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Attacks on asylum shelters rise in Germany
Uli Hoeness - a fallen role model
A respected sports boss withheld millions from the state, fueling political debate in Germany. The case played a significant role in Germany's federal elections in 2013. Now Hoeness is set to have his day in court.
Tax evasion trial of Bayern Munich President Uli Hoeness begins
The president of football club Bayern Munich's, Uli Hoeness, is standing trial in Munich in a tax evasion case that has dominated headlines in Germany for over a year. If found guilty, he could face prison.
Merkel warns Putin against 'illegal' actions in Ukraine
Angela Merkel has told Vladimir Putin that a referendum on Crimea would violate international law. The Crimean parliament's decision to vote on joining the Russian Federation has only worsened the diplomatic stalemate.
Opinion: The restored honor of Christian Wulff
Former President Christian Wulff has been acquitted of corruption charges. His image will remain that of a man unfit for his office. But still, it was the media who truly failed, writes DW's Marcel Fürstenau.
Banned German weapons being sold in Colombia
German law prohibits the export of weapons to crisis or conflict regions. But guns sporting the label "Made in Germany" are being sold in war-torn Colombia. Manufacturers have denied any involvement in illegal exports.
EU migration for brighter future
The Gogan family moved from Romania to Germany via Italy. Like many other EU immigrants in search of better opportunities, they've discovered starting over isn't always easy.
Recruiting for Jihad
More and more young Muslims are being radicalized and coaxed into fighting in Syria by Salafists. Both teachers and parents have reasons for concern, because there is currently a lack of strategies to protect teenagers.
Ukraine's Tymoshenko begins medical treatment in Berlin
Ukraine's former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko has started medical treatment in Germany. She suffers from a chronic back ailment linked to injuries she sustained while in prison on controversial corruption charges.
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach turns 300
March 8 marks the 300th anniversary of the birth of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, son of the renowned Johann Sebastian Bach. C.P.E. Bach became one of the most important and famous composers of the 18th century.
A turning point in German-Israeli relations
German public opinion of Israel is slumping as Chancellor Angela Merkel and her cabinet continue their visit. There is growing public and political disillusionment over Israel’s treatment of its Palestinian neighbors.
German bread vies for UNESCO recognition
German bakers say their craft represents the country's cultural heritage. Alongside bacteria and beer, bread is up for UNESCO cultural protection. But the path to recognition is a long one.
Lonsdale shows love for the left
The fashion label has managed to rid itself of its neo-Nazi clientele and now cooperates with left-leaning soccer clubs. But the Internet won't let the company forget its old associations.
App brings virtual concert to Holocaust Memorial
No one walks by Berlin's massive concrete blocks without pausing to reflect. The Holocaust Memorial is world famous - and now it offers a unique musical experience via iPhone.
In Germany, thousands of museums invite you to discover the world of art. The Museum Island in Berlin, the Art District in Munich and the Museum Embankment in Frankfurt combine several exhibition venues at a single site.