After the end of the Cold War in 1989, many eastern Germans left for the western part of the reunited country. But a tenth of them have now moved back to the places in the east where they grew up. We meet a few of the returnees.
A Hanover museum has sent the remains of an indigenous Australian woman home after holding them for more than a century. German museums have been urged to be extremely sensitive in dealing with such remains.
Forced to flee then-East Prussia to Lithuania at the end of World War Two, these orphaned German children survived hunger, cold and the loss of identity. Their fate has remained long overlooked by the German government.
The far-right AfD party did astonishingly well in the state of Saxony. In cities like Pirna and Görlitz, theaters and orchestras use art to combat the populist party, teaching children and teens about tolerance.
Bayern Munich won their sixth successive game since the return of coach Jupp Heynckes to book their place in the last 16. Goals from Kingsley Coman and Javi Martinez disposed of a spirited Celtic side.
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