Times journalist Roger Boyes reflects on his years as a correspondent in Germany. No one knew what to expect when the Wall came down -- including Margaret Thatcher, who called in ten experts, who told her not to worry. She did anyway.
Gender inequality was seemingly enshrined into Germany's reunification treaty, leaving divorced women from the former East living their retirement in poverty. But with a new government comes new hope.
Described as the "Grand Old Man of German photography," Moses spent decades photographing Germans and Germany. While he captured many famous faces, he also shot regular people at extraordinary moments in history.
In South Korea, Germany's president is seen as a symbol that reunification remains a possibility even in bleak times. Michaela Küfner reports from Seoul that Frank-Walter Steinmeier is trying to keep such hopes in check.
German lawmakers have agreed to lift the suspension of family reunifications for migrants with so-called "subsidiary" status. The reunifications bill is a breakthrough in Angela Merkel's bid to forge a new government.
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