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Politics
If you live in Germany it's important to understand the basics of its political system. We explain ten fundamental aspects of how the country's democracy works
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Politics
As Germany gets a new President-elect, we've put together a guide on the new man and his new job.
International
A report by the German Alliance for Child Soldiers and other non-profits on Thursday shows that child soldiers in multiple countries often end up using German-made arms.
Society
National
As Germany gets ready to implement a new medical marijuana law, the government apparently needs some drug experts to help with its distribution system.
International
A video by a German talk show comedian hopes to introduce the new American President to Deutschland, hoping he'll make his motto 'America first, Germany second'.
Analysis & Opinion
Germany's efforts to punish social media companies when "fake news" is shared on their platforms will hurt tech start-ups, argue tech analysts Nick Wallace and Alan McQuinn.
Health
How clean is your street?
Business & Money
Business & Money
National
Features
If you've been around Germany, or at least the German internet long enough, you may have come across the strange and satirical "Bielefeld Conspiracy", which basically claims that the western city does not exist.
National
This extremist movement has turned increasingly violent in recent months, worrying German officials. Here's what you should know.
Culture
Germans are putting all their hope into comedy Toni Erdmann, which was nominated for an Oscar on Tuesday. But can the country pull in another golden statue a decade after "The Lives of Others"?
International
Germany has some "alternative facts" of its own
Features
There's more that meets the eye about Berlin's eclectic subway station designs.
Despite quotas, Germany's boardrooms still 'male-dominated'
National
The boardrooms of Germany's top companies remain male-dominated despite a so-called "women's quota" imposed last year, a new report finds.
National
'Traitor of the people' is Germany's worst word of 2016: Here's why
National
Journalists have condemned a report by Breitbart news that claimed a mob of 1,000 men had attacked police and set fire to a church, calling the article a distortion of facts.
National
From more expensive public transit to more money for parents, here's how 2017 has already changed things up in Germany.
National
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