• Opinion: The exhausted Weimar Triangle
    The Weimar Triangle, founded 25 years ago, is ailing. Gone are the days of political euphoria. The alliance between Warsaw, Berlin and Paris has lost influence, but it is still important, writes DW's Adelheid Feilcke.
  • Turkey permits Muslim police women to wear headscarf
    Under new regulations, Turkish police women will be permitted to wear Islamic headscarves while on duty, provided that they match the uniform. Scotland and Canada also introduced the change in rules earlier this month.
  • Right-wing activists scale Berlin's Brandenburg Gate
    Several right-wing activists have occupied Berlin's famous Brandenburg Gate. The group, "Identity Movement," is notoriously known for its radical opposition to foreign and Islamic influence in Germany.