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Berlin’s cricket scene has grown over recent years as more and more people from cricketing nations have made the city their home.
Englishman Michael Gromm fought furiously to save a small Sorb village in Brandenburg from a coal mine – but failed.
Ahead of a crucial school year, where kids will have to make up for missed lessons during corona, 700 teachers have thrown in the towel. Why?
Rainer Sodaikat of the Neukölln Parks Department on the damage left behind after huge weekend parties in Hasenheide.
The reconstructed fort near Vetschau in Brandenburg offers a unique view of the ancient Slavic history of the region.
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A train derailed between Szczecin and Tantow, causing interruptions on the line.
The Silicon Valley giant is mapping places unreachable by car - bringing up new privacy issues.
Moving abroad is hard enough even if there isn't a global pandemic on. For our writer, solitude has become the norm nearly a year after she moved to Berlin.
FU researcher André Fiebig on how individuals and the city can do more to mitigate health impacts.
The German pop icon told her fans she was "fed up" at her concert on Sunday.
At least six vehicles were damaged in suspected arson attacks. The police say they have a lead in one case.
Heavy rain, heat waves, water shortages, new infectious diseases. The consequences of global warming could be dire for Berliners.
Violent thunderstorms swept across the city, keeping emergency services busy.
An alliance of several organisations demonstrated in front of Neukölln city hall on Sunday.
Berlin-based Australian director Rebecca Scott on working in an English-language theatre collective during the pandemic.
Fort Hahneberg has stood hidden on the western edge of Berlin since 1888. In 2008, it served as a set for Quentin Tarantino's WWII film starring Brad Pitt.
The UK was a trailblazer in vaccinating its population but Boris Johnson’s Freedom Day makes Germany’s messy Covid response seem rather sane.
Our reporter spoke with immigrants from Gambia and Senegal about shattered dreams, politics and corona.
Conceptual artist Philip Kojo Metz on Germany's remembrance of its violent colonial history and how to criticise the Humboldt Forum from within.
Despite criticism, rightwing extremist clothing and Wehrmacht toys an still be found at the e-commerce giant.
A video put out by the IOC draws from one of Nazi Germany's most famous propaganda films.
Meteorologists predict hot, dry weather over the next few days.
Each week we ask an immigrant: what are your Berlin faves? This week: American artist Carl Smith.
Berlin activists hope to demolish the rebuilt Prussian palace on Museumsinsel by 2050 and rebuild the former East German parliament building in its place.
Our columnist had been trying to help save the environment by commuting by bike – but an outraged driver had other plans.
In this week's episode: Is the city creating the right infrastructure to keep cyclists safe?
Israeli Osnat Michaeli is co-founder and chief brand officer at Infarm, a Berlin start-up that installs grow houses directly at grocery stores and restaurants.
Tilla is exploring her enclosure on her own two feet for the first time.
The sewage system has a hard time coping with heavy rain. Overflow can cause problems for humans and fish.
Berlin artists have donated works for the ambitious project founded 10 years ago in Burkina Faso by the deceased theatre director.
The low pressure system wreaking havoc in western Germany is heading east.
One of Germany’s most respected mathematicians has discovered a systemic bias in pandemic forecasts.
Arena in Treptow was a cornerstone of Berlin nightlife before it became a vaccination centre. Why not both?
Prices for existing flats rose 5 per cent from the first to second quarter, with more to come through the rest of the year.
Voters in September's super-election will have six votes for federal and local representatives as well as one citizen-sponsored referendum.
Each week we ask an immigrant: what are your five Berlin faves? This week: Estonian painter Kennet Lekko.
Bavaria and Berlin are the Silicon Valleys of Germany, and continue to lure the big money.
The city's population is growing, but the number of eligible voters is falling.
Federal regulators shot down plans for a pilot project in 2016. Politicians are reportedly giving legalisation another try.
Five Berlin police officers allegedly shared swastikas and racist messages in a WhatsApp group. A criminal investigation is underway.
Fixpunkt offers health care and counselling for African refugees in Görlitzer Park. A social worker and a cultural mediator explain how they work.