Clouds gather over Nord Stream 2 in Germany after Navalny poisoning
Chancellor Merkel believes it's "wrong to rule anything out" when it comes to Berlin's reaction to the Navalny poisoning. This could spell trouble for Nord Stream 2, the massive gas pipeline linking Russia and Germany.
Thousands turn out in Berlin to protest coronavirus measures
Berlin authorities estimate that some 30,000 people attended the latest coronavirus skeptic demo. While most of the day was peaceful, hundreds of people attempted to storm the Reichstag parliament building.
UGC: 'Anti-corona' protesters attempt to storm Germany's Reichstag
Protesters attempt to storm Germany's Reichstag parliament building as police try to push them back. Some 38,000 people, double the number expected, had gathered in Berlin on Saturday to protest restrictions imposed to curb the spread of the coronavirus, and later in the day several hundred protesters broke through barriers and a police cordon to climb the steps leading to the entrance to the Reichstag.
Risky raves in Berlin
In Berlin, coronavirus restrictions still have not been lifted on a pastime the city is famous for its nightclub culture. With indoor venues off-limits, partiers are going underground, or rather outside. Club owners are pushing for a legal alternative. A note to our viewers: This report contains flashing images.
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Germany urges continued US dialogue after troop pullout
Berlin must maintain "trustful dialogue" with the US after its announced troop withdrawal, a senior defense official tells DW. He also urged Washington to clarify its strategy behind redeploying soldiers around Europe.
Berliners come to the rescue of their drought-stricken trees
Volunteers from Berlin are helping the city's drought-stricken trees by arranging to water them regularly. Lukas Jülich and Sebastian Haße roam the German capital's streets armed with watering cans to take care of the trees, which since 2018 have been under threat from a lack of rainfall.
Germany and hydrogen — €9 billion to spend as strategy is revealed
As part of its stimulus package, Berlin wants to expand the role of green hydrogen to help end its reliance on coal. The German government has agreed on a plan on how to spend the €9 billion earmarked for the project.
Anti-racism protests spread to Berlin and London
Outcry over the killing of George Floyd has gone international, with people taking to the streets Berlin and London to show solidarity with US protesters. In Germany, soccer stars wore t-shirts and knelt in support.