As German parliamentary elections draw closer, DW is taking the country's pulse. The first stop of Sumi Somaskanda and Nina Haase's summer road trip is Dresden, where the anti-immigration movement is still strong.
Daniel H.'s stabbing death led to weeks of unrest and the sacking of Germany's domestic intel chief. Now, the manslaughter trial has begun despite major evidence 'gaps' and concern about judges' conflicts of interest.
A Syrian asylum-seeker goes on trial in Dresden on Monday, accused of involvement in the murder last year of Daniel H. in Chemnitz. The case sparked massive far-right unrest in the city. What do we know so far?
Some 10,000 people joined demonstrations in Dresden opposing a celebratory PEGIDA rally. The far-right group held its first "evening stroll" four years ago.
Did Dresden police, at the behest of far-right protesters, block reporters from doing their work? The accusations are under investigation. Journalists in Germany, it seems, are increasingly being targeted by opponents.
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