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Child sex abuse in Germany: Uptick in cases, or more online policing?
In one of the largest child sex abuse investigations in recent years, some 30,000 potential suspects could be tied to a case in western Germany. Here are some of the key questions and answers.
Donald Trump approves plan to pull 9,500 troops from Germany
The US president has signed off on a plan that would have 9,500 US troops leave Germany. Some 34,500 US soldiers are currently stationed in the country.
Germany: Coronavirus exposes meat workers' plight
The treatment of workers at Tönnies, Germany's leading pork producer, has been criticized for years. But it's only now, amid the pandemic, that change seems likely. Miodrag Soric reports.
Greens call for 'race' to be removed from German constitution
As tens of thousands in Germany flock to anti-racism protests, two prominent Green politicians have called for the term "race" to be removed from German discrimination law. "We need to unlearn racism," they said.
Germany's Merkel to discuss COVID-19 with China's Li in video call
With the COVID-19 crisis wreaking economic havoc, Germany is eager to reboot trade with China. But German politicians and rights groups cautioned that boosting economic ties cannot come at the expense of human rights.
Nigeria records 717 rape cases in five months - IG, Woman Delivered Of Twins Dies Of COVID-19 In Imo and more
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Ethiopia's water man brings water home
After living in Germany for 16 years, Fekadu Aleka decided to go back home to improve living conditions there. His latest project is providing public institutions and private households with access to clean water.
Why wasn't Germany changed by a shocking racist murder?
Alberto Adriano, an African man living in Germany, was beaten to death in a park by neo-Nazis. Two decades later, people often ask whether racism acutally exists in Germany, even as racial discrimination is on the rise.
Germany extends travel warnings for 160 countries
Warnings urging against "non-essential travel" to dozens of non-EU countries have been extended until August 31. Within Europe, Germany will lift its border controls on June 15, allowing travelers once again to enter.
Opinion: Punishment for disobedient Germany
The old West Germany had "a latent incompatibility between its national aims and its Atlantic ties," former US top diplomat Henry Kissinger once said. Donald Trump seems to miss those times, says DW's Miodrag Soric.
Racism in Germany 'an issue for society as a whole'
DW spoke to Dr. Karamba Diaby, Germany's first African-born black MP, about the global anti-racism protests and related developments in Germany. "Unfortunately, much needs to be done," the parliamentarian tells DW.
German industrial output plunges in record slump
Germany's industrial month-on-month output slumped 17.9% in April. And, year-on-year it fell 25.3%, the heaviest since 1991, say federal statisticians. That is worse than previously forecast by analysts.