Thousands of people took part in a march in Frankfurt to protest against austerity measures and cuts they say are crippling Europe. Police encircled a group of 200-300 people for refusing to remove face masks.
From purely footballing concerns such as video assistant referees and the 50+1 rule, to socio-political issues such as right-wing extremism and increased police powers, fans across Germany have made their voices heard.
Citizens from Durban, South Africa, to Sydney, Australia, and from Berlin to Washington turned out for the second March for Science. In Germany, people came together in 14 cities to support science and research.
Future members of the Red Army Faction committed their first known attack on April 2, 1968, when two Frankfurt department stores were hit with arson. The RAF dissolved in 1998, but many questions are still unanswered.
The first of five Monday night Bundesliga fixtures this season takes place tonight as Eintracht Frankfurt host RB Leipzig. But match-going supporters are planning to protest against the unpopular scheduling.
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