German coalition talks have reached a breakthrough. Here's a closer look at some of the issues that were originally holding up the deal but appear to have been resolved - for now at least.
Support for the country's ruling parties is dwindling as the Green party and far-right AfD continue to surge. Some Germans are worried about the status quo, but many believe the changes are good for democracy.
The drubbing of the mainstream parties in Bavaria's election didn't come as a surprise. But the outcome could have serious repercussions for Germany's political landscape.
The Bavarian CSU has suffered a historic drubbing in state elections. The result will have consequences at a national level as well, says DW's Rosalia Romaniec.
The coalition government has hammered out new laws that prioritize education, age, and financial security. The laws are based on the Canadian model.
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