• The Latest: Pence: US to ‘will hold Russia accountable’

    MUNICH (AP) — The Latest on U.S. Vice President Mike Pence’s trip to Europe (all times local):

  • Dahlmeier leads Germany to relay gold for record 10th medal

    HOCHFILZEN, Austria (AP) — Laura Dahlmeier led Germany to the title in the women’s 4×6-kilometer relay on Friday, becoming the first biathlete to win a medal in 10 straight world championship races.

  • Dortmund investigating 61 fans after trouble at Leipzig game

    DORTMUND, Germany (AP) — Borussia Dortmund has identified 61 fans suspected of being involved with offensive and defamatory banners displayed during the Bundesliga game against Leipzig.

  • Germany has 18 cities willing to host games for Euro 2024

    FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Eighteen cities have applied to the German soccer federation to be part of its bid to host the 2024 European Championship.

  • Munich conference brings hope for clarity on US priorities

    BERLIN (AP) — Top world leaders, diplomats and defense officials are getting their first opportunity to meet with members of the Trump administration amid concerns over the new president’s commitment to NATO and posture toward Russia.

  • Klitschko relishing chance to re-start career against Joshua

    COLOGNE, Germany (AP) — After what will be 17 months out of the ring, former heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko believes the chances of resurrecting his remarkable career are “50-50” against the unbeaten Anthony Joshua.

  • Top Trump envoys signal no quick changes to US-Russia ties

    BRUSSELS (AP) — The Trump administration signaled Thursday there will be no change soon in U.S.-Russian relations, putting the onus on Moscow to prove itself if it wants closer cooperation with Washington. Russia’s support for Ukrainian separatists was underscored as a test case of its willingness to change behavior.

  • German soccer federation bans 88 Dortmund fans from stadiums

    BERLIN (AP) — The German football federation issued nationwide stadium bans against 88 Borussia Dortmund fans who were apparently intent on violence at the side’s Bundesliga game in Darmstadt last Saturday.

  • Bundesliga club Darmstadt invites ‘fan’ Barack Obama to game

    DARMSTADT, Germany (AP) — Bundesliga side Darmstadt is inviting former U.S. President Barack Obama to one of its home games after announcing him as a Twitter follower of the struggling team.

  • Davydenko beats Mayer to win BMW Open

    MUNICH (AP) — Nikolay Davydenko won his second BMW Open title on Sunday by beating Florian Mayer of Germany 6-3, 3-6, 6-1.