Over 70 percent of Germans believe the governing parties -- the CDU and the SPD -- are just as much--or even more--at odds as the country's previous coalition partners: the Christian Democrats and the Free Democrats.
Twenty jam-packed minutes of fun, mind-stimulating information and music: Each week, Pulse brings you the latest in youth culture from around the world.
Hardly anyone could have imagined that talks to form a new German government would collapse. Anything's possible, from minority rule to a fresh vote. One thing's clear: it's a blow for Angela Merkel, says DW's Ines Pohl.
German coalition talks have continued as parties clash on migration and the environment.The Merkel-led conservative block, the Greens and the market-friendly FDP had until Sunday evening to reach common ground.
Vegan currywurst, Italian dishes made with regional products only and many different kinds of kebabs. Berlin's new trends when it comes to food might set the course for the future of German traditional cuisine.
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