Many refugees who make it to Europe end up in Germany. And the government is struggling to register them all. That means long outdoor waits for people trying to get refugee status, at a time when the weather is getting cold.
Millions of revelers have braved cold winter weather to attend traditional carnival parades in Germany. The processions often take on a highly satirical note.
Knife attacks and violent assaults between refugees and locals have become a common occurrence in the eastern German city of Cottbus, where anti-migrant sentiment is reaching a boiling point. DW's Kate Brady reports.
The question of refugee quotas has caused a divide between European Union countries, particularly between the east and west. Can the 28-nation bloc finally agree on asylum reforms before another migration crisis occurs?
Rail and air traffic in Germany have slowly resumed after a winter storm with hurricane-force winds slammed into western Europe. Several people were killed by falling trees and dangerous road conditions due to the storm.
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