US President Obama had a packed day in Berlin, climaxing in a speech to the German people.
US President Barack Obama has told a United Nations summit that the global intake of refugees is set to double in 2016. Seven EU states are set to admit at least 10 times more migrants than last year.
During the week, German Chancellor Angela Merkel attempted to calm fears at her summer press conference. Yet many of her answers were vague. DW examines the chancellor's statements.
Sarah und der israelische Mandolinenspieler Avi Avital streifen durch Berlin. Sie fahren mit einer Rikscha und ganz nebenbei überzeugt Avi Avital Techno-Fans, dass die Mandoline ein cooles Instrument ist.
Thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets of Hanover to protest a planned trans-Atlantic free trade agreement. The rally comes just a day ahead of US President Obama's visit to the German city.
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