This Monday most European countries, plus the United States and Canada recalled that 23 August is the European Day of Remembrance for Victims of Stalinism and Nazism, known as Black Ribbon Day.
The German Finance Agency has announced that in the coming weeks it will proceed to the sale of the state's 20% stake in the flag carrier Lufthansa, which it acquired in the midst of the pandemic to help impede the collapse of the company.
Germany is recalling that sixty years ago the communist half of the divided country started to build the Berlin Wall, which would stand as a symbol of oppression and division, until the reunification of the country in late 1989.
The German company NanoTag Biotechnologies has purchased from The Austral University of Chile (AUCh) the marketing license for the W25 antibody, it was announced Friday in Santiago.
Germans have been busy during the COVID-19 pandemic, with a 10% birth rate jump in March to the highest figure since 1998, the Federal Statistical Office said in a release. Germany had already reported a 6% rise in births in February.
The world's wealthiest democracies Sunday signed the Carbis Bay Declaration whereby they all pledged to “end the pandemic and prepare for our futures” as well as to “build back better.”
The world's seven most advanced economies signalled on Sunday during the G7 summit a desire to build a rival to China's multi-trillion-dollar Belt and Road initiative. German Chancellor said she hoped that a new G7 task force can present first infrastructure projects in developing countries in 2022
Argentine President Alberto Fernández and German Chancellor Angela Merkel Wednesday held a video conference during which both leaders discussed various issues concerning the future of diplomatic and economic relations between their countries.
German product standards and safety testing giant TÜV Rheinland was found guilty of negligence this week after the German firm erred when awarding safety certificates for breast implants.
Germany's Volkswagen said on Friday that it will suspend production at its four plants in Brazil owing to a surge in coronavirus infections in the country. The Wolfsburg-based firm said it will stop factories from March 24 for a 12-day period to protect the health of its employees and their families.