The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu is in Berlin, where he had dinner with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, ahead of official talks slated for Thursday.
The heads of Germany's conservative CDU and CSU parties have met in Berlin for "constructive" discussions on security and finance. The two parties have been at odds for months over Chancellor Merkel's refugee policy.
Many newspapers see Chancellor Angela Merkel and her conservatives as the big losers in Sunday's Berlin election. But that's only part of the story. Berlin is not necessarily typical of Germany.
One day after her conservative party got hammered in Berlin's local election, Chancellor Angela Merkel took responsibility for the loss. She also said there would be no repeat of "uncontrolled" immigration.
What happens when the values and self-interests of a state or society collide? DW editor Christoph Hasselbach has found that the topic of immigration offers some interesting object lessons.
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