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On Monday in the Breitscheidplatz Christmas market in Berlin, while families enjoyed the last Sunday before Christmas and the scent of cinnamon, sugar, and cardamom filled the air, a stolen lorry pierced the tranquil environment killing nine people and injuring dozens more. At the time of writing this everything was still uncertain, however social media …
Hidden away for decades, a Tehran collection of Western paintings is to go on show in Berlin. The politically charged exhibition, which nearly flopped due to Holocaust denying caricatures, is a premiere.
Germany must find alternatives to the Incirlik Air Base and pull its soldiers and weapons from Turkey, German MP Rainer Arnold told the Spiegel magazine. Ankara has been blocking official visits from Berlin to the base.
A new exhibition in Berlin gives visitors the chance to discover how past visions of the future were shown on film. Inspired, DW film critic Jochen Kürten presents his five favorite visions of the future.
Combining culture and nature, the Berlin Wall Trail follows the path of the former division of the city that was built on August 13, 1961. It’s a great way to explore Berlin and discover the last remains of the Cold War.
Al-Naggar wrote a letter in prison demanding that neither the Egyptian authorities nor his family be contacted in the case of an emergency or his death
Police have confirmed that a patient shot a doctor at a clinic in Berlin before killing himself
A US artist has proposed installing a public monument to the African drug dealers who “provide a valuable service” in Berlin’s parks. The idea has met with vicious online vitriol, which the artist says proves his point.
Berlin might seem like a concrete jungle, but the metropolis has more biodiversity than you’d expect. What is it about Berlin that attracts wild foxes, raccoons, boars and the largest number of birds in all of Germany?
British writer Sharon Dodua Otoo just won the prestigious Bachmann Prize for a story she’d “accidentally” written in German. DW spoke with her about Brexit, xenophobia and life as a Black person in Berlin.
German companies look eager to help Greek islands cover their energy needs with the help of renewables. And Berlin could help with the financing of such projects, the German economy minister has said in Athens.
A Berlin art group planned to fly 100 refugees in from Turkey to protest entry restrictions for asylum-seekers.
We are unlikely to see a fundamental weakening of European security should UK voters choose to leave the European Union, argues Thorsten Benner, director of the Global Public Policy Institute in Berlin.
The Ministry of Tourism’s attempt to attract foreigners to visit Egypt came under fire amid a controversy surrounding the video used to encourage tourism displayed at the International Tourismus-Börse (ITB) Berlin, one of the world’s largest tourism conventions, held between 8 and 12 March. Conference attendees and social media users criticised the video for showcasing …
Not just Africa’s top tourist destinations are trying to attract more visitors. Strife-torn nations like South Sudan and Mali are also aiming to boost tourism arrivals by participating in the Berlin ITB tourism fair.
Germany and Egypt want to exceed the € 4.4bn achieved in trade volume in 2015
There are versatile connections between the two capitals. After the November 13 attacks, Marcel Fuerstenau experienced how valuable and moving they can be at a personal level.