VW ordered to pay damages in Dieselgate scandal - Lufthansa and German govt confirm €9bn bailout - German border town quiet as Danes stay home
Shareholders of Germany's flag-carrier have accepted the conditions of a multi-billion euro government bailout to keep the airline aloft. The deal gives the German government a 20% stake in the airline.
German authorities have decided to reimpose controls on the nation's borders with France, Austria, Denmark, Luxembourg, and Switzerland. Commuters would still be allowed to travel. Follow DW for the latest.
Chancellor Angela Merkel said that although Germany is still at the beginning of the pandemic, the country has been able to get a better grip on the outbreak. Follow DW for the latest.
A regional appeals court has rejected a claim by a VW owner backed by legal services group MyRight. But the verdict means it could now be the first "Dieselgate" compensation case to go to Germany's supreme court.
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