Once an altar stood here, but now it’s a living room. Two years ago, the Kreyer family from the town of Langenberg in western Germany leased a former church building and converted it to a home.
In our TV travel guide Check-in viewers get the chance to show us their home. From all the entries we had received by May 1, 2016 we have also drawn five winners for one of our travel backpacks. They go to:
In May 1998, eight Carmelite nuns from the Philippines arrived in Tamale to establish their first convent in Ghana but have failed to find local women to help fill their ranks.
Despite decreasing numbers of refugees in Germany, the number of crimes on refugee accommodation shows no sign of waning. One of the German Criminal Police Office's (BKA) main fears is an attack by a lone wolf.
The father of a suspected "Islamic State" militant has been detained for DNA tests and questioning. Two police officers were killed and 22 people injured in a suicide attack in Gaziantep.
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