Saxony-Anhalt is a landlocked federal state in Germany's East. Because of the chemical industry, Saxony-Anhalt attracts more foreign direct investments than any other state there.
The state's chemical industry is important, with one of the biggest chemical producing areas to be found around the city of Bitterfeld-Wolfen. But the state is also the location of numerous wind farms producing wind-turbine energy. This page collatesDW content on Saxony-Anhalt.
Is Angela Merkel already under pressure less than a month after re-election? The German chancellor has fought back after her party's poor performance in Lower Saxony and the rise of a "new" conservatism in Austria.
The right-wing AfD was the strongest party in Germany's eastern state of Saxony in parliamentary elections last Sunday. DW's Daniel Pelz went to the city of Görlitz to find out how residents feel about the results.