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Sources from Angela Merkel's government have said Germany will additional migrants from the Greek island of Lesbos. Over 12,000 people have been left homeless by fires at the refugee camp Moria.
Moria refugee camp tragedy rekindles political controversy in Germany
With thousands now displaced from Greece's largest migrant camp, several German states are again offering to take in many of the refugees. They face one big problem: getting permission from Merkel's government.
Refugees in Germany: Lama Suleiman feels more German than Syrian
When in 2015 ever more refugees came to Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel promised them "We can do this!" Eight-year-old Lama Suleiman was among them and has made the country a home from home.
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.
Refugees in Germany: The Jafaars, Angela Merkel and fleeing Syria
Five years ago, as more and more refugees were coming to Germany, Chancellor Merkel promised "We can do it!" For the Jaafar family, this claim has become a mission.
Germany imposes tougher measures to curb coronavirus
Chancellor Angela Merkel and Germany's 16 regional leaders have agreed to limit private and public gatherings and impose a national fine for mask shirkers, as the country grapples with an increase in infections.
Germany 'optimistic' about having coronavirus vaccine soon
Germany's health minister has said he is "optimistic" the country will have a vaccine "in the next months, and certainly in the next year." However, he warned the number of new infections among young people was rising.
'We are not afraid': Young partygoers defy coronavirus rules for Berlin nightlife
The rise of coronavirus infections in Germany is said to be partly driven by people celebrating too much and not following social distancing rules. What’s it like in Berlin? DW’s Thomas Sparrow went to find out.