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Germany's telecommunications regulator, the Federal Network Agency, announced a ban today on the sale of kids' smartwatches, the BBC reports, and encouraged parents to destroy the ones they already own. The agency appears to be taking parti...

A St Gallen museum has returned two 17th-century ornamental silver and gold-plated ships plundered by the Nazi regime to the heirs of a German-American Jewish art collector. The silver-and-gold plated ornamental ships were made in 1630 by the German...

Authorities say workers digging in the western German city of Aachen have uncovered an ancient Roman road. The Roman road discovered in Aachen [Credit: dpa/Stadt Aachen/Stefan Herrmann]Aachen city archaeologist Andreas Schaub told the dpa news agenc...

It has been more than a year when I found out that there's a Japanese garden somewhat nearby. Apparently, it is only open during the warmer months, opening from April until October. I've always made a note to myself to visit, except since it...

Fifteen graves dating from the Merovingian era, which lasted from the 5th century to AD 751, have been discovered during roadworks in Theißen, a hamlet of Zeitz, Germany. Woman's skeleton with an iron bar through her chest [Credit: dpa]Among the mo...

Photographs of Germany’s new official kit that they’ll be wearing at the 2018 FIFA World Cup next summer have been leaked online months before the tournament. Every World Cup, it’s Germany and adidas that produce the classiest shirt...

https://youtu.be/KOtmkIFsEAE In "The Haribo Check," aired on German public broadcast ARD, a documentary team audits Haribo's supply chain and finds "modern day slaves" in Brazil working to harvest carnauba wax, a key ingredient in the sweets: the...