Skilled craftsmen and women are in short supply in Germany, partly because the work isn't considered cool by young people. Businesses are over-stretched. DW meets father and son roofers in Westphalia who are taking matters into their own hands.
Members of the far-right NPD have videotaped themselves "patrolling" Berlin trains. Their call for "protection zones" for Germans has been labeled by authorities as attention-seeking from an irrelevant party.
After years of delay, German authorities deported a 42-year-old Tunisian man believed to be an al Qaeda-trained bodyguard who once protected Osama Bin Laden. A last-minute court order to halt the move arrived too late.
Germany's strong ties to China go beyond the world of business. For years, Ludger Beerbaum and the German Equestrian Federation have been working to develop equestrian sports in China.
Nenad M. says he's missed out on opportunities because for years he was mistakenly assigned to a school for children with special needs. Now the former student has successfully sued a German state for damages.
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