Many communities in the foothills of the Bavarian Alps were hard hit by the recent floods. Now that the water has receded, locals are cleaning up and hoping life soon returns to normal.
At the risk of being labeled a catastrophe tourist, the German president has visited Marxloh, an area synonymous with crime and unemployment. But does it really deserve that reputation? DW's Elizabeth Schumacher reports.
The EU and NATO have teamed up in Europe's far north to fight hybrid threats from "tweets to tanks." A new center of excellence focuses on resilience to menaces from little green men to huge humanitarian catastrophes.
The world's poor are being encouraged to take out insurance against climate-related disasters. But as the logic of some schemes unravels, those who profited least from fossil fuels are left paying for their damage.
The heat has been turned up on the teams at the bottom end of the Bundesliga but some are coping much better than others, including Leverkusen and Ingolstadt. Here's what to look out for midweek.
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