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Germany's coronavirus travel restrictions: What you need to know
1 day ago
Germany has imposed border controls to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic. But how do they affect travelers en route to Germany? DW explains who is allowed to enter the country — and who isn't.
Funke Akindele, husband charged, sentenced, Gbajabiamila warns Chinese doctors must not near patients
3 days ago
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Tuesday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Tuesday.
Coronavirus latest: More than 100,000 cases in Germany
3 days ago
Germany now has more than 100,000 coronavirus infections, according to Johns Hopkins University's figures. UK PM Boris Johnson has been hospitalized, 10 days after testing positive for COVID-19. Follow DW for more.
Coronavirus latest: New York sees worst 24 hours yet
3 days ago
The US city's mayor has urged every available medical worker to join the battle to save lives after 630 new fatalities. Despite its lower death toll, Germany has 4,000 people in intensive care. Follow DW for the latest.
Coronavirus latest: Nearly a million cases worldwide as Russia records record rise
Russia has seen its biggest leap in cases and Spain has also registered a massive increase in unemployment. Meanwhile, Germany and Italy have extended their lockdowns. Follow DW for the latest.
Coronavirus in Germany: Adidas, H&M to stop paying rent over outbreak closures
Big retailers in Germany say they plan to stop paying rent for stores that were told to close in order to slow the pandemic. Adidas is leading the charge, along with shoe chain Deichmann and Swedish clothing giant H&M.
Will Germans trade privacy for coronavirus protection?
Asian countries have used digital tracking to fight the new coronavirus, while Europe has put its faith in social distancing. Germany's government is debating how much privacy should and can be protected amid a pandemic.
Germany's small businesses get creative amid coronavirus crisis
Much of Germany's economic life has ground to a halt. Now, many small and medium-sized companies are developing creative new ways to generate revenue.
Coronavirus: Germany counts costs of economic shutdown
Trying to contain the coronavirus could prove costly. A new study warns of a hit of between 7.2 and 20.6% of GDP. As restaurants and other services shut down on Monday, the government announced an emergency budget.
Germany mulls mass testing for coronavirus immunity: report
Scientists in Germany are preparing to carry out a test to find out who has already developed antibodies to fight off the novel coronavirus. The results could help life in Germany to get back to normal.
Germany: More than 1,600 crimes 'targeted refugees and asylum-seekers'
Authorities have admitted that large numbers of refugees continue to be attacked in and outside of shelters — many by right-wing extremists. One politician said the newcomers can "expect to be attacked at any time."
Germany: IS sympathizer jailed 10 years over poisoning plan
Planning a ricin attack in Germany has ended in 10 years of jail time for an IS adherent. The Dusseldorf court heard that the Tunisian and his wife had stashed toxins and bomb components in their Cologne apartment.