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.
Germany's weapons exports, though controversial, generate employment. German's post-communist Left Party wants to ban arms sales - but when it comes to losing votes, even Left politicians waver.
Anti-Semitism has been rearing its head at protests in Germany around the Israel-Palestine conflict. DW asked the head of the German Police Union what police can and should be doing against this.
Angela Merkel has presided over a time of great influence and economic success. Germany has assumed a more prominent role in the world - and its unassuming chancellor has become a political heavyweight.
DW looks at the life of Germany's chancellor as she turns 60.
The ISAF mission ends at the end of the year. Brigadier General Franz Weidhüner, responsible for Germany's withdrawal, talks with DW about the withdrawal from Afghanistan and the security situation in the country.
Many German schools don't cater to foreign students. But one school in the city of Halle is trying to change that with special lessons meant to help school-age Syrian refugees learn German and continue their education.
The country celebrates its winning World Cup team with a giant open-air party in Berlin.
Never before have so many foreign students studied in Germany, while one in three German students goes abroad. Education Minister Johanna Wanka says Germany is more welcoming than its reputation implies.
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.
The seven East Frisian islands stretch in an arc off Germany's North Sea coast. Slow tourism is the watchword here. We explore two of the islands: Langeoog and Spiekeroog.
On the edition, we learn how devout Muslims celebrate the end of Ramadan, look back sixty-four years to the founding of Germany's disaster relief agency and meet a engineer who's passionate about fly fishing.
A DW special on youth in Germany - from World War I to the present.
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