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Energy prices are soaring globally, and Germany's neighbors are building new nuclear reactors. Some want to revisit the commitment to go nuclear-free.
The Munich trial of a German IS bride wasn't just about the death of an enslaved 5-year-old Yazidi girl in Iraq. It was about justice for genocide, says Matthias von Hein.
Members of the neo-Nazi party the Third Path were stopped over the weekend attempting to turn themselves into an anti-migrant border patrol. Who is the small but very active extremist group?
The 60-year-old has served as the head of Germany's most populous state since 2017. His resignation comes after the conservative CDU suffered an unprecedented defeat in recent elections with him as its main candidate.
"No space for Nazis," urges Jasmina Kuhnke — a Black writer who has canceled participation in the major trade event. Frankfurt Book Fair, however, insists on freedom of opinion.
The coronavirus infection rate in the German capital is at its highest for five months, and young people are now the most likely to get infected. But socializing, clubbing and university classes are all going ahead.
After their dangerous evacuation from Kabul, many Afghans in Germany are struggling with bureaucratic hurdles. It has left many frustrated.
Eight German areas registered high incidence rates among 10 to 19-year-olds, according to public health authorities.
Artists in Berlin have raised awareness of the extra burden women have had to bear during the pandemic.
The electric vehicle maker Tesla looks set to open its first European factory in the coming weeks.
Young Muslims, Christians and Jews visit the Auschwitz concentration camp together.
On the wine trail: in this Check-in Special Nicole Frölich and Lukas Stege explore three German wine-growing regions. They follow the German and Saxon Wine Route and visit the vineyards along the Moselle.
A significant majority of Germans say religion plays no role in their life, a poll has shown. Fewer than one in eight adults believe that faith makes the world a fairer place, although younger people were more positive.
German prosecutors are working to bring the last surviving Holocaust perpetrators to court. But what are the legal hurdles they need to clear? And why have they waited so long?
A photo of Angela Merkel overwhelmed by parrots went viral, but the German chancellor has a long track record of animal encounters.
The sport of cricket is developing faster than most in Germany realize. But what does cricket culture look like in a country more famous for football rather than fast balls?
The center-left SPD, Greens and neoliberal FDP have agreed to coalition talks, but negotiations won't be easy.
Just one-third of the members in Germany's newly elected parliament are women. That's not representative of our society.
The country's first female chancellor has taken on alpha males in world of politics. But as her nearly 16 years in power comes to an end, Merkel has not been able to enact gender parity or equity in many realms. Why not?
To mark the 60th anniversary of the German-Turkish recruitment agreement, the Ruhr Museum is exhibiting photographs by Istanbul photographer Ergun Cagatay.
Filiz Taskin was among the first Turkish laborers to come to Germany under a landmark postwar agreement.
Aydan Özoguz would like to see a museum show what migration did for Germany.
The colors of fall foliage draw many people to Germany's great outdoors. From the island of Rügen to the vineyards of the Mosel Valley to the Swabian Allgäu region, there really is something for everyone.
Closed for 19 months, Berlin's famous techno club Berghain reopened a minute before midnight on Saturday for its first club night since the start of the pandemic.
Germany was divided for years, and much has changed since reunification. Here are some of the biggest changes in pictures from Berlin, Potsdam, Stralsund and other places that have witnessed a remarkable transformation.
As Germany moves into the post-Merkel era, DW's Berlin Briefing newsletter keeps you updated on the country's politics and society.
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