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April 23, 2018

Photo Gallery: Missing in Action

In recent months, Germany has been largely absent on the world stage as Chancellor Angela Merkel struggled for months to build a government. In the meantime, French President Emmanuel Macron has filled the void, turning him into Donald Trump's go-to man in Europe. more...

April 19, 2018

Photo Gallery: Germany's Changing Face and Myriad Problems

Many Germans no longer feel at home in their own country. They fear immigration is changing the republic for good. One in five people living here has immigrant roots and that figure continues to rise. Is Germany experiencing an identity crisis? more...


April 16, 2018

Photo Gallery: The People Shaping Macron's France

Nearly one year ago, Emmanuel Macron became the president of France. Since then, members of his En Marche movement have begun reimagining the world of French politics while governing the country at the same time. Can it work? more...

April 13, 2018

Photo Gallery: Who Can Afford It?

Housing shortages have become a serious issue in many parts of Germany, where the country's biggest cities have a shortfall around 2 million affordable apartments. A new study shows that the problem is hitting people with low incomes hard. more...


April 09, 2018

Photo Gallery: Orbán Wins Big in Budapest

With their strong election victory on Sunday, Hungary's Viktor Orbán and his Fidesz party exceeded all expectations. What will the party's third win mean for Europe? more...

April 07, 2018

Photo Gallery: Looking for the Truth in the Skripal Case

In its rush to assign guilt to Moscow for the nerve agent attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter, the British government now finds itself on the defensive. Some German politicians have their doubts. more...


April 04, 2018

Photo Gallery: Catalonian Independence Struggle Comes to Germany

The arrest of erstwhile Catalonian leader Carles Puigdemont in Germany has put Chancellor Angela Merkel's new government in a tight spot. Berlin has the option of blocking extradition, but any move it makes could backfire. more...

April 03, 2018

Photo Gallery: Death Casts Unwanted Light on Berlin Club

During an around-the-world trip last summer, a couple from California visited Berlin's legendary Berghain techno club. A few hours later, one of them was dead. Even today, no one seems willing to accept responsibility for the tragedy. more...


March 28, 2018

Photo Gallery: Israel's Children of the Deceased

A landmark ruling in Israel has allowed babies to be conceived from frozen embryos or sperm collected from the now deceased. But as the number of these children grows, it is raising thorny questions. Is it ethical to conceive a child who will be half-orphaned at birth? more...

March 16, 2018

Photo Gallery: An Attack on England?

The poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter earlier this month has significantly worsened an already bad crisis between Moscow and the West. The crime marks the first chemical weapons attack on Western Europe since the end of World War II. more...