Hailed as one of Germany's most versatile and prominent actors, Gottfried John has died aged 72. John became internationally known for his role as the villain in the 1995 James Bond film 'GoldenEye.'
Berlin has unveiled a memorial for victims of what the Nazis called "euthanasia," a program exterminating people deemed "unworthy of life." DW discussed the memorial with disabled politician Andreas Jürgens.
Some of the young soccer stars Angelo trains in his spare time go on to become big stars in Germany, like national player Mario Götze. For Angelo, though, it's important that they learn to become more than football players.
Ten years ago a bridge created a link connecting the formerly divided town of Görlitz on the German side and Zgorzelec on the Polish side. Tourists flock to Görlitz but not really to Zgorzelec. We wanted to know why.
A 24-meter (80-foot) glass panel was unveiled in Berlin's Tiergarten on Tuesday, a monument for the roughly 300,000 people deemed "unworthy of life" and killed by the Nazis in their infamous "euthanasia" campaign.
After a two-year absence, Cologne have returned to the Bundesliga, racking up four points from their first two matches. In interview with DW, club coach Peter Stöger gives us his first impressions of the Bundesliga.
A court in Frankfurt has ordered the smartphone application 'Uber' to stop its transportation services in Germany. Uber plans to appeal the ruling and said it would continue its operations.
The hot summer weather shouldn't be a reason to miss a night at the movies. In Germany, film buffs can choose from a number of open-air cinemas and enjoy all kinds of movies under a starry sky.
Members of parliament debated a landmark decision on a historic day. It soon became clear that politics is never easy where war is concerned - and that's a good thing, DW's Marcel Fürstenau says.
DW's Berlin columnists - all English-speakers who have lived in the German capital for many years - bring you an insider's perspective on cultural life in one of the world's most vibrant cities.
Neuschwanstein Castle, with over 10,000 visitors a day, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Germany. It is also a candidate for UNESCO's World Heritage list. But is it really worth a visit?
In this edition: We meet a young man battling an addiction to crystal meth; a pensioner who has come up with a solution for wrong-way driving, and visit the island of Nordstrandischmoor in this week's series.
A DW special on youth in Germany - from World War I to the present.
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