Many of the camper vans on the go on German highways during the summer are overloaded. Southern German police are trying to raise awareness of the potentially deadly consequences of driving overweight vehicles.
The new law gives French police permanent powers to shutter places of worship and conduct on-the-spot identity checks. Critics have decried the measure for its restriction of civil liberties and for targeting minorities.
As security becomes increasingly prioritized by German politicians, Berlin's Alexanderplatz has been dubbed one of the capital's most dangerous spots. DW's Kate Brady accompanied Berlin police on a Saturday night patrol.
Berlin police have issued a warning after coming across a novel solution to the problem of packing furniture items into the car. Officers were puzzled to spot a hand emerging from the trunk - holding down the tailgate.
A sixth Nazi-looted artwork that ended up in the "Gurlitt" trove in Munich has been identified. The clue was a tiny repaired hole spotted in the canvas of the French painter Thomas Couture.
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