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'Treated like criminals': two tourists describe their ordeal with Munich ticket inspectors - World News
'Treated like criminals': two tourists describe their ordeal with Munich ticket inspectors 3 days ago
When Stephanie Marcello and her family returned to the airport after their holiday in Munich, they were left confused and angry by the 'intimidating' way ticket collectors pressed them into paying a €120 fine.
Heavy rain and strong winds on the way for much of Germany -World News
Heavy rain and strong winds on the way for much of Germany 3 days ago
The German Weather Service (DWD) predicts that the next few days will see variable, windy and wet weather across the country with possible flooding in some rivers.
What you should know about gift-giving in the German workplace -World News
What you should know about gift-giving in the German workplace 3 days ago
From football game tickets to a bottle of wine, giving and receiving gifts especially around Christmas time is common in business relationships. But do so with caution as there can be consequences that come with it.
Should artists be allowed to stalk Germany's most radical far-right politician? -World News
Should artists be allowed to stalk Germany's most radical far-right politician? 3 days ago
The artist collective Centre for Political Beauty has rented the house next door to Germany's most controversial politician and openly admit to using Nazi methods against him. Is everything allowed in the name of art?
Ryanair pilots in Germany call strike in dispute over wages -World News
Ryanair pilots in Germany call strike in dispute over wages 3 days ago
The pilots’ union Vereinigung Cockpit (VC) announced on Tuesday that pilots on Ryanair would take part in the first industrial action in the budget airline’s history.
Berlin airport plans
Berlin airport plans "soft launch" without main terminal building 3 days ago
Berlin International Airport's chief hopes to save the country from further embarassment with his "BER Lite" project. The plan would see the airport open "metal boxes" instead of the elegantly designed main terminal.
One in five German schoolkids have smoked shisha tobacco: survey -World News
One in five German schoolkids have smoked shisha tobacco: survey 3 days ago
22 percent of German pupils between grades five and ten have smoked tobacco via water pipes, a new survey has shown.
Anger brewing among Social Democrats against Merkel power pact -World News
Anger brewing among Social Democrats against Merkel power pact 3 days ago
To many German Social Democrats it sounds like a monster that will destroy their party if not democracy itself: the GroKo.
Germany: Imported tanks for art project land man with suspended sentence -World News
Germany: Imported tanks for art project land man with suspended sentence 3 days ago
A German court has given a man a suspended sentence for importing and failing to demilitarize two British tanks. The tanks were later revamped with rainbow paint for an anti-war art project by designer Harald Glööckler.
Opinion: Burning the Israeli flag has nothing to do with freedom of speech -World News
Opinion: Burning the Israeli flag has nothing to do with freedom of speech 4 days ago
Those who wish to live in Germany must accept its values. That includes the country's tough stance on anti-Semitism, says DW Editor-in-Chief Ines Pohl.
German neo-Nazi charged 17 years after terrorist attack -World News
German neo-Nazi charged 17 years after terrorist attack 4 days ago
A neo-Nazi has been charged in connection with a bomb attack in the western German city of Düsseldorf in 2000 that injured several Jewish people. Observers are wondering why this has happened so long after the incident.
German laws on burning the Israeli flag: What you need to know -World News
German laws on burning the Israeli flag: What you need to know 4 days ago
In setting symbols of Israel on fire in recent days, demonstrators raised a legal issue. The burning of national symbols is not forbidden in all cases, although incitement to violence against Jewish people is.
Angela Merkel condemns burning of Israeli symbols in Berlin -World News
Angela Merkel condemns burning of Israeli symbols in Berlin 4 days ago
Angela Merkel has condemned the burning of Israeli symbols during protests against the US decision on Jerusalem. Germany's interior, foreign and justice ministers have also expressed criticism of the weekend's protests.
China rejects accusations from Germany of espionage via social media -World News
China rejects accusations from Germany of espionage via social media 4 days ago
After the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV) had warned that China was trying to recruit German informants for intelligence services via social media networks, Beijing denied these accusations on Monday.
Patchwork Solution: An End to Berlin's Neverending Airport Fiasco? -World News
Patchwork Solution: An End to Berlin's Neverending Airport Fiasco? 4 days ago
The idea of a soft launch for Berlin's long-delayed new international airport is gaining traction. It would mean opening its doors in 2020, but without its main terminal.
200 ammunition rounds found near Christmas market ‘likely a coincidence’: Berlin police -World News
200 ammunition rounds found near Christmas market ‘likely a coincidence’: Berlin police 4 days ago
After the police found two bags of bullets in the west end of the capital city on Sunday, a spokesman said the find’s proximity to the Charlottenburg Christmas market is “likely a coincidence.”
What’s drawing so many young Brits to Berlin and what issues do they face? -World News
What’s drawing so many young Brits to Berlin and what issues do they face? 4 days ago
Ever more Brits are deciding to leave the shores of the island nation and make a move to the German capital. But it’s not just the thudding beat of techno that is calling them over the sea.
Burning of Israeli flags at Berlin demo ‘disgraceful’, says interior minister -World News
Burning of Israeli flags at Berlin demo ‘disgraceful’, says interior minister 4 days ago
Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière has sharply condemned the burning of Israeli flags during anti-Israel protests in Berlin.
Snow and ice thaws after hundreds of accidents on Germany’s streets -World News
Snow and ice thaws after hundreds of accidents on Germany’s streets 4 days ago
The onset of winter kept emergency services across the country busy on Sunday night. But on Monday morning most of the snow and ice had melted with the arrival of milder temperatures.
‘Historic’ opening of Berlin-Munich high-speed rail line hit by delays, cancellations -World News
‘Historic’ opening of Berlin-Munich high-speed rail line hit by delays, cancellations 4 days ago
Deutsche Bahn (DB) heralded the opening of the high-speed rail line between Berlin and Munich as a significant moment in German rail history. But the opening went far from smoothly.
German politicians condemn burning of Israeli symbols in Berlin -World News
German politicians condemn burning of Israeli symbols in Berlin 4 days ago
German politicians have condemned the burning of Israeli symbols during protests against the US decision on Jerusalem. Police in Berlin have so far detained at least 20 people during protests.
New Berlin-Munich high-speed train experiences another glitch -World News
New Berlin-Munich high-speed train experiences another glitch 4 days ago
A high-speed train running the Berlin-Munich route had some technical problems on its first regular day of service. The €10 billion line is intended to cut travel time between the two cities from six to four hours.
Angela Merkel: Love her or loathe her... -World News
Angela Merkel: Love her or loathe her... 5 days ago
Angela Merkel has become an icon. Abroad, she's held in high esteem due to the length of her tenure and her conduct during Europe's refugee crisis. But back home, support for Merkel is waning.
The dying rural communities in eastern Germany -World News
The dying rural communities in eastern Germany 5 days ago
Germans are abandoning small villages for larger cities — and nowhere more so than in the former Communist east. Politicians say that they'll help, but property in rural eastern areas is going for a song.
Two men die of electric shock after climbing on top of German train -World News
Two men die of electric shock after climbing on top of German train 5 days ago
Two men have died in northeastern Germany after suffering electric shock on top of a train. The circumstances of the incident are under investigation.