What do Germans think of the Edathy case and its consequences? Do they still trust the rule of law and the politicians?
Andrea Nahles has become the first woman to lead Germany's Social Democrats — though by a disappointing margin of votes. She must simultaneously attempt to lead and reform the SPD, Jefferson Chase reports from Wiesbaden.
"Anti-Semitism is becoming socially acceptable again," said Katarina Barley. Her statements came in the wake of an anti-Semitic attack that shocked Berlin.
Germany's oldest party is set to elect its first female leader. Despite opinion poll skepticism, lead candidate Andrea Nahles is confident she can turn the Social Democrats' ailing electoral fortunes around.
Domenico Tedesco and Niko Kovac have already stolen their fair share of headlines this season. Now the two young, overachieving coaches are set to battle it out for a spot in the German Cup final.
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