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Igbo leaders condemn IPOB attack on Ekweremadu
1 day ago
Igbo leaders have condemned the attack on the former deputy senate president, Ike Ekweremadu in Germany.
Visiting a Berlin elementary school where German isn't always spoken
3 days ago
Kids in Germany are trickling back to school as a debate heats up about holding back those with poor German. DW's Kate Brady visited a Berlin classroom to see the struggles and successes of German-language learners.
Merkel successor denies urging ex-spy chief's ejection
4 days ago
The head of Germany's ruling Christian Democrats insists she has not called for ex-domestic intel boss Hans-Georg Maassen's exclusion from the party. The ex-spy chief has been accused of sympathizing with the far-right.
Suspected IPOB supporters attack Ekweremadu in Germany
Some members of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB), on Saturday, attacked Ike Ekweremadu, former deputy senate president, in Nuremberg, Germany.
Serbia, Kosovo urged to ease tensions by NATO countries
Germany, France, Italy, Britain and the United States are seeking compromise over tensions between Serbia and Kosovo. Both are seeking EU accession.
Food delivery service Deliveroo pulls out of Germany
Those in Germany looking forward to a night-in with pizza or a burger will have to act fast if they want to place their order through Deliveroo. The British bike delivery service said it is leaving the German market.
DW reporters from Africa, Asia offer Germans tips for heat
Germany is just coming out of an intense heat wave, with temperatures climbing past 40 degrees Celsius in some places. What advice do DW journalists from China, Cameroon and India have for coping with such heat?
Homelessness on the rise in Germany: study
The current system makes it almost impossible to escape the "rigid poverty" endemic in Germany, a new report warns. It also called on the German government to build over 150,000 new properties a year, to avert a crisis.
Tuberculosis outbreak at German school infects over 100
An unusually high number of students and teachers at a school in southwestern Germany have been infected with tuberculosis. Health officials are scouring the school for clues about why the disease spread.
Africa's Green parties bet on international help
In Germany and large parts of Europe, green parties are compounding their electoral successes. Environmental parties in Africa still have a long way to go, but the climate crisis could quicken their ascent.
German government backs compulsory measles jab for schools, kindergartens
Children in Germany will have to prove they've had a measles vaccination before they can attend kindergarten or go to school, under a new draft law. Parents who object to immunizing their kids face hefty fines.
Afghan peace talks: Renewed bid to kick-start progress
Rival Afghan factions are set to meet in Doha on Sunday in an attempt to make headway in the country's long-stalled political deadlock. Qatar and Germany are brokering the talks, but expectations are low.