A new German law bans the pseudoscientific practice of 'gay conversion' for minors, with penalties of up to one year in jail and fines of $32,000
A nightclub venue in Germany is hosting "Auto Discos" amid the country's continued social distancing regulations.
Beijing has so far rejected calls for an international investigation into the origin of the pandemic amid suggestions that it may have been caused by an accident at a Wuhan virology lab.
Germany, Spain, China and Italy are also among the countries with the highest number of reported recoveries to date.
"Let us continue to stay at home as much as possible, keep observing the restrictions," Lothar Wieler, president of the Robert Koch Institute, warned.
There are many disputed origins of the pretzel, which symbolizes a number of different things throughout the world.
"Poisoning our environment means poisoning our own body," said researcher Yaron Ogen.
The German chancellor warned that lifting restrictions too soon could have an adverse effect on the positive result the nation has seen.
Parts of Europe began easing some lockdown measures last week, including Italy and Germany, while France will begin lifting some restrictions next month.
Neumünster Zoo's Verena Kaspari said the zoo has drawn up a list of animals that would have to be slaughtered first.
The documents are part of a research project being conducted at the Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research in Braunschweig, which will conduct blood tests in the general public for antibodies produced against the virus.
Lindemann, 57, tested positive after returning to Berlin following concerts in Moscow.
"Even from domestic quarantine, the Chancellor will continue her official business," the German leader's spokesperson said.
Interior Ministry made assurance following raids targeting a subgroup of the anti-Semitic "Reichsbürger" (Citizens of the Reich) movement.
A White House source told Newsweek that the administration was not aware of the report or the underlying information.
While Italy introduced the strict measures the outbreak of COVID-19 continued to ease in China.
Dana Ghazi Mustafa, 27, was charged with assaulting a federal officer. She allegedly admitted that a story told during the flight about her family being killed by a drunken driver had been a lie.
Richard Grenell previously served as President Donald Trump's ambassador to Germany.
Josef Schuster, the president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, noted that the shootings were the latest in a series of attacks by far-right extremists in the country.
At least nine people were killed in the shootings in the city of Hanau, Germany, on Wednesday night, police said.
Mass shootings in Germany have left at least eight people dead, after at least one shooter opened fire at two hookah bars in the town of Hanau.
The removed titles include an episode of Hasan Minhaj's comedy show "Patriot Act."
Mudar Zahran of the Jordanian Opposition Coalition and Alaa al-Fazza, of the Jordanian Expatriates' Forum, accuse each other of secretly working for their native nation's Hashemite monarchy.
The diaries of Friedrich Kellner were translated and published by his grandson Robert Scott Kellner, detailing his opposition to the Nazi regime. January 27 is International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Americans will need to learn to respect their allies' national interests. Europeans need to understand Beijing's drive for leadership in pharmaceuticals, aerospace, IT and robotics can lead to their industrial and economic demise.
The U.S. military said "an unknown Jordanian extremist" who is "a loyalist to the Jordanian kinglet" may be plotting to attack Tower Barracks in Grafenwohr or Tower Barracks, Dulmen, according to a report seen by Newsweek.
U.N. sanctions may ultimately be reimposed on the nation.