In Germany, the last Sunday before Advent is known as Totensonntag, or the Sunday of the dead. Public dancing is banned in some places on what's supposed to be a day of remembrance. Why? Columnist Tamsin Walker explains.
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What's behind the Alternative for Germany's ballot box success? From Cologne to Dresden to Berlin, DW's WorldLink examines the phenomena behind the major parties' decline and asks whether money protects from populism.
When, 72 years ago, the guns of WWII fell quiet across Europe, Germany was faced with the enormous task of dealing with what it had done. A task, which as Tamsin Walker found out on a walk through Berlin, is ongoing.
The immigration issue booms loud and clear in this busy year of European elections. But what of its quieter, yet close cousin, the integration issue? Tamsin Walker listened for its voice.
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