The eyes of the world were on Rome, as Catholic cardinals held a conclave to choose a new pope. We take a behind-the-scenes look at the media coverage of the election of Francis I.
German reporters have learned to avoid being baited by the far-right populism of the AfD, a new OBS study says. Instead, the media is pursuing new investigations into the AfD.
Italian police are hunting for clues after the discovery of a human skeleton on the grounds of the Vatican embassy in Rome. The grisly find has led to speculation about the fate of a schoolgirl who disappeared in 1983.
A confidential report by Germany's Foreign Ministry deems it unsafe to send people back to Syria, according to media outlets. A moratorium on the deportation of Syrians is set to expire in December.
Reports of investigations into flash floods which killed schoolchildren near the Dead Sea have been restricted. Previously, officials blamed the school for ignoring the bad weather.
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