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The City of London has gained a powerful ally in the fight to keep a key business in the UK post-Brexit
The German financial regulatory authority, BaFin, has demanded that EU officials in Brussels take urgent action to prevent mayhem in the derivatives market after Brexit.
Germany's military has been plagued by equipment and personnel problems. To address the latter problem, the Bundeswehr is trying some controversial approaches.
‘Europe should not allow the US to act over our heads’: Germany is challenging the US’s financial monopoly as the Iran row deepens
The US monopoly over the global payments infrastructure has been challenged by Germany's foreign minister, Heiko Maas, who suggested Tuesday that the European Union should set its own payment system that would give Brussels independence from Washington.
Germany wants to replace its Tornado combat aircraft within the next decade. But it also wants to maintain the Tornado's nuclear capability, and that means the US could have leverage about which aircraft Berlin ultimately chooses.
A former Goldman Sachs employee on Thursday sued the firm and a recently promoted senior manager over allegations that he played a role in a deal that went wrong between an unnamed financier and a handful of senior execs at the investment bank.
If you thought FC Bayern would take it easy on amateur side FC Rottach-Egern, you were wrong. The men in red racked up a comical 20 goals against the Zugspitze Regional League A-Klasse side, with no less than four different players bagging themselves hat-tricks.
Police stopped passengers from boarding flights and cleared out the security zone of a section in Terminal 1 for about two hours on Monday. Videos posted on social media showed dozens of people streaming out of the terminal.
Trump has Germany thinking about getting nuclear weapons, but some think it’s a ‘totally phoney debate’
Trump's apparent disdain for the US's European allies has many of them rethinking their defense capabilities. In Germany, that means a renewed round of debate over whether nuclear weapons are needed.
A record-setting heatwave has swept over Europe. The high temperatures have stoked wildfires and soaked up river water across the continent, exacerbating a longstanding problem: still-dangerous weaponry leftover from World War II.
Germany’s military is struggling amid rising tensions with Trump and Russia, and now it’s thinking about asking foreigners to join
Germany's military is a fraction of the size it was during the Cold War, and now, with elevated tensions in Europe, it's considering asking other countries' citizens if they want to join up.