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Protests over climate change continue in Berlin
In Berlin, activists on Friday collected thousands of protest banners and posters, and placed them in key locations around the government district of the German capital
Lights go out around the world for Earth Hour
The global movement is held annually to encourage people to turn off their lights for 60 minutes as a symbol of their commitment to the planet.
Iranian film wins top prize at Berlin Film Festival
Mohammed Rasouof's Iranian drama 'There Is No Evil,' a powerful rebuke to the brutal and repressive regime in Tehran, has won the Golden Bear for best film at the 70th Berlin International Film Festival.
‘I decorated a vintage apartment with furniture from the street'
Nadine Ahya is dispelling the myth that social media influencers are showered with freebies.
Berlin starts controversial rent freeze on 1.5 million homes
The rent freeze is supposed to keep rents for apartments that were built before 2014 at the current level for the next five years.
One dead, four injured in shooting outside Berlin music venue
Unknown people opened fire around 22:50 CET on Friday outside the Tempodrom, a Berlin music venue, killing 1 and injuring 4, the police said.
German football fans allowed to set off smoke bomb before match
The fans will also be supervised by a pyrotechnics specialist and the fire service will be on hand with fire extinguishers.
Berlin Airport wants 20,000 volunteers for dress rehearsals
CEO Lütke Daldrup says "the trial operation is an internationally established standard that will help us to open BER as smoothly as possible".
Coffee, cork and car seats all the rage at Berlin Fashion Week
The sustainable fashion fair Neonyt has opened, and clothes are made with more than just recycled plastic.
Mother and daughters investigated over zoo fire that killed 30 animals
Among the dead was Europe's oldest gorilla, Massa.
Berlin swimmers take the plunge for Christmas
They took a dip in a lake near Berlin, but some said it was too warm.
Hannukah: Germany's Jews celebrate start of Festival of Lights
Berlin's Jewish community on Sunday celebrated the start of Hannukah, the Festival of Lights.
Berlin Christmas market, attacked in 2016, evacuated in false alert
The report of a "possibly suspicious object" leading to the evacuation of the market was a false alert, the Berlin police said.
French actress Juliette Binoche celebrated at European Film Awards
She has starred in the films such as Chocolat, Three Colors: Blue and The English Patient. Now Juliette Binoche has been recognised for her impressive back catalogue.
Santa Claus moves from North Pole to Berlin aquarium
Two people dressed as Santa Claus and an angel dove in an aquarium in Berlin, where they fed the marine animals.
Germany expels two Russian diplomats
Germany expelled two Russian diplomats from the embassy in Berlin over the murder of a former Chechen insurgent in August.
New Berlin airport will open — finally — on October 31, 2020
The operator of the city's airports announced the final revised opening date on Friday. Airlines will move from the existing airport in phases.
German farmers sow their discontent over agricultural policiies
Tractors lined up in front of Berlin's Brandenburg Gate as thousands of farmers held a protest in Germany
'Ich bin ein surfer': Berliners get first artificial wave factory
The surf was up for Berliners on Friday as the German capital's first artificial surfing wave opened for business.
Son of ex-German president stabbed to death giving lecture in Berlin
The son of Germany's former president Richard von Weizsäcker was stabbed to death while he was delivering a lecture at a clinic in Berlin.
Brexit prompts Tesla to choose Germany over UK for first Europe plant
Tesla CEO told Auto Express that "Brexit uncertainty" had influenced the company's decision to open its first European plant in Berlin.
30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, how unified is Germany?
The fall of the Berlin Wall on 9 November, 1990, triggered a process that would see East and West Germany reunified as one country a year later. But today only 38 per cent of Germans in the former East feel that reunification has been successful.
Watch: Former West German prisoner tells a Stasi love story
Hans Schulze was imprisoned by the East German secret police in 1986, accused of spying. He never imagined he would voluntarily return to the Stasi prison, where he now gives guided tours.
Watch: German pupils discover Berlin Wall by bike
School pupils from western Germany have been discovering the Berlin Wall on a cycling tour. Their route took them through areas where prior to 1989 they would have been shot on sight.
Lonely in Berlin: German capital mulls Commissioner for Loneliness
Half of all households in Berlin are made up of only one person.
Witty comedy 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' charms Berlin
"The Merry Wives of Windsor" at the Berlin State Opera is Otto Nicolai's comical-fantastical opera ( based originally on the Shakespeare's play) and tells the story of the bon vivant Falstaff with German bass René Pape makes his debut in the role. Daniel Barenboim conducts the lighthearted score.