A peaceful revolution, the fall of the Berlin Wall, reunification: Deutsche Welle's special traces Germany's ongoing path to unity.
He was a dedicated communist who chose to live in East Germany. He was a dissident and the regime revoked his citizenship. He talks about his break with communism and his conviction that you have to speak out.
A new study documents how the secret police in Communist East Germany tried to influence the Green Party in West Germany. Bad news for the Greens? Not at all. They're the ones who commissioned the study.
On October 3, 1990, Germany celebrated the reunification of East and West Germany, less than a year after thousands of people crossed from east to west following the fall of the Berlin Wall.
"Better this than nothing" was the reaction after Vladimir Putin's first visit to Germany since the Ukraine crisis. But it's unclear whether the meeting will yield any concrete results on either that conflict or Syria.
Following the fatal shooting of a German police officer by a member of the Reichsbürger group in Bavaria, the far-right movement is in the spotlight again. DW takes a closer look at some of their theories.
One of Berlin's most famous theaters, the Theater am Kurfürstendamm, is facing closure after a new court ruling. The move continues a trend of dying theaters in the former West Berlin.
The anti-racist, anti-sexist Conne Island Club in Leipzig caused a stir with a statement about sexual violence by refugees. But it was also keen not to align itself with populist racism, Ben Knight reports from Leipzig.
Germany's highest court has decided that muncipalities are the responsible party for the lack of legally-mandated day care spots for every child. The ruling comes after three mothers sued for lost earnings.
A German policeman has succumbed to injuries sustained in a gun battle on Wednesday with an alleged far-right extremist. The shooting happened when officers attempted to confiscate firearms from a local man.
They are radical and violent. In recent years more and more people identifying themselves as Reichsbürger have drawn the attention of authorities. Who are they, and what kind of danger do they pose?
A German court has begun a trial of a 16-year-old German-Moroccan girl, identified as Safia S, for an alleged terror attack. The prosecutors accuse her of stabbing a police officer and links with the "Islamic State" (IS)
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