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April 24, 2015

Photo Gallery: Europe's Refugee Catastrophe

In recent years, attempts to solve the continent's refugee crisis have met with failure, and the body counts only continue to mount. more...

April 22, 2015

Photo Gallery: Ramstein's Role in the US Drone War

The US Air Force base in Ramstein is a central and indispensible element in Barack Obama's controversial and deadly use of drones in the war on terror. New documents are creating pressure for both Washington and the German government. more...

April 21, 2015

Photo Gallery: Armenians in Turkey Rediscover Their Roots

Officially, discussion of the Armenian genocide is taboo in Turkey, even 100 years after the crimes. But the issue is becoming harder for the country to suppress and many Turks are rediscovering their long-lost Armenian identities. more...

April 18, 2015

Photo Gallery: Saving the World through Ethical Consumerism

Many consumers are intimidated by calls to buy smartly and sustainably. Now a handful of activists and big companies are trying to make ethical purchasing go mainstream -- but they'll have to change the way we think. more...

Photo Gallery: The Foundation of Islamic State Power

An Iraqi officer planned Islamic State's takeover in Syria. SPIEGEL has been given exclusive access to his papers. They portray the image of an organization that, while seemingly fanatic, is actually cooly calculating. more...

April 16, 2015

Photo Gallery: An Innocent on Death Row

Debbie Milke, born in Berlin, was placed in solitary confinement Arizona for 22 years after being falsely convicted in the murder of her son. Now that she has been acquitted, Milke discusses her experience in prison and a life destroyed by a miscarriage of justice. more...

April 13, 2015

Photo Gallery: Remembering Günter Grass

German author Günter Grass has died at the age of 87. He gained global fame with his novel "The Tin Drum" and was the recipient of the 1999 Nobel Prize for Literature. more...

April 11, 2015

Photo Gallery: Violence against Asylum Seekers

The recent arson attack against a refugee hostel in Tröglitz has made headlines around the world. But it is far from the exception in Germany. Even as most asylum seekers in the country are left in peace, there has been a disturbing rise in anti-refugee violence. more...

April 10, 2015

Photo Gallery: A Lonely Victory

On May 9, Moscow is holding an enormous military parade ever to commemorate the end of World War II 70 years ago. With divisions between Russia and the West greater than ever, most European Union leaders are staying away from the event. more...

Photo Gallery: Two Against 18,000

Last year, Berlin passed a new law banning unregistered vacation rentals in the city because of a shortage of residential housing. A sharp increase in tourism and the popularity of renting private apartments is exacerbating a serious problem. more...