Members of the Berlin Symphonic Orchestra bid farewell to their fans with a last concert on Sunday after orchestra officials failed to secure 80,000 euros ($103,000) in emergency funding for the bankrupt organization. Orchestra leaders had tried to find private sponsors after Berlin's city government cut three million euros in subsidies last year. The ensemble's disbandment is the latest in a long list of German orchestras that have disappeared due to lacking funds.
Why is Russia so concerned about the state of its constitution? Can NGO activity really undermine a country or are other factors required? Fiona Clark in Moscow goes in search of answers.
A 77-year-old German tourist has been killed by cows after she walked through a fenced-off area during a mountain hike. A doctor was called but was unable to save her.
Wolfsburg have served notice that they're capable of competing with Bayern Munich, beating the league champs 5-4 on penalties to take the Supercup. Key to the win was a last-minute goal by an unlikely hero.