Following the Bavarian poll, federal politicians work out what it means for the national vote.
After their persecution by the "Islamic State," many of Kurdistan's 600,000 or so Yazidi are looking to leave Iraq, threatening to further diminish the community that has been native to the region for thousands of years.
Leaving Berlin made DW's Anne-Sophie Brändlin realize what makes Germany's capital so unique and why it is so difficult to fall in love with any other city.
The Tea party's crazy uncle has once again turned the Republican Party's family get-together on its head. And that has its good sides, says DW's Max Hofmann.
Germany's newest party, the euroskeptic Alternative für Deutschland, is routinely dismissed as the German Tea Party. The AfD balks at the comparison, but its "party of reason" approach is not convincing pundits.
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