Nineteen people have now been confirmed dead after a massive crush developed in the entrance tunnel to the main party at the Love Parade in Duisburg on Saturday, authorities said.
Spaniard Fernando Alonso led Ferrari team-mate Felipe Massa to a one-two victory in the German Grand Prix on Sunday, pushing German Sebastian Vettel to third despite his pole position start which had raised hope of a home win.
Education Minister Annette Schavan has defended the controversial policy of introducing lessons about Islam into German school classes, saying they aid integration.
The Love Parade will never be held again, organiser Rainer Schaller said on Sunday at a highly-emotional press conference.
Politicians of every stripe over the weekend called for secure homes to be established for child criminals who are too young to be formally convicted or sent to prison.
Love Parade founder DJ Dr Motte has accused organisers of being only concerned with making money, and not taking responsibility for the people attending the techno party in Duisburg where 19 people died on Saturday.