Bayern aim to shake off cobwebs with quiet confidence in Berlin

Bayern aim to shake off cobwebs with quiet confidence in Berlin

BERLIN: Bayern Munich restart their charge for an eighth straight Bundesliga title at Union Berlin on Sunday (May 17) amid doubts the Bavarian giants will be able to last the distance after a two-month hiatus.
Siemens FABRIC launched at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week

Siemens FABRIC launched at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week

Siemens FABRIC will be launched at the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in Berlin, demonstrating the crucial role that data plays in the smart cities of the future.
WWII bomb in central Berlin forces evacuation

WWII bomb in central Berlin forces evacuation

An unexploded American aerial bomb from World War II was found in central Berlin during construction work on Friday (Jun 14), forcing the evacuation of surrounding city blocks, police said.
4 men face Berlin trial for giant gold coin heist

4 men face Berlin trial for giant gold coin heist

Four Berlin men go on trial Thursday (Jan 10) charged over the spectacular museum theft of a giant commemorative gold coin called the "Big Maple Leaf" and valued at €3.75 million (US$4.3 million).
Google abandons planned Berlin office hub

Google abandons planned Berlin office hub

Campaigners in a bohemian district of Berlin celebrated Wednesday (Oct 24) after Internet giant Google abandoned strongly-opposed plans to open a large campus there.
Berlin museum returns Nazi-looted treasure

Berlin museum returns Nazi-looted treasure

A Berlin museum Monday said it had formally restituted a 15th-century religious wooden sculpture to the heirs of former owners, a Jewish couple who fled the Nazi regime.
Germany asks Trump envoy to clarify 'empowering' right call

Germany asks Trump envoy to clarify 'empowering' right call

Germany on Monday (Jun 4) said it had asked the new US ambassador in Berlin, outspoken Trump loyalist Richard Grenell, to clarify his reported comments on website Breitbart that he wants to "empower" European conservatives.
Merkel slams German food charity for migrant halt

Merkel slams German food charity for migrant halt

BERLIN: German Chancellor Angela Merkel has criticised a food bank for refusing to accept any more migrants, calling the decision "not good".
Berlin moves from capital of cool to start-up haven

Berlin moves from capital of cool to start-up haven

Already a magnet for tourists and young artists, Berlin is attracting a new generation of Internet start-ups, changing the ways scientists interact or musicians store and share music.