accusing him of putting business interests before morals and calling his approach to Tehran naive.