Protestors set fire to the building
Thousands of protestors in Sudan´s capital attacked the German embassy and set fire to parts of the building after surrouding the German and British embassy on Friday afternoon.
Strikers are running out
Düsseldorf - This coming weekend Fortuna Düsseldorf has to play against VfB Stuttgart, however the problems in the attack are growing: Reisinger can´t play, Schahin ist still stricken. If Voronin goes up in front, Ken Ilsö would back him up and come into
Court ruled that saying ´´no´´ was not enough
A German teenager claims that she was raped by a 31-year-old male, though she didn´t do ´´enough´´ to get the man convicted. The court ruled that saying ´´no´´ was not enough to stop the rape.
Staff thought a toxic chemical had been released
The US consulate in Berlin was partially evacuated on Thursday after some staff members felt ill and thought a visitor had realeased a noxious chemical.
Extraordinary Record Attempt
Marco Storsberg (21) and Dennis Bettin (24) want to start an extraordinary Record. Together the Wermelskirchener want to go from Wilhelmshaven to the Zugspitze by foot. "The chances, that we make it, is 50:50", both said. A TV team will acompany them.
Bandwith of new Features
On Wedneday 19.00h German time, Apple presented the new iPhone 5 in California. The audience could view an entirely new design and concept. It was their first iPhone after co-founder Steve Jobs passed away.
Attack on US Ambassador
While the protests in the arabic world against the USA continue, resulting of a supposedly islam hostile movie, the US secret services are investigating on a directed terror attack on the US consulate in Bengasi. The US now places warships on the coast.
Court ruled that she is not guilty
On Wednesday a 67-year-old jeweller was spared prison after shooting a teenager who was trying to rob her shop. The court ruled that she shoot the teenager in ´self-defence´
Alarming Numbers have been Confirmed
The new flight service plans are evaluated as a danger to passengers from German pilots, with most saying that they have flown over-tired and even a third publishing that they took a nap in the cockpit.
New Studies show, happiest people live in Hamburg
The happiest Germans live in the north and south of the country, according to a new survey which suggests that people who live in Hamburg are the happiest, however people in the east becoming increasingly happy.
"Scared of public reactions"
Düsseldorf - A soccer player has come out as gay - fearing the public reactions and even attacks from fans, he remained anonymous.