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Sudan: Germany calls for restraint from 'all sides' after coup
Germany is supporting the Sudanese in the hope of free elections and has put the crisis on the UN Security Council's agenda. Berlin insists that ousted President Omar al-Bashir face trial for war crimes in The Hague.
Germany brings home 'Islamic State' children from Iraq
Germany has started repatriating the children of jailed "Islamic State" fighters from conflict zones the Middle East. European countries are grappling with how to handle returning foreign fighters and their families.
UN Security Council: Germany, France share presidency
Germany is currently serving as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council. From the beginning of April, it officially takes over the chair — as part of a "dual presidency" with France.
Passengers shocked after Germany-bound plane lands in Edinburgh
Wrong way! Passengers shocked after Germany-bound plane lands in Edinburgh.
German spy agency accepts AfD 'examination case' verdict
Germany's domestic intelligence agency says it will not contest a court ruling banning it from calling the populist AfD an "examination case." Judges had said calling the party a potential threat was "disproportionate."
10 years after Winnenden: Germany remembers deadly school shooting
On March 11, 2009, a young man killed 15 people at a school in Winnenden, Germany. Those affected by the tragedy are mourning the day one decade later and still hope positive change can come from it.
Revoking citizenship: How it works across the EU
More IS fighters are now trying to return to their countries of origin. Germany is one of the countries seeking ways to cancel passports. DW looks at how EU countries can strip nationality.
What does it mean to be declared persona non grata?
Daniel Kriener, Germany's ambassador to Venezuela, has been declared persona non grata and given 48 hours to leave the South American country. What does that mean? DW explains.
Man ‘cured’ of HIV
An HIV-positive man has been ‘cleared’ of the AIDS virus in London. According to doctors, the unnamed person received a bone marrow transplant from an HIV resistant donor and antiretroviral drugs about 19 months ago.
Germany's 'money for nothing' experiment raises basic income questions
A labor experiment in Germany will see 250 people receive welfare payments with no questions asked for three years. Could it be the first step on the road to a universal basic income?
German doctors admit to mistakes in study critical of air pollutant limits
Only 112 out of 3,800 lung doctors asked to sign a controversial study calling on Germany to rethink its air pollutant limits did so. Now, even they've admitted that they messed up some of the calculations.
Germany minimum wage remains one of lowest in region: report
At €9.19, the minimum wage in Germany remains among the lowest in western Europe, according to a report. Despite an increase earlier this year, the wage floor continues to sit far below median income levels.