61 percent of Germans polled were against a fixed quota for women in upper management. Most favoured a flexible form of voluntary commitment instead.
The 2011 census found that fewer people lived in Germany than previously thought, resulting in less money for Hamburg and Berlin. The city states argued the methods were unfair, but Germany's highest court disagrees.
Senior executives with Ruhr district rivals Dortmund and Schalke have both spoken out against the idea of playing Bundesliga matches abroad. This comes with Spain's La Liga aiming to stage a league game in Miami.
Since its founding in 1950, Germany's domestic intelligence agency has been at the center of a number of major scandals, all of which reflected the political atmosphere of the day. Here are the six most infamous cases.
Bavarian conservatives face a historic low result in next month's regional election. But in the short term, a bad result could actually benefit Germany's leading conservative politician, Angela Merkel. DW explains why.
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