The first person in Germany to test positive for the novel coronavirus was in late January 2020. The year that followed has changed Germany — and the rest of the world.
Prominent German Jewish figures have warned of the danger of conspiracy theories and rising anti-Semitism during the Bundestag's annual Holocaust memorial service.
The trial of two neo-Nazis accused of murdering a German regional governor is about to come to an end in Frankfurt. The murder of Walter Lübcke was the country's first political assassination in decades.
Authorities say they are now in control of a cyberattack instrument mainly used by organized crime networks.
The man had been accused of forming an "Islamic State" cell with other locals of Tajik origins. They had first planned to shoot dead an Islam critic inside Germany.
Speaking at the World Economic Forum, European Commission head Ursula von der Leyen has pitched the idea of an international biodiversity agreement along the lines of the Paris accord. She called it urgent for the world.
Vaccination centers in Europe are standing ready — but no vaccine is available. Pfizer has cut its production, and AstraZeneca has announced it would be delivering 60% less than agreed with the EU.
The European Union does not have enough vaccine because manufacturers are not fulfilling their contracts. Sharing the patents could speed up production and solve global problems, says Barbara Wesel.
After Holocaust survivor Helmut Sonneberg returned to his hometown of Frankfurt, he fell in love with Eintracht. Now he helps keep the memory of the Holocaust alive – not only on International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Commission President Ursula von der Leyen spoke at Davos after a row between the EU and drugmaker AstraZeneca. But South African President Cyril Ramaphosa hit out at what he branded 'vaccine nationalism.'
Meanwhile, several people were arrested in Sydney after defying government protocols for public gatherings during COVID-19 to protest the contentious timing of Australia Day. Follow DW for the latest.
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The names of 10 million victims of the Holocaust are recorded in the Arolsen Archives. For a week, these names will be projected publicly in Berlin, and shared with the world via livestream.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, many countries worldwide continue to restrict entry and most travel remains discouraged. DW Travel offers a brief recap of what rules apply in the EU — and how to get the latest info.
Consumer confidence in Germany has slumped as the country's tough lockdown measures continue to bite. Most of those surveyed were gloomy about the near future.
In recent years, record heat and low rainfall have taken a toll on Germany's groundwater, even in the winter. Experts say it's time to radically overhaul the way the country manages its water.
Cologne have signed former Palace midfielder Max Meyer until the end of the season. Elsewhere, Gladbach striker Breel Embolo has received a heavy fine from the club for violating Germany’s coronavirus restrictions.
Former Paris Saint-Germain and Borussia Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel has been named head coach of Premier League club Chelsea. The German took PSG to the Champions League final last season but was fired in December.
The Bundesliga schedule continued after midweek games and there was more drama in the top four and woe for those sides struggling to stay in Germany's top flight. One club made drastic changes.
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