Plans to close Berlin's Tegel airport have long been controversial - now it might shut down already in summer, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Berlin's busiest airport looks set to close on June 15 for at least two months, and perhaps for good if a long-stalled new airport ever actually opens. The measure aims to save money amid ongoing travel bans.
Air travel in the EU seems increasingly within reach. The German Airport Association has published a list of measures it hopes will keep passengers safe — and keep flights in the air.
Long lines and sold-out stores: Bicycle shops in Germany have never been so busy. The bike is enjoying a surge in popularity as Germans seek to get out and about in safer ways during the coronavirus pandemic.
An alligator who survived the bombing of Berlin in 1943 and is rumored to have belonged to Adolf Hitler has died in a Moscow zoo aged 84. "Animals are not involved in wars and politics," the zoo said.
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