Although many Greeks blame Berlin for their country's strict austerity drive, others are willing to move to Germany in order to find work.
A controversial new law protecting cultural artifacts was passed in Germany in August. Assyriologist Markus Hilgert tells DW it is a vital update for the preservation of archaeological treasures from the Middle East.
Current media coverage shows broad divisions between EU policy makers and the public when it comes to asylum. A group of researchers in the United States and Europe recently studied what exactly voters are looking for.
The jobless rate in the euro area has remained stuck in double-digit territory this summer, while the number of people out of work in its biggest economy edged up slightly but continues to stand at an historic low.
The OECD report shows that Germany's education system is on the upswing, but there's still room for improvement. Also, the much maligned teaching profession in Germany should be treated better, writes DW's Jens Thurau.
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