At least 26 human skeletons discovered in Germany show that life in Neolithic Europe some 7,000 years ago could be horrific.
Scientists scanned the skeleton and found a pattern of deep loss of spongy bone in both the bone tissue of the humerus.
The children Allied soldiers fathered, then left behind, in World War II have their own tragedies to cope with. Continue reading →
Carbon dating showed the pastries were made between 1700 and 1800.
The baked goods were totally carbonized, which is why they have been preserved for some 250 years. Continue reading →
By next year, German chancellor Angela Merkel will become the longest-serving female leader in history. Take a quick tour of her career and accomplishments.
The forests of northwestern Europe contain remnants of bomb craters, trenches and the remains of supply depots.
Since the Berlin Wall fell 25 years ago, Germany has become Europe's largest economy, albeit one with cracks in its fiscal armor. Its military is also experiencing a downturn, thanks to aging equipment. How powerful is the country now? Tara explains.
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