People in Berlin expressed mixed emotions ahead of the New Year. The German capital is still coming to terms with a terrorist attack at a Christmas market two weeks ago and many said they were anxious about political developments.
Feeling abandoned by government prompted some in downcast German and French regions to vote far right in 2017, researchers say. Anti-migrant, anti-Islam or anti-Europe election slogans hardly figured in their decisions.
In roughly a week from now, higher US tariffs on steel and aluminum imports are to come into force. Will the European Union manage to be exempted from the duties? DW's Sabine Kinkartz reports from Berlin.
A synagogue in one of the German capital's most Muslim neighborhoods and a Jewish trade school are two projects Berlin is pursuing in an attempt to counteract growing anti-Semitism. But will they change anything?
Considered to be German television's most important awards, the 2018 Grimme Prize winners have been announced. Among the record-breaking number of winners were the hit TV series "Babylon Berlin" and "Dark."
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