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Animals at Berlin zoo snack on Christmas trees
Animals living at Zoo Tiergarten in Berlin enjoyed a belated Christmas dinner on Wednesday when they were treated to unsold Christmas trees.
Germany remembers victims of 2016 Christmas market attack in Berlin
"The state has not been able to keep its promise of protection, security, and freedom," said Germany's president as the country commemorated the fifth anniversary of the 2016 Christmas market attack in Berlin.
Kumpel & Keule’s Martin Temlitz shares his Berlin-style liver recipe
The dish originally had a long name, but thanks to popular rule, it's been shortened and claimed by Berlin.
Chef Ann-Sophie Raemisch shares her Pepper / Zucchini / Polenta recipe
Polenta - some love it, some hate it. Thing is, the chef says, most people cook it incorrectly.
Bosnian film 'Quo Vadis, Aida?' wins top prize at European Film Awards
The 34th European Film Awards were held in Berlin on Saturday. Bosnian film "Quo Vadis, Aida?" was the ceremony's big winner taking home the best film and best director awards.
European Film Awards: Finalists showcase the diversity of Europe
Last year's European Film Awards also took place as a virtual event, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
German family deaths linked to fake COVID certificate, says prosecutor
The man suspected of killing his family and himself left a note indicating that he was afraid of being arrested after obtaining the fake certificate, investigators say.
Santas deliver early Christmas cheer in Berlin
A group of Santa Clauses gathered in Berlin's Tierpark (animal park) on Sunday to kick off the Christmas holiday season
Berlin: 6000 green lights in solidarity with migrants in Belarus
A collective of NGOs placed 6,000 green lights in front of the Bundestag to demand the reception of migrants blocked at the border between Poland and Belarus.
Berlin Christmas market opens while COVID forces others to stay closed
A Christmas market in Berlin opened on Monday, one of a few that will do so as the country faces the fourth wave of COVID-19.
Embassy worker in Berlin died in 'tragic accident', says Russia
Der Spiegel has reported that the man was a 35-year-old Russian diplomat who fell from the embassy building in Berlin.
German judiciary worker accused of leaking information to conspiracist
A former employee at Berlin's public prosecutor's office allegedly told Attila Hildmann that an arrest warrant had been issued for him, allowing the conspiracist to flee the country.
Berlin police apologise for Holocaust memorial press-up images
The images were reportedly taken in May as police were dispersed across the German capital.
First aider dies of injuries five years after Christmas market attack
An organisation representing relatives of the victims has called for the man's name to be added to a memorial to the attack.
Is the Gorillas food delivery app the future for Europe's gig economy?
Berlin's food delivery app rejected the idea of hiring gig workers. Did it work?
Berlin highlights art from female sculptor banned under Nazi Germany
Louise Stomps' woodwork went beneath the radar in Berlin for decades. Now, the Verborgne Museum are displaying her little known works to reimagine her influence in a different time.
Franziska Giffey set to become Berlin's first female mayor
One of the biggest issues on Giffey's agenda is housing after a majority of Berliners voted to expropriate corporate owners from about 240,000 flats.
Berliners back seizing housing from so-called mega landlords
In a referendum on Sunday timed to coincide with Germany's general election on Sunday, locals supported expropriation by 56% to 39%.
Berliners want a new landlord. Is a community land trust the answer?
In a city where 80 per cent of its inhabitants rent, how land and property are owned and allocated is an ongoing battle.
Greta Thunberg joins tens of thousands of climate protesters in Berlin
The Berlin protest was part a worldwide climate strike that included around 1,400 events in 80 countries organised by the Fridays for Future movement.
Berlin mulls one of Europe’s most radical ripostes to gentrification
It's not just Germany's new parliament that's being decided on Sunday. In Berlin, locals will vote in a referendum on whether to expropriate so-called "mega-landlords".
Festival of Lights: See Berlin's famous landmarks in a new light
The 17th annual Berlin Festival of Lights returned to the German capital earlier this month, transforming the city into a glowing stage.
German elections 2021: Armin Laschet tries to regain public trust
Armin Laschet is Germany's CDU/CSU candidate for chancellor. He has seen his popularity drop in recent months due to several scandals and a string of public gaffes. Find out more about this former journalist and current leader of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU).
Berlin's leather lovers listen to classical music in a church
The "Classic meets fetish" evening regularly brings together about a hundred members of the gay community, all dressed in leather, to listen to classical music.
Berlin's 17th festival of lights highlights environmental challenges
The festival has transformed the city's landmarks — the Brandenburg Gate, the TV Tower and the Cathedral — with very inventive illuminations.
Berlin celebrates the Festival of Lights
One of the largest open air art galleries in the world returned on Friday as the German capital of Berlin hosted its annual Festival of Lights display for the 17th time