Germany’s Green party was once a bastion of the anti-establishment. But these days the party jokingly referred by some as the dentists’ party appeals to the educated, affluent and environmentally aware. DW went to Heidelberg to learn more.
German consumers are having to pay more on average for drinking water, an evaulation from the Green party has found. The cause is traced to agribusiness nitrates that must not find their way into potable water.
Social Democrat Finance Minister Olaf Schoz has defended his proposed 2018 budget amid harsh criticism. Though it calls for increased spending, the proposal upholds the Christian Democrats' zero-borrowing policy.
Christina Schulze Föcking has said she received violent threats against herself and her family. She has been accused of running an industrial hog farm that mistreats its livestock.
Thousands of Gaza residents have turned out to mourn the deaths of Palestinians killed by Israeli troops in Monday's protests. Germany and the UK meanwhile demanded an inquiry into the killings as diplomatic anger rises.
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