With a catstrophe unfolding 10,000 kilometres aways, Philippinos abroad are desperate to help. They're sending food, medicine and clothing. We visited one community in Berlin doing what they can to help the people back home.
The Turkish president's attempt to move against supposedly "anti-Turkish" Germans elsewhere in the EU have been scuppered, for now. Some plain speaking by Berlin helped put a stop to it, says DW's Jens Thurau.
Irish carrier Ryanair has filed complaints with German and EU competition agencies over Air Berlin's bankruptcy. They have accused the German government of helping prepare a Lufthansa takeover, violating anti-trust laws.
Neo-Nazi conspiracy theorists have been given the go-ahead for a rally marking the death of Rudolf Hess. They believe Hess was murdered by British spies.
After a poor beginning, the German government has begun offering meaningful help to those affected by the Berlin Christmas market attack. But has the country really learned how to deal with any future such events?
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