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  1. Antitrust worries as RWE and Gazprom mull partnership
  2. Report: Duisburg shouldn't have approved ill-fated Love Parade
  3. Werder Bremen players slapped with tattoo ban
  4. Stray US Army bullets hit Bavarian buildings
  5. Italy jails Duisburg mafia massacre mastermind
  6. Group refuses to rescind Quadriga award to Putin
  7. Nokia and Siemens keep NSN joint venture
  8. Germany to fund new coal plants with climate change fund cash
  9. US, Japan to face-off in epic finals clash
  10. Shareholders back Deutsche Börse-NYSE merger
  11. Arms deals raise human rights questions
  12. Arms deals raise human rights questions
  13. E. coli tainted farm cleared to reopen
  14. Deutsche Bank sued over financial crisis losses
  15. Bank fails EU stress test
  16. Volkswagen sales hit record amid China boom
  17. France and Sweden battle for bronze
  18. Sweden take third place despite dismissal
  19. Quadriga withdraws award for Putin
  20. Underdogs Japan ready to topple giants US
  21. Merkel calls for European credit rating agency
  22. Merkel calls for European credit rating agency
  23. De Maizière promises to equip soldiers better
  24. Daimler and Telekom face billion-euro loss on road toll fiasco
  25. Young girls leap from burning house - onto trampoline
  26. Hackers threaten more attacks on official computers after arrest
  27. Russian envoy slams retraction of Putin's prize
  28. Russian envoy slams retraction of Putin's prize
  29. Merkel plays down eurozone crisis summit
  30. Betraying Berlin
  31. Southeast braces for heavy rains and flooding
  32. Southeast braces for heavy rains and flooding
  33. Court releases Thai prince's impounded jet
  34. Stone Age erotic art found in Bavaria
  35. ECB says Greek bond purchase plan plausible
  36. Porsche mulls update of James Dean's 550 Spyder
  37. Thais refuses to pay guarantee on prince's seized jet
  38. Merkel hails eurozone rescue deal for Greece
  39. Stuttgart 21 passes test as opponents baulk
  40. Merkel's euro moment
  41. Germans 'reluctant' to help Africa, but famine victims dying
  42. Growth expected to match 2010 boom
  43. Car ploughs into crowd injuring 11 people
  44. Copy of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre for sale on eBay
  45. SPD politician calls for 'no politics' day
  46. Friedrich sees no threat of far-right terrorism
  47. Germany offers to loan Libyan rebels EUR 100 mln
  48. Friedrich sees no threat of far-right terrorism
  49. Hamilton wins German Grand Prix
  50. Hamilton wins German Grand Prix
  51. Wagner festival opens with taboo-shattering Israeli performance
  52. New York's MoMA to toast Berlinale boss with foodie film fest
  53. Preserving our open society after Oslo
  54. Munich Airport expansion approved despite opposition
  55. The Local's English-language movie listings for Germany
  56. Aachen employs smart phones to bust illegal parkers
  57. Dialing a good read in a phone booth
  58. Guttenberg moving to the US to write book
  59. African famine blamed on Chinese land grab
  60. eBay blocks online retailers' Cuba products
  61. Weekend drivers face massive traffic jams
  62. Stuttgart 21 arbitration ends in acrimony
  63. BMW unveils electric and hybrid concept cars
  64. Klinsmann named coach of US national team
  65. Wave of toilet stall door thefts hits Brandenburg
  66. E. coli crisis hit discounters hardest
  67. Germany happy with World Cup qualifying draw
  68. Shock exits from German Cup
  69. Steady rain causes flooding in eastern Germany
  70. Social Democratic leader pushes for far-right party ban
  71. Telekom reportedly mulling massive job cuts
  72. Thai prince to pay EUR 20m bond on seized jet
  73. Franco-German alliance for warships mooted
  74. Convict connection: US pen pals found in jail
  75. Greens sue government over Saudi tank deal
  76. Taliban target German security firm in attack
  77. Inmates start hunger strike for internet, pay TV and conjugal visits
  78. Greenpeace dumps boulders off Sylt coast
  79. Greenpeace dumps boulders off Sylt coast
  80. Workers not as happy as they used to be
  81. Attitudes toward German citizenship changing
  82. Judge to rule on air traffic control strike
  83. Initiative seeks to halt country doctor drain
