Martje Salju blows her horn every evening - six nights a week at a height of 75 meters. She's the first tower watchwoman at Münster's St. Lamberti church, a job held exclusively by men since 1379.
What was it that led a wealthy designer to drive his camper van into a crowd on a sunny spring afternoon? That's the question tormenting Münster's residents as they struggle to come to terms with Saturday's attack.
Berlin may be the biggest, hippest city in Germany, but where cycling is concerned, the much smaller university city of Münster is the real metropolis. DW's Jefferson Chase went there to pick up tips on ecomobility.
Seyran Ates, the attorney, author and women's rights activist, has opened a Berlin mosque that preaches religious freedom and equality. It's a brave statement of tolerance in an age of increasing fundamentalism.
In the wake of the deadly van attack in Münster, many reports noted that the city was about to install bollards in the downtown area. But do barriers really offer protection? Experts say effectiveness has its price.
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