In the second installment of our series, we meet Arman Kuru. The 24-year-old Muslim from Berlin is trying to become a police detective and, in his free time, he's a whirling dervish.
You mastered some long, hard-to-pronounce German words in part one. Join Meet the Germans host Kate Müser again as she enlists native speakers to tackle more great German tongue-twisters.
As 70th anniversary ceremonies for the state of Israel commence, DW looks back at seven decades of German-Israeli relations. The two countries remain firm allies, but their friendship is uniquely fraught by history.
The 16,000-square meter settlement had a fuel factory when it was part of communist East Germany. But the village started decaying after the collapse of the Berlin Wall.
Sigmar Gabriel has said Germany has a special role in fighting anti-Semitism. While official statistics attribute most such crimes to right-wing extremists, a new study argues anti-Semitism is widespread among refugees.
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