  84. The Local's English-language movie listings for Germany
  85. Rare ibis trained to migrate over the Alps
  86. Last gay survivor of Nazi death camps dies aged 98
  87. Fare dodgers turn to Facebook and Twitter to avoid ticket checks
  88. Merkel talks euro rescue with France and Spain
  89. Berlin holiday apartments - worth checking out?
  90. Air traffic controllers threaten new strike
  91. E.ON planning even bigger job cuts
  92. CSU flags Left party ban, sparking war of words
  93. Pensioner held for killing and dismembering wife
  94. Eurozone scrambles to calm investors
  95. Berlin double-murder suspect arrested
  96. DAX tanks amid global economic fears
  97. Air traffic controllers to strike Tuesday
  98. Man shot after knife attack on cops
  99. Air traffic controller strike averted
  100. Germany's Jack Sparrow sues Disney in dubbing dust-up
  101. Swedish queen's probe shows father was hero, not Nazi
  102. Tarantula startles Berlin train station staff
  103. 'I don't think people expected the Wall would last 30 years'
  104. Kramp-Karrenbauer elected Saarland premier
  105. Swiss banks pay EUR 1.9bn to German taxman
  106. What's on in Germany: August 11 - 17
  107. Police union wants more online 'cybercops'
  108. Universities bracing for flood of students
  109. Hackers gather around the computer campfire
  110. Bundesliga preview: Bayern Munich looks to bounce back this weekend
  111. Convicted Nazi war criminal may avoid jail
  112. Investor Soros blames Merkel for euro crisis
  113. Murdoch to launch Wall Street Journal in German
  114. Germany rolls over Egyptian debt into aid
  115. Germany may import Austrian energy in winter
  116. Runaway cow to be coaxed by Ernst the ox
  117. Greens to challenge government over Libyan mission
  118. Germany takes over anti-pirate mission Atalanta
  119. Packed train stuck in Hamburg tunnel for 30 mins
  120. Slutwalk comes to Germany
  121. Rösler tells his party: 'Don't panic!'
  122. Adenauer wanted to swap West Berlin
  123. Investigation seeks reason behind cable car-paraglider snarl-up
  124. Germany fights growing support for eurobonds
  125. Spymaster's widow loses pension battle
  126. Heavy rains cause Rügen chalk cliffs to fall into Baltic Sea
  127. Power cut leaves 117,000 chickens to suffocate in factory farm
  128. Social Democrats warn leftists after Wall praise
  129. How to integrate successfully in Germany
  130. Saxony leads education vanguard
  131. Swine flu vaccine worth EUR 250 mln to be destroyed
  132. Berliners enjoy best standard of living in Germany
  133. Antimatter spotted on the edge of the world
  134. Monster trucks may ply autobahn for field trial
  135. Air Berlin boss resigns after poor results
  136. Births surge to highest rate since 1990
  137. DAX suffers worst dive since November 2008
  138. Polishing the pearls of Berghain
  139. Germans doubt Merkel can avert financial crisis
  140. Greens MP says involvement in NATO Libya mission illegal
  141. Facebook 'like' button declared illegal
  142. Skin cream possibly gave Egyptian queen cancer 3,500 years ago
  143. Friedrich welcomes arming German cargo ships
  144. Nuclear shutdown slowing economy
  145. Schäuble sees no danger of losing credit rating
  146. Left deputy leader wants to expel Wall apologists
  147. Bank boss calls for EU finance minister
  148. No major clashes at Hamburg's Schanzenfest
  149. Former Wikileaks insider destroy files
  150. Police ditching the German Shepherd for Belgian breed
  151. Website of music copyright watchdog GEMA hacked
  152. Teen confesses to brutal metro beating
  153. Beloved humorist Loriot dies
  154. Investor confidence slumps to 2008 lows
  155. Porsche unveils new 911
  156. Kohl slams Germany's 'unreliable' foreign policy
  157. Business confidence drops to 14-month low
  158. The Local's English-language movie listings for Germany
  159. Eating sausage standing saves taxes
  160. Deutsche Bahn boss offers to delay Stuttgart 21 demolition work
  161. Gay marksman allowed to attend competition without his partner
  162. Schäuble: Euro needs joint budgetary policy
  163. Runaway cow now wanted alive, not dead
  164. Leverkusen looking for Bundesliga bragging rights in Dortmund
  165. Kaiser heir weds princess in Potsdam
  166. Hailstorms cut western swath of damage
