In October 1990, Tokio Hotel's two frontmen were still small children. The advance of the teen band from provincial eastern Germany to a worldwide celebrated pop quartet is partly due to the new opportunities in a united Germany.
Tokio Hotel is one of the most successful German bands of the new millenium. We'll tell you about their new album, meet the band on tour, talk to them about their fans, and play videos of their biggest hits.
Helmut Kohl wanted a European Germany, not a German Europe. It was a theme touched on by all the funeral orators at the memorial service for the former German chancellor. DW's Bernd Riegert reports from Strasbourg.
Germany's most famous musical twins are back: Bill and Tom Kaulitz of Tokio Hotel. The band produced their new album "Dream Machine" almost entirely on their own. We'll have an exclusive interview.
Berlin is getting a monument to the peaceful revolution of 1989-90. It comes after years of contentious squabbling. And residents of the German capital aren't exactly thrilled about the new attraction.
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