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A majority of German Catholics don't approve of Pope Francis and the Vatican criticizing abortion, according to a survey commissioned by a Catholic weekly.
The move comes three days after a woman fell to her death while riding on one of the amusement park's rides. Authorities have launched an investigation into the incident.
Steffen Seibert has officially taken office as Germany's new ambassador to Israel. A former journalist, he was Angela Merkel's spokesman until December last year and for the majority of her time in office.
German officials have expressed fears that a worst-case winter of energy problems could prompt an extremist backlash.
A heated debate is raging over the future of public transport in Germany. Three months of heavily reduced tickets are soon coming to an end. The government is split on what comes next.
Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan has heightened tensions between the US and China. This also has implications for Germany.
Body temperatures of up to 40°C are frequently a symptom of COVID-19, also among children. But supplies of fever-reducing antipyretics are running out. The question is: why?
DW's Emmanuelle Chaze looks at how Germans are responding to calls to save energy.
Fearing a gas shortage in Germany, local governments try and save as much energy as possible.
Flight bookings are back up, but airport staff shortages are ruining the vacations of many travelers
Wounded Ukrainian soldiers are being treated in German hospitals.
Aminata Toure is the first black minister Germany ever had. Her success sets the pace for others to follow.
The outbreak of the war in Ukraine was met with an outpouring of humanitarian support from volunteers across Germany. How strong is the solidarity with the refugees after almost six months of war?
Nuclear power has been celebrated, condemned and banned in Germany. Now it might be making a comeback. Here is a timeline.
DW's weekly Berlin Briefing newsletter keeps you updated on the country's politics and society.
Munich, 1972. The Olympic Games have begun. The Olympic village is peaceful.
All over the world, it's the first thing many think of in connection with Germany: the autobahn. A dense network, smooth asphalt, no speed limit. However, it was not, as many believe, a creation of Hitler and the Nazis.
Germany's long love affair with its high-speed freeways could hit a dead end as calls grow to stop autobahn extensions to combat climate change.
In all sorts of ways, from diet to fashion, Berlin really goes against the German grain. Rachel Stewart gives you the rundown for Meet the Germans.
On January 20, 1942, senior Nazi officials met at a Berlin villa to discuss the "final solution" to "the Jewish question." Deportations to ghettos and concentration camps had already begun, but the Wannsee Conference coordinated plans for the systematic murder of European Jews.
Germany was divided for years, and much has changed since reunification. Here are some of the biggest changes in pictures from Berlin, Potsdam, Stralsund and other places that have witnessed a remarkable transformation.
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