  167. Merkel praises NATO for Libya campaign
  168. FDP leadership backs beleaguered Westerwelle
  169. Eurozone seen recovering before US
  170. Ex-spy chief says BND 'misused' for Iraq War
  171. Cooler days mark end to wet and grey summer
  172. Berlin resets Libya policy
  173. New Otto Dix paintings found
  174. Foreigners face pricey prep for universities
  175. Heidelberg home has huge hornet nest
  176. Libyan rebels use German weapons
  177. Nuclear reactor not to be kept on stand-by
  178. The Local's English-language movie listings for Germany
  179. Germany greets new Libyan ambassador
  180. Women footballers heat up the pitch for calendar
  181. Spectacular art forgery trial begins in Cologne
  182. Relatives of Kunduz bomb victims to sue
  183. Niebel: Libya doesn't need more aid
  184. Schäuble wants brand new EU treaty
  185. Germany's foreign policy zombie
  186. Deutsche Bank mulling major job cuts
  187. Police clash with anti-Nazi protesters
  188. Westerwelle: Germany 'very worried' about flotilla row
  189. German carmakers predict strong sales
  190. SPD wins Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania vote
  191. Taxi driver locks woman in boot after fare dispute
  192. Performer plunges to death at Leipzig festival
  193. Deutsche CEO attacks IMF over recapitalisation
  194. DAX tanks as investors fear global rout
  195. Elderly face growing risk of poverty, warns OECD
  196. Obama 'very pleased' with German role in Libya
  197. Last Bundeswehr goat gets his marching orders
  198. Commerzbank chief predicts more market turbulence
  199. Euro bailouts legal but MPs need more say
  200. Monastery pays EUR 700,000 to abuse victims
  201. Eurozone avoids chaos, but debt crisis persists
  202. The Local's English-language movie listings for Germany
  203. Eurozone avoids chaos, but debt crisis persists
  204. Police thwart terror plot
  205. Schäuble pressures Greece to tackle debt
  206. Facebook signs up to voluntary privacy code
  207. What's on in Germany: September 8 - 14
  208. Dogs bite five people before being shot
  209. Apple wins key iPad patent case against Samsung
  210. Chief ECB economist Jürgen Stark to resign
  211. Ballack left waiting for place against former team Chelsea
  212. BMW to develop electric car for Chinese market
  213. BMW to develop electric car for Chinese market
  214. Klitschko wants to knock out Britain's David Haye
  215. Aigner warns fellow ministers against using Facebook
  216. Less Arctic ice than ever
  217. Eight-year-old Banksy work uncovered in Berlin
  218. Motor show hopes to dispel global gloom
  219. 'Berlin is change, Berlin is the place to be'
  220. FDP defies Merkel with talk of Greek default
  221. Frankfurt shooter deep into jihad: prosecutors
  222. The Local's guide to Oktoberfest
  223. Small cars aim to challenge foreign rivals
  224. Berlin's Jewish Museum marks 10th anniversary
  225. Blackface Obama billboard sparks outrage
  226. Schoolbooks distort Islam, study shows
  227. Turkish president urges integration, respect for Turks in Germany
  228. Merkel still optimistic about 2011 growth
  229. Turkish president urges integration, respect for Turks in Germany
  230. Before pope visit, Merkel warns against 'advance of secularism'
  231. Toddler takes accidental solo train journey
  232. German astronaut picked for space station mission
  233. SPD wins Berlin vote as Pirates celebrate
  234. Doctors worry about rising exotic diseases
  235. Pirates shake up German political landscape
  236. Bulgaria sacks Matthäus for Euro 2012 failure
  237. Police to ask public about mystery forest boy
  238. Rommel's family complains about film profile plans
  239. Merkel and Obama talk eurozone, Mideast
  240. Around 50 injured in train crash in Saxony
  241. Fury as Munich keeps kids' fee from Passion Play performances
  242. Air Berlin to save EUR 200 mln a year on reduced fleet
  243. Spammers abuse T-Online email accounts, blocking normal users
  244. Hugo Boss comes clean on Nazi past
  245. Oktoberfest buzzes with booze and merriment
  246. Joy, protests and apathy await pope in Germany
  247. Beer inspectors allege Oktoberfest 'Maß' fraud
  248. Protesters rally as pope speaks to parliament
  249. Pope says Europe risking its cultural identity
  250. Man gets seven years for having sex with daughters