Ballet is grace and perfection, but it's also twisted ankles and stinky flats. We meet two young male ballet dancers whose passion for performance led them all the way to the State Ballet School of Berlin.
DW spoke to Klaus Hurrelmann, author of the German foreword to a book on US school killings found in the Munich gunman's possession. He explains how shooting sprees can be prevented.
A day after a Syrian refuge blew himself up in Ansbach in southern Germany, the small city is still under shock but determined to keep going.
Scientists from 80 countries flocked to Berlin this week to attend the European Congress of Mathematics. One main takeaway: some of the continent's leading mathematicians are surprisingly young - and very down-to-earth.
Two Berlin teens and their teacher were killed in the Nice attack, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has confirmed. The high-school students were visiting France on a class trip.
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