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The short-seller told the Bundestag's investigative committee why Wirecard's actions should have been easy to uncover - if only she'd been listened to.
Starting Saturday, trusted retailers will begin peddling corona self tests. Are they the solution to getting life back to some level of normalcy?
The German interior ministry wants access to identifying information on people using WhatsApp, Telegram and co.
US short seller Fahmi Quadir says an arrest in the US on an unrelated case may lead to more surprises for the disgraced German fintech, and German officials.
Social contacts expanded, retail can reopen as long as the incidence stays below 100, better vaccination strategy to be developed.
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The suspect allegedly threatened someone with a knife. She is in hospital without life-threatening injuries after a canine unit halted her attempt to flee.
By number of customer contacts, only a tiny portion of retail is actually closed in Berlin. Reason enough to open stores again, says Nils Busch-Petersen.
Every Monday, you'll find Berlin's English-language discussion podcast with Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson right here.
After its delisting last autumn, Rocket Internet is planning a relaunch on the stock market - in New York. The move will likely snub investors and shareholders.
Ten years after the Fukushima accident and Angela Merkel's about turn on nuclear energy, it's time to reconsider the benefits.
Draft resolution calls for more testing, gradual reopening when incidence falls.
+++ Full daycare service +++ Lockdown till 28 March +++ Austria, Denmark diss on EU +++ The stats +++
TomTom and Google algorithms are telling car drivers to take routes intended for bikes.
The raids include a seizure of €47,000 in cash and weapons.
The SPD has presented its party platform ahead of the Bundestag elections in September.
The jobless rate fell slightly in February. But youth unemployment continued to rise.
The winners will already be decided before audiences get to see the films. Very little dramatic tension for what has always been a public event.
An Israeli activist living in Berlin explains how she is working to get half a million expats the right to participate in elections at home.
Berlin researchers have developed a 3D map of Mars. Check out the red planet through the eyes of the Perseverance rover.
Will having Joe Biden as president help in the battle to save the environment and our planet? This week's Common Ground podcast.
How, where and when can I get a test? What kinds of test are there and how do I use one myself? And what's the idea behind it all anyway? We've got you covered.
A Bavarian DJ said he hoped there would be a vaccine against the South Korean group soon - all because he didn't like their Coldplay cover.
We caught up with the founder of The Reader Berlin to talk about her novel Before the Ruins and literary life in the pandemic.
A commission of experts convenes today to investigate systemic discrimination of Muslims - starting with the Berlin justice department itself.
There are 400 million stray cats worldwide, including 2 million in Germany. A Berlin initiative wants to give them food and vital care through pet food sales.
800 officers searched 26 sites looking for 19 suspects. Investigators say they drum up support for the Islamic State.
A four-hour fight wandered its way around Neukölln and required officers from a number of precincts.
€150 million earmarked for the self-employed and small firms. Local businesses in an even worse mood.
A new annual report calls for faster proceedings, more political education - and less white bread.
BVG is preparing a city-wide pilot project for contactless payment - to protect drivers and save money.
Two of Germany's top beach volleyball players are boycotting a tournament in Doha over its bikini ban for women. Organisers deny their accusations.
After a month below 35, the city's clubs might be able to welcome a limited number of guests.
In the 21st century Germany needs to recognise a diversity of memories, writes the American Holocaust researcher Michael Rothberg.
CSU and FDP politicians claim a new WDR climate information outlet is canvassing for Germany's Greens. Our writer thinks they've missed the mark.
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Corona has skewed statistics but the pandemic and environmental concerns may transform urban traffic forever.
A scientific study suggests events could resume with attendance of 30 per cent and safety measures. Hopes are pinned on lockdown easings from Easter.
Berlin's go-to airport for budget flights is closing for a year (at least) because of corona. There's no Tegel-like farewell - but it will be missed by some.
The writer and showrunner behind Netflix's Unorthodox on awards success, representation on screen and being a fish out of water in Berlin.
A new agreement could push most of RBB's radio stations online and end lucrative license agreements for film and TV producers.
Politicians wanted to offer some relief to renters but landlords are getting in the way.
Being able to speak directly and honestly to each other, even about uncomfortable topics, is more important than ever - and not just because of corona.