Refugees who had spent the night in trees after German police cleared their camp in Munich are now safely back on the ground. They are demanding the right to stay in Germany.
The President of the World Jewish Congress Ronald Lauder first criticized the decision by a Swiss museum to accept a recently found trove of artworks stolen by the Nazis. He tells DW why he now welcomes the decision.
As protests over discrimination and police brutality rage on in Ferguson, many people in Germany are asking themselves whether racism exists in the German justice system. After the NSU murders, some have lost faith.
A gunman has left one person dead and another three injured before shooting himself during an attack at a seniors' residential care home in the western German town of Hamm. The motive is not yet known.
The leaders of Germany's opposition have taken aim at the oft-touted victories of Chancellor Merkel's government. The grand coalition is making bad decisions, which will harm Germany's future, they say.
From 2016, women must hold 30 percent of corporate board positions in some of Germany's biggest listed companies. The agreement on a legal quota came after talks among Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition parties.
A project is underway in Essen in which alcoholics are paid in beer to clean up the city's streets. The idea is to help drug addicts pick themselves up and rejoin society. DW went to Essen to see how it's working out.
A book of candid interviews with former Chancellor Helmut Kohl is to be published this week against his will. He said Angela Merkel "couldn't eat with a knife and fork," and that Gorbachev left a forgettable legacy.
On November 9, 1989, the Berlin Wall came down. DW looks back at how it happened.
Some of Germany's Social Democrats have shown understanding with Russia's role in the Ukraine crisis. These members of the SPD party are only carrying on a long-time tradition of rapprochement.
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.
Berlin's East Side Gallery is hugely popular with tourists. We are offering you a chance to win special decorative tape, with pictures of the graffiti on this famous bit of Berlin Wall. Here's how to win.
Rarely does one need "stars" to rate the amenities awaiting refugees, but exceptions are being made in Cologne. The city is looking to turn a luxury hotel into a refugee asylum.
On this episode: We meet specialists who clean airport runways at night, take a look at a sign language interpreter who translates song lyrics into dance, and view the work of an aquascaper who transforms aquariums into underwater gardens.
A DW special on youth in Germany - from World War I to the present.
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