Despite a setback in parliament, protesters have vowed not to give up.
A much-loved patch of German woodland, Hambach Forest, has been occupied by treehouse dwellers for years. As teams move in to remove the structures, anti-coal mining protesters from outside are keen to show solidarity.
An international day of protests over climate change has taken place in cities around the world. It was designed to coincide with UN talks aimed at breathing life into the Paris Agreement.
Poland sees Ukrainian human rights activist Lyudmyla Kozlovska as an enemy of the state. But the German parliament has invited her to speak in Berlin, putting a chill on already frosty relations with Warsaw.
Angela Merkel has just returned from her summer holidays and she's already braving enemy territory. DW followed her to Dresden, a stronghold for far-right populists who have no affinity for the German chancellor.
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