Katja Birker from Canada takes in a jazz concert in MedienHafen, admires contemporary architecture and sculpture, and learns what a ”Büdchen” is from a pair of locals.
Two Hungarian tourists have been handed suspended jail terms after they were caught trying to pinch bricks from the Nazi death camp at Auschwitz. The pair said they wanted to bring home a "souvenir," according to police.
Germany's most populous state is preparing a new law on police surveillance and controls, following in Bavaria's footsteps. Over 9,000 demonstrators took to the streets in Dusseldorf to protest against the plan.
Esther Mujawayo-Keiner knows what trauma feels like. She lost most of her family in the 1994 genocide. Now she works in Germany as a trauma therapist for African refugees. Marie Sina met her in the city of Düsseldorf.
Ed Sheeran may move a concert to Gelsenkirchen after officials in Düsseldorf chose to protect 104 trees rather than host the British singer. Some 85,000 people are wondering what to do with their tickets.
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