The Ruhbachs from eastern Germany are not your ordinary family. The parents dress in black, listen to Goth music and like horror movies. Together with their children, they also put on a pyrotechnical stage show titled "Ravenchild."
Human rights activists and family members of the victims of drug-related killings have expressed outrage and disappointment at Manila's denial of any wrongdoing in President Duterte's drug war. Ana P. Santos reports.
Italian police have revealed details of a macabre plan to exhume the Ferrari founder's remains and then try extort either the family or the company. Enzo Ferrari is among motoring's best-known names.
The church where Martin Luther is said to have posted his "Ninety-five Theses" has reopened ahead of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. The ceremony was attended by the German president and the Danish queen.
The man who is Merkel's deputy, Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel, head of the Social Democrats, showed a group of heckling neo-Nazis the finger. Should he even be allowed to do that? Absolutely, says DW's Jens Thurau.
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