British and German remdesivir stocks 'sufficient' as US buys up supply
Britain and Germany said Wednesday they had sufficient stocks of remdesivir, the first drug to be shown to be relatively effective in treating COVID-19
Merkel's legacy at stake as Germany takes EU reins
Germany takes over the European Union's six-month presidency Wednesday, with outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel staking her legacy on a massive economic recovery plan to help the bloc with the coronavirus fallout.
Germany's CureVac starts human trials for COVID-19 vaccine
German biotech firm CureVac has won permission to start human trials of a promising coronavirus vaccine, regulators announced Wednesday, as the global race to stop the pandemic gathers pace.
German govt pumps 300 mln euros into vaccine firm CureVac
Berlin will take a stake in German biotech company CureVac, Finance Minister Peter Altmaier said Monday, months after reports the US was eyeing the firm and its under-development coronavirus vaccine.
Police Busts Alleged Child Sex Ring In Germany
Police in Germany has revealed a major child sex ring being run out of an allotment house in the north of the country. A gang of men took their young relatives to the property, near the city of Munster, where they were abused for hours while being filmed. Police further uncovered at least three victims…
Man held for planning attack on Muslims in Germany
Police in Germany have detained a man on suspicion of planning to kill Muslims in an attack inspired by the 2019 mosque...
Trump puts G7 summit proposal to Putin
US President Donald Trump on Monday proposed his plan to include Russia in an expanded G7 summit in a phone call with President Vladimir Putin
UK, France, Germany 'regret' latest US move on Iran
Britain, France and Germany on Saturday strongly condemned a US decision to end sanctions waivers for companies from nations that remain in a nuclear accord with Iran. The waivers were part of the landmark agreement signed with Tehran in 2015 which sought to limit Iran's nuclear ambitions in return for lifting crippling economic sanctions. They…
Germany Bans Singing Amid Coronavirus Fear
German authorities are warning against singing and several states have banned it from church services over fears it spreads the coronavirus. The increased production of potentially infectious droplets involved in singing means that choirs are facing a longer shutdown even as shops and restaurants re-open says a report by The Daily Mail. Lothar Wieler, the…