"You get up in the morning, drink your coffee and read the paper. You look at a story and say, So is this the moment in which we've become fascist or isn't it?" Israeli actor Itay Tiran said.
The 90-year-old said her husband had kept the item on display at home since 1943, but it caused a frenzy when police discovered it was a live explosive.
Twelve passengers experienced symptoms.
The Trump administration's policies now outrank political extremists, migration, climate change and even terrorism as a top fear in Germany's annual poll.
With nationalism spreading in Europe and allies weakened or gone, France's Emmanuel Macron is the only leader fighting freely for the ideals that established the European Union. Will the same threats undo him too?
City authorities in Weingarten are running checks for more hornet nests as hikers spend the final days of summer outdoors.
The highly contagious virus has continued to spread.
Protests began Sunday in Chemnitz, Germany, following the death of a 35-year-old German man who was stabbed during a fight.
Many wondered why the police weren't better prepared to deal with the mobs seeking justice in Chemnitz.
The figure turned out to be an art installation, but it has already been covered by expletives and graffiti.
Two men—an Iraqi and a Syrian—have been arrested on suspicion of murdering the German national.
Nadim Sarrouh says Shin Bet agents accused him of anti-Israeli activities and were suspicious of his heritage.
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said Europe must create a new system for financial transactions that excludes the U.S. in order to help Iran.
Twice as many counterprotesters attended the march.
After meeting the man who abused her under ISIS captivity, Ashwaq Ta'lo said she "decided to return to Kurdistan and never go back to Germany."
Merkel and Putin have drastically different backgrounds when it comes to negotiating.
Other products included swastika balloons, "Heil Hitler" beer and busts of the Nazi leader.
Simon Levis Sullam says Italians played "varying but crucial parts in the tragic process that resulted in genocide," and calls on the country's leaders to admit historical complicity.
Eighty percent of all fish in Münster's Aasee lake have already died.
Ordnance disposal services in Germany get around a 1,000 calls per year, clearing up bombs dropped in the 1940s.
The offensive sparked the collapse of the German army and arguably heralded the birth of modern warfare.
The boy's mother was given a 12-and-a-half year sentence for the abuse.