Following the Bavarian poll, federal politicians work out what it means for the national vote.
Many church parishes are involved in helping refugees. That includes clothes, care and less frequently, temporary protection in the form of church asylum. Germany is trying a new approach to the controversial issue.
A German court has handed a suspended sentence to a Bavarian woman who took her two children to Syria. She had been accused of helping terrorists, but this was thrown out.
Morning Gloryville's sober raves have been taking the world by storm since May 2013. Now the breakfast party's landed in Berlin where DW's Kate Brady went to see how the capital is "raving its way into the day."
The Cologne Carnival is something you have to see to believe. DW’s reporter Gabriel Borrud, who grew up in the United States, still remembers his first carnival - at least some parts of it.
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