On October 3, 1990, Germany celebrated the reunification of East and West Germany, less than a year after thousands of people crossed from east to west following the fall of the Berlin Wall.
In Cologne, the excitement about the new Bundesliga season is palpable because, for the first time in 25 years, the club is back in Europe. But boss Peter Stöger is unfazed by the prospect of fighting on three fronts.
Helmut Kohl wanted a European Germany, not a German Europe. It was a theme touched on by all the funeral orators at the memorial service for the former German chancellor. DW's Bernd Riegert reports from Strasbourg.
The museum's special exhibit, entitled "Two Million Years of Migration," shows that ultimately we're all migrants. It also reveals that today's migration routes are uncannily similar to those from thousands of years ago.
Cologne-based author Dogan Akhanli has been detained in Spain after Turkey issued an Interpol arrest warrant. The charges remain unclear. German officials have decried the move as politically motivated.
© 2017 Deutsche Welle |
Legal notice |
| Mobile version