Art teacher Shlomit Tulgan is the founder of Germany's "first Jewish puppet show". Her goal is to introduce kids to Jewish culture, for instance, by depicting holidays like Hanukkah in a way children can understand.
A joint exhibition held in three museums in Hanover demonstrates how artists are working in Germany today. The show focuses on the current conditions of art production in the country.
Before 1933, there were some 2,800 Jewish temples in Germany. Today there are 130 synagogues and prayer rooms - a reflection of the tumultuous past of German-Jewish life, but also evidence of its current resurgence.
Germany's socialist Left party is the biggest of the "small parties" represented in the Bundestag - but the least likely to be part of a governing coalition. So what are the others so afraid of?
"Made in Germany" is a label that sells. But when it comes to people, how German is Germany today? Croatian-German author Jagoda Marinic tells DW why identity is fluid - and the far-right so dangerous.
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