Germany has decided to suspend its noise pollution laws during the World Cup to allow late-night public viewing. The government made the decision due to the time difference with Brazil, the host of the tournament.
A German musician has won the right to blow his own trumpet: Siegfried Ratz' neighbors had sued him for excessive noise pollution. But the professional trumpeter prevailed in Germany's top court.
Hooligans, hackers and discrimination: These are the things that have been making the headlines ahead of the 2018 World Cup. Russian officials, though, say fans should feel welcome and safe. So what should they expect?
This Thursday, UEFA is to decide who'll host the 2024 European Championships. Germany and Turkey are the two contenders. DW takes a look at the main points of discussion and assesses which country has the better case.
Starting next year, German parties in the Bundestag will receive an additional €25 million in taxpayer funding. It's not the first time the Bundestag has passed a costly bill during a major soccer tournament.
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