In a quiet leafy suburb of Hamburg there lives a 51-year-old German of Syrian descent named Mamoun Darkazanli. He is a businessman and a preacher, and he is of great interest to the city's intelligence agencies.
A jihadist from Hamburg suspected of being part of an al Qaeda plot against Europe was killed by a drone strike in northwest Pakistan this week, according to a statement Thursday on a Turkish-language jihadist website.
A group of jihadists from the German city of Hamburg is alleged to be at the heart of the recent al Qaeda plot to launch coordinated terrorist attacks against European cities, European intelligence officials said.
As the federal government investigates the recent egg recall and the related salmonella outbreak that it says has sickened about 1,300 Americans, the regulatory process is coming under scrutiny from the agencies responsible and people affected by the food safety crisis.
The town of Hamburg, Germany, has shut down a mosque frequented by the suicide hijackers from the September 11, 2001, terror attacks, along with an adjacent cultural center, and banned the cultural organization behind it, officials said.
Federal health authorities recommended Monday that doctors suspend using Rotarix, one of two vaccines licensed in the United States against rotavirus, saying the vaccine is contaminated with material from a pig virus.
The rental car that Earnest Hoenck reserves from Hertz isn't available when he arrives in Hamburg, Germany. He's offered two choices: A smaller car that won't fit his luggage, or a bigger car for an extra 10 euros a day. He picks the bigger car, but when he returns the rental, he finds that his bill is even bigger than he expected. What can he do?
A Moroccan man with ties to 9/11 terrorists is convicted by Germany's highest appeals court of accessory to murder in the 2001 attacks and must return to court for a third time to receive a new sentence.
German police Friday arrested a Syrian-born al Qaeda suspect in Hamburg who is wanted in a Spanish indictment for playing a key role in Osama bin Laden's terror network, a Hamburg city judicial spokeswoman said in a statement provided to CNN.
A Moroccan man accused of assisting the September 11 hijackers has been cleared by a court in the German city of Hamburg due to a lack of evidence. CNN's Senior International Correspondent Walter Rodgers explains the background to the case.