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In a stark illustration of Goetze's battles over the past years, electronics giant Samsung has traced his darkest moments in a commercial.
The issue came to a head last week when German Football Association bosses, rather than try to defuse the situation, suggested the team may have done better without Ozil.
Germany's top court today ruled that Facebook should grant a grieving mother access to her dead daughter's account, in a landmark judgement for how social network data.
Angela Merkel today said Germany makes "independent decisions", firing back at US President Donald Trump after he accused Berlin of being a "captive" of Russia.
Richard Grenell, a longtime critic of the accord, told the mass-circulation daily Bild that the US government was extremely concerned about Tehran's plans to transfer hundreds of millions of euros.
Calling his son's treatment "unfair", Mustafa Ozil said "he needs to decide for himself. But if I were in his place, I'd say -- thanks a lot but that's it."
Bierhoff admits it was a mistake to allow Ozil to stay silent as the controversy cast a shadow over the German camp.
Germany will have to go its own way on immigration if it cannot get other European Union states to sign up to migrant return deals, Interior Minister Horst Seehofer said in remarks.
A court in western Germany has sentenced a pharmacist to 12 years in prison for diluting cancer drugs on a massive scale in order to finance his luxury lifestyle.
The plan was agreed earlier this week to save conservative German Chancellor Angela Merkel's fragile three-party coalition only three months after it had taken office.
It was the first time since 1938 that a Germany side failed to get past the first round at a World Cup finals -- a huge dent to Loew's reputation after 12 successful years in charge.
Despite winning the 2014 World Cup, then lifting the 2017 Confederations Cup while unearthing a new crop of stars, Loew's golden reputation has taken a mauling in Germany.
Fourteen European Union countries have said they are prepared to sign deals with Germany to take back asylum seekers who had previously registered elsewhere, part of an effort to placate Angela Merkel
Russia may be basking in a rare atmosphere of fun and revelry during the World Cup, but for the authorities, there are limits.
Football in this World Cup may not have been all that inspiring. So is cricket for the Indians, who opened their long British summer against Ireland