Following the Bavarian poll, federal politicians work out what it means for the national vote.
Rescue workers have concluded their search for more bodies from the train collision near Bad Aibling in southern Germany. Ten people died in the crash; preliminary reports suggest "human error" as a possible cause.
A parade float in the city of Düsseldorf showing the leader of Poland's ruling party as a dictator has caused shock in Warsaw. The depiction shows "contempt for Poland," said the country's foreign minister.
It is ironic how Ted Cruz, a Princeton and Harvard-trained lawyer, has become the preferred choice for anti-establishment Tea Party supporters. But he mirrors their disdain for the government - and the Republican Party.
A party election poster for Germany's far-right National Democratic Party has inadvertently called to "deport the Germans first." The placard was met with ridicule from critics on social media.
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