Germany wins World Cup
Germany defeated Argentina 1-0 in a thrilling game to win the 2014 World Cup. Substitute Mario Goetze scored the only goal with seven minutes to go in extra time. This is the fourth World Cup title for Germany after winning it in 1954, 1974 and 1990.
On Wednesday 18th June, 2014, Ambassador Klaus-Peter Brandes participated at the inauguration of the International Law Institute of Justice and the rule of law (IIJ) in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs...
The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany jointly with the German-Maltese Business Council and the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry organised a Roundtable on "Waste-To-Energy - Risks and Chances".
On 04.06.2014, H.E. Klaus-Peter Brandes bestowed Prof. Mario Vassallo with the Cross of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany.
On 21 May Ambassador Klaus-Peter Brandes visited the Freeport of Malta. The Chief Executive Officer of the Malta Freeport Corporation, Aaron Farrugia, explained the facilities, which handled 2.7 milli...
This year’s Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum, from June 30 – July 2, 2014, focuses on the evolution of the Internet as a gateway to information and knowledge, and as a tool for social participation. ...
Global Media Forum 2014
Interconnected, interactive and participatory: the Deutsche Welle's 10 edition of The Bobs - the international award for the best in online activism.
Deutsche Welle (DW) has recognized exceptional p...
Deutsche Welle: The Bobs kick off 10th edition
The year 2014 marks a multitude of anniversaries of events that shaped European and world history throughout the past century.
Year of Commemoration 2014
Welcome speech by Foreign Minister Steinmeier at the event “1914 – a Failure of Diplomacy”
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