Demonstrators in Germany protesting coronavirus restrictions have compared themselves to resistance fighter Sophie Scholl and diarist Anne Frank, both killed by the Nazis.
Police said they used water cannons on the protesters because they refused to wear masks and socially distance.
Germany's houses of parliament are debating and then voting on providing a legal basis for the current lockdown measures aimed at tacling COVID-19, but some demonstrators are continuing to insist the measures are unconstitutional.
The large operation— which resulted in traffic restrictions across Berlin on Tuesday — comes a year after the November 25 theft of priceless 18th-century jewels from Dresden's Gruenes Geweolbe, or Green Vault Museum.
The 'intelligent' curtain design was invented by two students in Berlin and could save you money on heating bills.
The clubbing sector has been devastated by the coronavirus outbreak - but now clubs in Germany are in line for a tax break after a court recognised techno as music.
The German foreign minister called for a reversal of deteriorating relations with its strongest ally after four years of the Trump administration.
The opening was initially scheduled for October 2011 but was then pushed back to October 2013, spring 2014, 2017, and the second half of 2018. It has finally opened its doors.
Germany will begin a "lockdown light" on November 2 in an attempt to curb a rising number of COVID-19 infections.
What happens when a famous tenor and a master of the harp get together? The result is a very special programme: Rolando Villazón and Xavier de Maistre present the 'Serenata Latina' – “Across Latin America”.
Latin American melodies intimate – in this edition of Musica on euronews and
COVID-19 cases are causing concern that football may be put on hold again as Germany appears to be dealing with a second wave of the virus.