The German capital is attracting more and more highly qualified young foreigners who can't find work in their home countries. They're one reason Germany is weathering the global economic crisis so well.
In the year since its foundation, Berlin's liberal mosque has established itself and is attracting ever greater interest. But lawyer Seyran Ates, who opened the mosque, lives with ongoing hostility and threats.
A Jewish man whose parents put him on a Kindertransport to London to save him from the Nazis recreated his journey on a bike after nearly 80 years. In his 80s, Paul Alexander cycled from Berlin with his son and grandson.
German Free Democrat leader Christian Lindner has been accused of giving Nazis everywhere "the pretext to harass people of color." Lindner had been trying to make a point about immigration policy.
The German Foreign Ministryis seeking clarity on recent controversial comments made by the new US ambassador, Richard Grenell. In an interview with Breitbart News, he said he hoped to "empower" the right wing in Europe.
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