Berlin Peace Summit Can Diplomacy Stop the War in Libya?

In the conflict over Libya, a North African country of considerable strategic importance for Europe, three countries have been setting the agenda betting on a military solution: Russia, the United Arab Emirates and Turkey. Does diplomacy still have a chance? By Markus Becker, Christian Esch, Christiane Hoffmann, Frank Hornig, Matthias Gebauer, Mirco Keilberth, Steffen Lüdke, Peter Müller, Maximilian Popp, Mathieu von Rohr, Britta Sandberg, Christoph Schult und Severin Weiland

All Grown Up Germany's Greens Hit Adulthood

Once self-identified as the "anti-party party," Germany's Greens now have aspirations of moving into the Chancellery before long. At age 40, their story is one of astonishing success -- and change. By Julia Amalia Heyer und Ralf Neukirch

Global Societies

Colombia's Migrant Crisis Are Venezuelan Refugees Still Welcome?

Tens of thousands of Venezuelans are fleeing to Colombia each day because they might otherwise starve. But how long will their neighbors' goodwill last, considering they themselves are taking to the streets to protest poverty, violence and a reviled president? By Annette Langer in Cúcuta, Colombia

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Honest Broker How the Libya Summit in Berlin Took Shape

The path to this Sunday's peace conference on Libya in Berlin was anything but certain. First, officials in the German government had to convince all the parties in the conflict to attend. By Christian Esch, Matthias Gebauer, Christiane Hoffmann, Christoph Schult und Severin Weiland
17. Januar 2020, 18:11 Uhr

Last Will and Testament Can New Organ Donor Law Save Lives?

German lawmakers are considering making the country's organ donor program opt-out rather than opt-in. Their decision could save many lives, but it's deeply controversial. A transplant recipient and a father who had to choose whether to donate his son's organs share their views on the life and death legislation. By Cornelia Schmergal
15. Januar 2020, 18:22 Uhr

Journey to the Truth The Concentration Camp Victim Who Never Was

A supposed former prisoner at Stutthof concentration camp attracted attention around the world when he hugged a man accused of being a former guard during his criminal trial and offered his forgiveness. The story seemed too good to be true -- and it was. By Moritz Gerlach
14. Januar 2020, 11:28 Uhr

The U.S. Versus Iran A Dangerous New Era in the Middle East

By killing top Iranian general Qassem Soleimani, the U.S. has injected even more unpredictability into an already unstable region. Both sides have insisted they don't want war. But the conflict is likely to continue in the shadows. By Markus Becker, Konstantin von Hammerstein, Christiane Hoffmann, Peter Müller, René Pfister, Maximilian Popp, Tobias Rapp, Christoph Reuter, Alexandra Rojkov, Marcel Rosenbach, Raniah Salloum, Christoph Scheuermann, Fidelius Schmid, Christoph Schult und Wolf Wiedmann-Schmidt
10. Januar 2020, 17:46 Uhr