A retired school-teacher in Berlin is waging her own private war against what she calls hatred and intolerance.
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.
Many of the economic problems facing eastern Germany are similar to those in western Germany and most of Europe. So, why is xenophobia so much worse in the East?
Dozens of Berlin nightclubs have organized a dance party to protest a march led by the far-right Alternative for Germany. "Our party will crash their march," activists promise.
With its clubs, cafes and a cuisine as varied as its inhabitants, Berlin’s Neukölln district draws in international tourists and expats alike. But it’s being rocked by a series of arson attacks and hate crimes.
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