Germans favor logistical support in Mali, but they decisively oppose sending their troops to fight the Islamists.
Buckle up to find out what it really takes to get a German driving license, then navigate the mountains of Seattle with a young man who believes in the power of maps. We also get the Olympic scoop straight from Sochi.
A question with political resonance: Did President Joachim Gauck call the far-right NPD "loonies"? Germany's highest court is hearing a case brought by the extremist party against the country's president.
To earn a driver's license, Germans must pass a strict mix of of theory and practical training. In a country that's so passionate about driving, how hard is it? DW's Lori Herber joins a new driver for her first lesson.
A childhood memory of half-timbered houses and cobblestone streets gets DW's Katherine Sacks to explore the charming medieval towns of the Harz Mountains - following in the footsteps of both George Clooney and Goethe.
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