While out house hunting Christina Heuschekel and Frank Rademacher from North Rhine-Westphalia came across an old mill, which they decided to buy and renovate. Now the couple live in the top two floors and run a cafe on the ground floor.
You’ve read the headline and now you’re up in arms, aren’t you? Unfortunately, I, Krsto Lazarevic, am going to disappoint you. The majority of foreigners are absolutely okay.
Renowned for ambitious guerrilla actions, the artist collective Center for Political Beauty unveiled their latest project: a replica of Berlin's Holocaust Memorial set up next to right-wing AfD leader Björn Höcke's home.
The German term "Heimat," often translated as "homeland," was long thought of as tacky, regressive, and even politically dubious. But since the election, German politicians across the spectrum are using it once again.
Nearly 30 years have passed since East Germany's homes for "difficult children" were shut down. It has taken this long for the former inmates to speak out about their ordeals, and, even now, they're not always heard.
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