German Chancellor Angela Merkel has announced Christmas plans under coronavirus restrictions. What will Germans be allowed to do during the holidays?
New coronavirus measures in Germany will last until at least January, Angela Merkel has told lawmakers in the German Parliament. A Christmas amnesty cannot be guaranteed.
Over 400 people died in one day in Germany as a result of COVID-19, marking a new grim record. But what does the death toll mean in the bigger picture of the country's pandemic? DW Fact Check reports.
Most German residents are willing to accept a continued partial lockdown that Chancellor Merkel and state leaders agreed on. But coronavirus fatigue is clearly setting in, writes DW's Jens Thurau.
Twenty years after the rights of homosexual servicemen and women in the Bundeswehr were first protected, the German Cabinet has approved a law that will see those who faced discrimination receive compensation.
Nearly a year has passed since Corona became known worldwide. Since then, researchers have discovered much about the virus and have made progress combatting it. Here are the most important points.
Karl Haucke was sexually abused by a priest for years. He and other survivors were promised an investigation. But the Catholic Church has decided not to publish the findings. To Haucke, this is a repeat of the abuse.
The European Medicines Agency did not name the company it expects to file the application. However, EU leaders hope a vaccine will be available before the end of the year.
Germany has reported a record daily coronavirus death rate, while an Italian proposal to shut all ski resorts across the EU has drawn mixed reactions. DW rounds up the latest.
German coaches and goalkeepers dominate the nominations for the annual FIFA Best awards, with Flick, Klopp, Neuer and Ter Stegen all included. Elsewhere, Germany coach Joachim Löw's future will be decided on December 4.
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Along with colonial and Nazi-looted art, a related chapter of German history is now being uncovered: How the former East German state confiscated cultural assets.
Both Germany and Italy are worried that ski resorts could turn into coronavirus 'super-spreading' hotspots. But Austria is furious with the idea, saying the EU should compensate its industry if such a shutdown is agreed.
Ursula von der Leyen, the European Commission president, has told MEPs that a no-deal Brexit remains a possibility, but that the next days will be 'decisive' as to whether negotiators can strike an agreement with the UK.
Almost every man watches porn. But in recent years, the proportion of women in the porn audience has been growing. What does this shift mean? DW asked a sociologist and an evolutionary biologist.
Bayern Munich sealed their spot in the knockout rounds with a routine win over RB Salzburg in Munich. Despite a tricky first half and having a man sent off, Hansi Flick's side found a way to win again.
In der Schweiz gibt es einen magischen Ort: Der Künstler Bruno Weber hat dort sein Zuhause mit Fabelwesen bevölkert.
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