Paintings signed ‘A. Hitler’ up for sale in Nuremberg

Five watercolours signed “A. Hitler” will be auctioned off at the Weidler auction house in the southern German city of Nuremberg. 26 other artworks attributed to Adolf Hitler were also due to be put up for sale, but plans were scrapped after doubts emerged about their authenticity. IMAGES of the five paintings due to go on sale on Saturday

Germany’s Merkel and Slovak Prime Minister meet in Bratislava

German Chancellor Angela Merkel meets Slovak Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini in Bratislava ahead of the Visegrad group summit.

Angela Merkel and Visegrad group leaders pose for family photo

Visegrad group leaders and German Chancellor Angela Merkel pose for the family photo ahead their meeting in Bratislava. IMAGES of the family photo

Banksy’s destroyed painting is put on display at German museum

Banksy’s partially destroyed painting “Love is in the bin” is put on display at the Frieder Burda Museum in Baden-Baden, Germany. The artwork which was partially destroyed during an auction at Sotheby’s, will be on display at the museum until next month. IMAGES of gallery staff hanging up the painting

Wurst night ever? Taste takes a holiday at German sausage hotel

Sausages on the menu, sausage motifs on the wallpaper, sausage mobiles hanging from the ceiling — and to top it off, a sausage-shaped pillow on your bed. What sounds like a vegetarian’s nightmare is the audacious dream come true of Claus Boebel, a fourth-generation butcher and proprietor of what he calls the world’s first and only sausage-themed hotel.

Ethiopian Prime Minister receives German President

Germany’s president Frank-Walter Steinmeier arrives in Ethiopia for a four days visit, where he is received by Ethopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed. IMAGES of Steinmeier’s arrival and Amhed’s reception

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Sea Watch rescue ship approaches Sicilian coast

Migrants aboard Sea Watch are hopeful as the rescue ship approaches the Sicilian coast, despite Italy’s far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini insisting that the country’s ports are closed to migrants. The Dutch-flagged vessel, which is operated by the German charity Sea Watch, picked up 47 migrants and asylum-seekers — including eight minors — six days ago off the coast of Libya as they made the treacherous Mediterranean crossing.