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Frankfurt hope striker Rebic will stay

Frankfurt have not received any offers for Ante Rebic but speculation is rife that AC Milan are interested.

Boy dies after pushed in front of train in Germany

The suspect is believed to be Eritrean.

Jovic: Other leagues would suit me better

Jovic scored 27 goals in all competitions this season, helping Frankfurt to the Europa League semi-finals and seventh place in the Bundesliga. 

‘A dark day’ for Frankfurt as they are thrashed 6-1

Frankfurt coach Adi Huetter this 6-1 defeat to Leverkusen is one of his worst as a coach.

Frankfurt sensation Jovic out for revenge against Benfica

Luka Jovic wants to prove to Benfica his worth in Thursday's Europa League quarter-final clash in Lisbon. 

German police evacuate 500 train passengers due to bomb threat

The passengers were all evacuated safely from the train in Germany's financial capital.

Frankfurt airport braces for ‘massive’ strike disruption Tuesday

Security personnel strikes at airports in Berlin, Cologne-Bonn, Duesseldorf and Stuttgart led to more than 800 flights scrapped, affecting over 100,000 passengers.

Frankfurt prosecutor says Deutsche Bank raid continues for second day

Investigators are looking into the activities of two unnamed Deutsche Bank employees alleged to have helped clients set up offshore firms to launder money, the prosecutor's office has said.

European stock markets rebound

Banking stocks were in focus Wednesday following mixed earnings from Deutsche Bank and Barclays.

China’s Qingdao Haier aims for US$464 million from first German share...

A Haier listing on the infant China Europe International Exchange (CEINEX) would kick off the D-share project - D is for Deutschland - which aims to attract European investment in Chinese companies.

Dortmund beat Frankfurt 3-1 to go top in Bundesliga

Defender Abdou Diallo put the hosts ahead with his first Bundesliga goal when he netted on the rebound after his header was initially saved in the 36th minute.

Frankfurt losing edge in Brexit race as Paris gains ground

Frankfurt’s efforts to attract bankers escaping Brexit are in danger of losing momentum.

Rebic ruins Heynckes farewell as Frankurt shock Bayern in cup final

Bayern Munich suffered a shock loss Eintracht Frankfurt as stunned them with a 3-1 upset win in the DFB-Pokal final.

Forever modern: fashion icon Jil Sander looks back

The "Jil Sander: Present Tense" exhibition will be on display in Frankfurt.

Finally home, Bundesbank’s gold goes on show

The exhibition "Gold. Treasures at the Deutsche Bundesbank", which showcases some of Germany's gold, is on display

German supreme court overturns ruling against Daimler’s Mytaxi app

Taxi Deutschland had brought a case against Daimler's Mytaxi app, claiming that Mytaxi's discounts undercut official taxi fares.

Porsche could build flying taxis, says sales chief

Porsche would join a raft of companies working on designs for flying cars in anticipation of a shift in the transport market.

Artificial intelligence poses risks of misuse by hackers, researchers say

The study sounded the alarm for the potential misuse of AI by rogue states, criminals and lone-wolf attackers.

German court could open way to bans on diesel cars

Fine particle pollution and nitrogen oxides contribute to 400,000 premature deaths from respiratory and cardiovascular disease per year in the European Union.

Author of banned books slams govt for hypocrisy

Faisal Tehrani says the government appears to have no shame in wanting to lobby for KL to be Unesco’s World Book Capital in 2020, when many books are banned in the country.

Pembunuh bersiri paling dahsyat di Jerman seorang jururawat

Hogel mengaku menyuntik beberapa pesakit dengan ubat yang menyebabkan kegagalan jantung atau masalah peredaran darah, dengan harapan menjadi hero jika dapat menyelamatkan pesakit itu.