Cleanup operations are underway across western and northern Europe after a severe storm left at least 15 people dead. Starting in England and Wales, the storm ripped up trees and caused chaos to roads and railways.
After days of exceptional heat, the rains came in dramatic fashion across northern Germany. Several people were injured by falling trees and travel was severely disrupted.
The only unbeaten sides in professional German football meet in the second round of the cup as Borussia Dortmund host second-division Union Berlin. Elsewhere, Schalke travel to Cologne while RB Leipzig host Hoffenheim.
While Nazi troops stormed and burned synagogues during the Kristallnacht pogrom on November 9, 1938, German museum directors were waiting in the wings, eager to acquire Jewish cultural artifacts for their collections.
On Sunday, two million voters head to the polls in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany's northernmost state. Observers in Berlin will be watching closely for trends relevant to September's federal elections.
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