A retired school-teacher in Berlin is waging her own private war against what she calls hatred and intolerance.
Dozens of Berlin nightclubs have organized a dance party to protest a march led by the far-right Alternative for Germany. "Our party will crash their march," activists promise.
Thousands of supporters and detractors of the right-wing populists will confront one another in the German capital on Sunday. The situation is sure to be tense, and no one is ruling out violence.
With its clubs, cafes and a cuisine as varied as its inhabitants, Berlin’s Neukölln district draws in international tourists and expats alike. But it’s being rocked by a series of arson attacks and hate crimes.
The revered American civil rights leader had numerous connections to Germany and profoundly influenced the formerly divided country, both East and West. DW looks back at Martin Luther King 50 years on from his death.
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