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27 Jan
If you believe Russian state media, then Germans back President Putin and mock Chancellor Scholz. But where do these stories claim to get their information from?
25 Dec
Would you rather buy a plastic tree or use a real one, even if it died after the festivities?
11 Dec
What do Germans think of their government? What do they make of citizenship reform? Do they support doing business with Qatar? Who will win the Football World Cup? The regular ARD Deutschlandtrend survey has the answers.
16 Oct
Moving from Israel to Germany, DW's Dana Regev was surprised to learn just how seriously Germans take their privacy. Here's how she survived.
26 Sep
In Germany, gas prices are going through the roof, and consumers are getting very worried. Policymakers have different ideas on the right response.
9 Sep
Since the beginning of the war, German and Ukrainian art historians have been meeting online to discuss the protection of cultural assets, as well as personal fates.
3 Sep
People in Germany are beginning to feel the pinch, in the face of skyrocketing electricity, fuel, and food prices. As inflation rises, concern is mounting — and so is dissatisfaction with the government.
26 Aug
Germany's Scholz testifies at fraud inquiry: DW's Melinda Crane
22 Aug
Faced with a drastic reduction in gas delivery by the Russian energy giant Gazprom, Germans are being asked to cut energy consumption to save gas for the winter.
17 Jul 2022
Christian Karagiannidis is a member of Germany's COVID-19 expert council. He explains which comorbidities increase the risk of a patient falling seriously ill.
11 Jul 2022
Russia is supplying less and less gas to Germany. Now the Nord Stream pipeline is being shut for maintenance, and no one knows for sure if it will come back online. The Kremlin is using gas to exert leverage on Germany.
29 Jun 2022
The war in Ukraine and inflation have Germans concerned about their standard of living. Those who have the least are likely to suffer the most.

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