Germany has been saving a lot - and investing too little. That's becoming more obvious in areas like education and infrastructure. We'll talk about that with guest Thomas Straubhaar of the Hamburg Institute of International Economics.
Aleida and Jan Assmann rejected the AfD's recent attempts to downplay Germany's Nazi past and Alexander Gauland's 'bird shit' remark. The pair said that 'not every dissenting opinion deserves respect.'
The Netherlands beat Germany for the first time in 16 years as Joachim Löw's side produced another dismal performance, slumping to a 3-0 defeat in Amsterdam. The loss ramps up the pressure on Germany's beleaguered coach.
More than two decades after a devastating war, Bosnia-Herzegovina has still not overcome its deep ethnic divisions. As voters headed to the polls, observers asked whether fresh elections can bring much-needed change.
Greece owes Germany billions of euros. Or is it the other way around? More than seven decades after the end of WWII, Athens and Berlin are still at odds over costs incurred during the Nazi occupation of Greece.
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