After she retired from her conventional teaching job, Ingeborg Maskallis spent 9 years giving German lessons at a prison. Now the 86-year-old has decided to "retire" for a second time. We accompany her on her last visit to her students.
The surviving member of the neo-Nazi terrorist group the National Socialist Underground (NSU), Beate Zschäpe, has been found guilty of 10 counts of murder. The trial was one of the biggest in postwar German history.
A German medical firm is suspected of illegally shipping several tons of a solution that is used to euthanize animals to the United States. The solution contains an ingredient also used to execute prisoners.
That Beate Zschäpe has been sentenced to life in prison for the murders of 10 people is small consolation for the victims' relatives. They have been abandoned by the state and Chancellor Angela Merkel, says Hans Pfeifer.
In 2017, a journalist from Germany's Die Welt reported to Turkish police for questioning and spent the next year behind bars without charge. His trial over terrorism and incitement charges begins in Istanbul on Thursday.
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