Merchants in the village of Gaiberg in southern Germany have decided to start accepting deutschmarks again. It's a profitable idea since, even ten years after the introduction of the euro, Germans still possess some 6.5 billion marks.
Despite the use of several informants, police weren’t able to stop terrorist Anis Amri. Still, authorities continue to rely on such sources. How does it work? What do they get paid? DW asks the experts.
In her book, Humphrey Bogart encounters Arabesque, the Arabic style of music created in Turkey. Emine Sevgi Özdamar is a wanderer between worlds, and her book is an autobiographical fairy tale.
Germany has faced reparations claims for decades – but insists the cases are closed. Now, with Greece, Poland and former colony Namibia bringing up the topic, is Berlin afraid of a slippery slope due to its complex past?
The abduction and murder of the powerful industrialist Hanns Martin Schleyer 40 years ago was a dramatic turning point for the Federal Republic of Germany. The drama is still fresh in the minds of many Germans.
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