Berlin is gearing up for the visit of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II. A royal visit is always a big event. How important do you think royalty is in today's world.
The two nations get along now, but things used to be different: Germans and Britons harbored clichés about each other for a long time. Back in 1965, the Queen was already above it all. Now, she's visiting again. (23.06.2015)
Spain's King Felipe VI has removed the title of duchess from his sister Cristina ahead of a trial in which she stands accused of tax fraud charges. The decision comes as the king seeks to improve monarchy's image. (12.06.2015)
In his "black spider memos," Prince Charles offered the British government unsolicited advice on environmental issues. As the letters go public, experts weigh in on how much conservation impact a royal can have. (15.05.2015)
The CDU’s Jens Spahn has caused a stir with his opinion about English speakers in Berlin. In an editorial for Die Zeit, a German weekly, he writes that too much English in Berlin is a sign of provinciality, not worldliness.
Seyran Ates' vision of a place of worship where all Muslims can pray together turned into reality. But many claim that the feminist activist is violating the very basic rules of Islam with her newly-opened Berlin mosque.
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The father of the gunman expressed his sadness over the attack in Orlando and said his son was "a good guy and well-educated." The video was deleted on his Facebook account just a few hours after it was published.
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