"United against racism", Germans stage mass protest against far right
An estimated 242,000 people took part in the rally - one of Germany's biggest in recent years.
Report details widespread sexual abuse by German priests
A report commissioned by the Catholic Church has found that more than 1500 priests sexually abused thousands of mostly male children and teens in Germany over 70 years. DW visited a church in western Germany to talk with a priest and his parishioners.
US, UK, others won't help Nigeria stop looting of public funds - Falana
Renowned legal luminary and activist, Femi Falana, has said Western nations comprising US, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Germany among others would not help Nigeria in her prolonged fight against looting of public funds and their transfer to the Western countries by looters.
Looking into the causes of Saxony’s xenophobia
The migration debate has exposed a deep rift between Germany's east and west. One reason given is that citizens of the eastern German state of Saxony have not undergone the societal changes that have swept across the western world.
German police clear Hambach Forest
In western Germany, protesters have vowed to protect a forest that's due to be chopped down to make way for a coal mine. Police moved in to clear the forest ahead of the cutting next month, but activists have announced "massive civil disobedience."
"Wunderbar Together": A year of German-American Friendship
"Wunderbar Together" is the motto of an initiative launched by the German Foreign Office that will usher in a year of German-American Friendship. The project will include exhibitions and events that will tour otherwise neglected small US towns.
Germany to return human remains from Namibian genocide
Germany is to hand over the remains of Namibians killed during the genocide that took place during colonial rule. Tens of thousands of Herero and Nama people were massacred between 1904 and 1908 after rebelling against colonial rule.
The day with Brent Goff
Should Germany restore conscription, suspended in 2011? Brent Goff put that question to CDU parliamentarian, Patrick Sensburg, on the Day. @PatrickSensburg @brentgofftv #TheDay @dwnews
German state mulls headscarf ban for girls under 14
Burqas or face veils are banned in some European countries, but so far, not in Germany. Now one state is considering banning the headscarf for girls under 14. As DW's Yalda Zarbakhch found out in one school, it would be a highly controversial move.
Discus thrower Claudine Vita, Germany's hope at the Euros
Germany's hopes in the European Athletics Championships rest on an athlete who had to overcome many obstacles to represent her country. Discus thrower Claudine Vita was born shortly after her parents arrived in Germany from Angola and sought asylum.