Some German parents have received orders to quarantine their children and isolate them from other family members — or face having them forcibly removed from k8彩乐园手机客户端apphome. A parents' group said the demand amounted to "cruelty."
The main suspect in the killing of regional German politician Walter Lübcke has confessed and apologized in court. Sonja Jordans is following the trial of a crime that highlights the rising threat of neo-Nazi extremism.
Germany is seeing growing protests against the government for its handling of the pandemic. Who are these people and why are they taking to the streets?
German politicians have lined up to condemn Saturday's protests against COVID-19 measures. There is a heated debate as the freedom of assembly is enshrined in the constitution — but so is protecting public safety.
Darknet, drugs, Bitcoin — these ingredients made "Chemical Revolution" the largest online narcotics shop in Germany. The trial against its alleged dealers begins as the Darknet economy continues to flourish.
The school holidays are coming to an end in parts of Germany. The ities want a return to "normal" school life. But that's easier said than done.
Tens of thousands of people from the Western Balkans find work in Germany every year. Their families often face a long wait for permission to join them. Opposition lawmakers are demanding change.
Germany has announced that all arrivals arriving from risk areas will have to undergo a coronavirus test upon entering the country, beginning on Saturday. DW explains what this means for travelers to Germany.
Three former board members at German car manufacturer Audi, along with a retired manager have been charged with fraud, criminal advertising and indirect false certification for their part of the "dieselgate" scandal.
Germany has declared Antwerp in northern Belgium a high-risk area amid an increase in coronavirus cases. The province has recorded more coronavirus cases than any other region in Belgium.
s found that the richest one percent of Germans owned more than a third of the wealth.
DW looks back on Germany's first six months in the coronavirus pandemic.
Expertsts say this year could see record economic shrinking this year. But 2021 could be a bright spot.
Germany has launched a program to train sniffer dogs to identify coronavirus infections.
Despite lower greenhouse gas emissions, a new flood of plastic waste is becoming a problem.
Two students were on Germany's remote North Sea island when travel options shut down due to COVID-19.
Births in Germany are down, while its population ages. It's a similar trend in other countries. A new study predicts a dramatic reduction in the population in most countries by the end of the century.
German lawmakers are not paying enough attention to the danger of misogynist ideologies. They have and continue to incite violence against women, and can serve as a gateway to more radical right-wing worldviews.
Twenty-one people were killed, hundreds injured. No one has been held accountable after a trial ends without a verdict. How could this be? A new documentary sheds some light on the matter.
The 'Kentler Project' in West Berlin routinely placed k8彩乐园手机客户端apphomeless children with pedophile men, assuming they'd make ideal foster parents. A study has found the practice went on for decades.
The debate about racism in the German police goes on. Interior Minister Horst Seehofer has refused to approve a study on it and sees the police mainly as victims. This is a cynical denial of reality, says Mirjam Gehrke.
US soldiers have been stationed in Germany for 75 years, arriving as victors after World War II and eventually becoming allies. But bilateral relations haven't always been plain sailing.
Travel warnings, risk areas, quarantine requirements: For many of our readers, the entry regulations for Germany remain confusing. Here are a few answers to the most important questions.
Tensions are running high in a debate over the coat of arms in the northern Bavarian town of Coburg. Two women in faraway Berlin have launched a campaign, saying it is "a racist image" with "no place in today's world."
Combining socks with sandals is now a mainstream trend. But even back when it was a fashion no-go, Germans couldn't have cared less. We look into the stereotype, as well as Germany's strong tradition of ugly sandals.
A lot is to be seen and heard in 29 seasons at the Wagner festival. This year's edition called off, DW's Rick Fulker has found the time to pull up memories.
Germany was divided by the Iron Curtain between the communist and the democratic world for decades. Here's a look at the events that led to the fall of the Berlin Wall and made reunification possible.
No envelope, inexpensive, perfect for short messages — 150 years ago, the first postcard was dispatched in Germany. The medium was enthusiastically adopted.
In Hamburg "Große Freiheit" - or great freedom - is more than merely the name of a road. It is a unique approach to life. A city with maritime flair and plenty of opportunities to go out.
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