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Learning lessons from Fukushima
Merkel: 'Mandela remains an inspiration'
German politicians reacted with shock and dismay to the death of Nelson Mandela. The South African ex-president and Nobel Peace Prize laureate will be forever linked with the struggle against apartheid.
Troops called to deal with asylum applications
There are more and more asylum seekers in Germany and the immigration office can barely keep up with the applications. Now, soldiers are being called in to speed up the process - though not without controversy.
Auschwitz cases dogged by legal obstacles
Since September, German justice officials have been investigating 30 suspected former guards at Auschwitz. But due to various legal obstacles, they may never stand trial.
'Signpost' project points youth away from radical Salafism
The number of Salafists in Germany is growing. Charismatic preachers successfully recruit young men. The ‘signpost’ project in North Rhine-Westphalia aims to prevent their radicalization.
German free-market liberals back from the dead
Germany's business-oriented Free Democratic Party (FDP) is technically still in government, but to all intents and purposes the party is dead. The question now is whether its new leader, Christian Lindner, can revive it.
German firms recruit jobless European youth
Leading companies have been using youth employment initiatives to recruit young people from southern European countries grappling with unemployment. It appears to be a win-win situation.
Turning Berlin's gray rooftops green
Community gardens are springing up across Berlin, where city dwellers are hungry for home-grown food. Hannah Cleaver helps Berliners learn how to grow their own, one terrace and rooftop at a time.
Berlin: a paradise for liberty-lovers
Everyone wants to come to anything-goes Berlin, where even porta-potties can be turned into Jacuzzis. But maybe some people should live out their liberties at home, says DW's guest columnist, Berlin insider Jan Kage.