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Current Vice Chancellor and Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel has told his party he will not stand for chancellor in September's elections. This clears the way for a new candidate to challenge Chancellor Angela Merkel.
A group of rejected Afghan asylum seekers deported from Germany has landed in Kabul following protests Monday night at Frankfurt Airport. More than 100 people gathered to demonstrate against the forced repatriations.
The AfD leadership has decided that regional leader Björn Höcke will be allowed to remain in the party. Höcke had prompted outrage after verbally attacking Germany's national Holocaust memorial and remembrance culture.
Leading figures and supporters of the ENF have gathered in the German town of Koblenz to set out their goals. But what does the future of Europe look like according to the right-wing faction? DW's Kate Brady reports.
Ever since Trump's bombshell election win, jitters have been felt across the globe. The first anti-Trump protest in Europe took place in Berlin, and it wasn't the last. But Germany, in particular, has more to worry about than other countries, both with regard to the future and its past. Tamsin Walker takes us now to one group that has been galvanized into action in the heart of the German capital.