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  • Several dead as vehicle hits crowd in Germany's Muenster

    Several people are killed and injured as a vehicle drives into pedestrians in the German city of Muenster before the driver kills himself, police and local media say.

  • Mogherini

    Resolving Rohingya Crisis: Europe stands by Bangladesh

    Germany, Sweden and the European Union yesterday extended their strong support to Bangladesh on the Rohingya issue. They also highly appreciated Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for her great humanitarian gesture of sheltering tens of thousands of forcibly displaced Rohingyas in Bangladesh, reports BSS.

  • Ilkay Guendogan

    England, Germany to wear poppies in friendly

    England and Germany's players will wear black armbands bearing commemorative poppy motifs in Friday's friendly at Wembley, the Football Association (FA) announce.

  • Italy seeded for World Cup play-off draw

    Italy will be one of the four seeded teams in the draw for the European play-offs for next year's World Cup, FIFA's latest world rankings reveal.

  • Merkel bleeds support to surging far right

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel wins a fourth term in office but Europe's most powerful leader will have to govern with a far less stable coalition in a fractured parliament after her conservatives haemorrhaged support to a surging far right.

  • PM seeks more German investment in Bangladesh

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina urges the German entrepreneurs to invest more in Bangladesh, taking the advantage of cheap labour and other facilities.

  • Germany's forgotten hero Goetze relaunches career

    World Cup winner Mario Goetze admits the metabolism disorder which sidelined him for five months is 'now part of his life', with the Germany star poised to resume playing on Saturday.

  • Germany back atop FIFA rankings

    Germany leapfrog Brazil and Argentina to move back atop the FIFA rankings thanks to the team winning the Confederations Cup last week.

  • Germany beat Spain to win under-21 Euros

    Mitchell Weiser scores with a looping first-half header to hand Germany a 1-0 victory against Spain in the final of the under-21 European Championship title in the southern Polish city of Krakow.

  • Germany up against Mexico; Chile to face Portugal

    Timo Werner nets twice as Germany set up a Confederations Cup semifinal against Mexico with a 3-1 win on Sunday against 10-man Cameroon.

  • Sanchez breaks Chile record in Germany draw

    Alexis Sanchez becomes Chile's all-time leading scorer with an early goal in their 1-1 draw against Germany at the Confederations Cup on Thursday.

  • Shooters fail in Munich

    Bangladeshi shooters put up dismal performances on the opening day of the ISSF World Cup in both the men's and women's 10m air rifle events in Munich, Germany yesterday.

  • Loew picks 7 debutants

    Germany's head coach Joachim Loew on Wednesday named seven uncapped players for next month's Confederations Cup in Russia as the injury-hit world champions unveiled an experimental squad.

  • New penalty system gets usual result as Germany win

    A new penalty shootout system based on the tennis tiebreak was used for the first time in a competitive game on Thursday but ended in the usual fashion, with Germany winning.

  • Kuranyi hangs up his boots

    Former Germany international striker Kevin Kuranyi said Friday he was calling time on his career despite money-spinning offers to play overseas in Qatar and China.

  • Germany aim to extend run

    Record-breaking Germany face Azerbaijan on Sunday with head coach Joachim Loew insisting their simple goal is to "ruthlessly" secure World Cup qualification as quickly as possible.

  • Podolski crowns farewell with winner over Eng

    Germany's Lukas Podolski capped his international swansong with a sensational goal to give the world champions a 1-0 victory over England in a friendly on Wednesday.

  • Southgate picks up pieces as Eng rebuild again

    After a year scarred by scandal and sporting catastrophe, Gareth Southgate will begin his attempt to steer England into calmer waters in Wednesday's friendly against Germany in Dortmund.

  • Messi

    WC fans will need special identity cards for matches

    Fans at next year's World Cup and this year's Confederations Cup in Russia will need special identity cards before they can watch matches, soccer's governing body said Thursday.

  • Goetze left out for Benfica clash

    Germany's World Cup winner Mario Goetze has been left out of Borussia Dortmund's squad for Tuesday's Champions League last 16, first-leg, clash against Benfica.

  • Bayern beat Werder for record 13th straight time

    Bayern Munich edged past Werder Bremen 2-1 on Saturday for a Bundesliga record 13th consecutive win over them to stay three points clear at the top of the table.

  • Lewandowski's last-gasp goal earns Bayern 2-1 win

    Robert Lewandowski scored twice, including a stoppage-time winner as Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich came from a goal down to beat Freiburg 2-1 on Friday and open up a six point lead as the league resumed after the winter break.

  • FussballBild launched in Germany

    German football fans have a daily newspaper dedicated to the game for the first time with the launch of "FussballBild" ('FootballBild'), to coincide with the resuming of the Bundesliga season, on Friday.

  • Kruse escapes injury after car crash

    Germany international Max Kruse admitted he was lucky to have walked away from a car crash having reported for training hours after wrecking the vehicle he was driving on Thursday.

  • Who employs Oliver Kurtz?

    German hockey coach Oliver Kurtz has been sitting idle in the capital for the last two days as an his appointment as Bangladesh national team's head coach has stalled over a row between the Bangladesh Hockey Federation (BHF) and one of its vice presidents.

  • Gasquet leads France to Hopman Cup win

    Cagey veteran Richard Gasquet led France to a 2-1 win over Germany at the mixed teams Hopman Cup in Perth on Monday.

  • Draxler ends Wolves debacle

    Julian Draxler had the world at his feet when Wolfsburg paid Schalke 35 million euros ($37.3m) back in August 2015 for Germany's rising star.

  • Frankfurt go third

    Eintracht Frankfurt went third in the Bundesliga with a 3-0 victory over 10-man Mainz on Tuesday, their first win in four on the final round of 2016 matches.

  • Dortmund stumble against Augsburg

    Borussia Dortmund missed a bagful of chances to draw 1-1 at home with Augsburg on Tuesday, as they squandered the opportunity to make up ground in the Bundesliga title race heading into the winter break.

  • Acid test for Bayern

    Bayern Munich face an acid test of their status as Bundesliga leaders in Wednesday's crunch showdown when they host second-placed RB Leipzig, who know they have nothing to lose.