People across Germany and Europe took to the streets to support the EU ahead of elections set for May 23-26. EU projections indicate that anti-Europeans could win as much as one third of seats in the European Parliament.
Rich and re-united - in Europe, Germany is a role model for fiscal policy. But internally, the country is full of contrasts and contradictions. Photographer Annette Hauschild captures them on her journey through Berlin.
What does a giraffe have to do with the German constitution? How has Germany changed in its 70 years? Take a trip through time to important moments in Bonn and Berlin.
The Reichstag became the site of reunified Germany's parliament in 1999. A turbulent history makes it a symbol of the country.
On warm summer evenings, you can watch movies right behind the Reichstag that cover 100 years of German history
ONE stands for the prototype, ELEVEN stands for the limited edition. The Berlin design studio has garnered widespread acclaim and won top design awards.
White asparagus is one of Germany’s favorite seasonal vegetables, while the rest of Europe prefers green asparagus. Asparagus season is always very short here in Germany.
Is the Eurovision Song Contest the European Union on a three-drink-minimum? Find out, as this week not only popstars are on the ballot, but so are EU parliamentarians. Stammtisch host Damien McGuinness fires up the confetti canon and goes glam as DW's Michaela Küfner, Jessica Saltz from Euronews and the Economist’s Tom Nuttall talk European voting habits – both musical and political.
Against the backdrop of seemingly stymied talks in Brexit Britain, DW takes you to Northern Ireland to find out just how worried the locals of Derry are about a possible return of the Troubles in the event of a hard border. We also meet the English Shop owner in Berlin who is closing down because of Brexit after years of good business.
The Fertility Center Berlin helps woman to fulfill their dream of having a child. Carsten Lekutat talks to reproductive health expert Heribert Kentenich.
One of the biggest challenges facing the EU is the rise of anti-establishment, right wing, EU skeptic parties. An example is Germany's Alternative for Germany or AfD. We head to Berlin where Natalie Carney has more on their election campaign for the European Parliament.
For Germany's 70th birthday, Nicole Fröhlich visits important moments in the country's postwar history, from West Germany's capital, Bonn, to today's reunified capital, Berlin.
The artist Ai Weiwei opens a new exhibition in Germany where he has lives since fleeing China in 2015. He's been working hard in his underground studio in Berlin ever since - saying that his time in Germany has given him seclusion and time to focus.
In Berlin, Nightingales have made an unlikely choice to migrate back to. Making their new home in the city's Tiergarten park. Despite loud noise drowning out their songs, they're still out looking for a mate, before heading back to Africa in the summer.
Sabre-rattling and sanctions are the methods of choice for the US in its stand-off with Iran. But can this strategy force a climb-down in Tehran?
Guests: Torrey Taussig (Robert Bosch fellow), Shayan Arkian (IranAnders), Rick Noack (Washington Post)
En Berlín, el jefe del equipo de abogados del activista dijo que responderá en nombre del australiano a la Justicia de Suecia porque cree que no existe tal hecho delictivo. Baltasar Garzón viajó a la capital alemana para hablar de derechos humanos y la Deutsche Welle tuvo la oportunidad de hablar con él.
Medical chatbots are now used by millions of people instead of initially consulting a doctor. The Berlin startup Ada is one of many companies profiting from increasing demand for artificial intelligence in healthcare.
17 performers from 17 European countries appear on stage in Berlin for a grand concert evening. Babylon Europa shows that Europe’s cultural and linguistic diversity may be a challenge, but need not be an obstacle.
Tens of thousands of people have flocked to festivities to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the 15-month Soviet blockade of West Berlin. The airlift was a major morale boost to a city devastated by World War II.
For nearly a year, Allied powers flew essentials in to a desperate postwar Berlin. Seventy years later, young visitors from those countries meet a man who helped unload the fuel and food supplies dropped by the “candy bombers”.
Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the exhibition "East Berlin. Half a Capital" provides insight into everyday life in the GDR.
It seems German arms are, indeed, the weapon of choice for many countries. So where are they going? What are they being used for? And is Germany really as peace-loving as it makes itself out to be? Damien McGuinness and Michaela Küfner are joined by Jana Puglierin from the German Council on Foreign Relations and DW's Ben Knight for the latest political chatter from Berlin.
How do you supply a city of over a million inhabitants for months from the air? The Western Allies in 1948/49 solved this question with the Berlin Airlift. Today, many places commemorate the spectacular relief action.
In Good Shapes talks to Dr. Rudolf Tauber at Labor Berlin about blood tests and what physicians can learn from them. Dr. Claudia Vollbrecht from the Charité Hospital in Berlin explains the advantages of a liquid biopsy in analyzing tumor cells.
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