Germany

'We lost our homes and country, but we also lost our books'

Baynatna, an Arabic library in Berlin, is popular among the diaspora and refugees whose own stories could fill novels.

'We lost our homes and country, but we also lost our books'

Europe

Are Merkel's allies set to lose majority in Bavaria elections?

Polls indicate Bavaria-based Christian Social Union heading for worst showing in over 60 years in Sunday's vote.

Opinion

How Trump is pushing Turkey and the EU closer together

Relations between Turkey and the EU have markedly improved in recent months and Trump has played a major role in that.

Taha Ozhan

by Taha Ozhan

Taha Ozhan

Germany

Erdogan inaugurates huge mosque in Germany

Inauguration caps a three-day state visit, as supporters and critics of Turkish president take to streets of Cologne.

Turkey

Germany and Turkey aim for four-way talks on Syria

At a joint press conference, Erdogan and Merkel both stress the need for stronger ties but admit 'deep differences'.

Opinion

How East Germany became a stronghold of the far right

The lack of serious action against the far right has enabled the current xenophobic surge in East Germany.

Denijal Jegic

by Denijal Jegic

Denijal Jegic

Inside Story

Can Turkey and Germany restore their broken relationship?

Erdogan and Merkel have traded barbs over everything from human rights abuses to political campaigning and migration.

Europe

Erdogan in Germany brings hope for better diplomatic relations

'Milestone' meeting between Turkey's President Erdogan and German Chancellor Merkel may improve diplomatic relations.

Germany

Germany beats Turkey to host UEFA Euro 2024

Announcement by European football's governing body means three-time winners will host competition for a second time.

Germany beats Turkey to host UEFA Euro 2024

Germany

What to expect from Erdogan's Germany visit

Turkish president will meet Chancellor Merkel to discuss bilateral ties, Turkish currency crisis and situation in Syria.

What to expect from Erdogan's Germany visit

Europe

Germany a key obstacle to Brexit deal

People in German political and industrial circles tell Al Jazeera that the country does not regard the UK as a priority.

Europe

German spymaster ousted after far-right attacks row, but promoted

Government removes domestic spy chief after comments on far-right violence, but transfers him to a more senior role.

German spymaster ousted after far-right attacks row, but promoted

Russia

Pussy Riot poisoning 'highly plausible': German doctors

Doctors say anti-Kremlin activist Verzilov is no longer in life-threatening danger after a likely poisoning.

Germany

Angela Merkel to decide on spy chief's fate after far-right row

Head of Germany's intelligence agency, Hans-Georg Maassen, speculated videos of attacks on immigrants could be fake.

Angela Merkel to decide on spy chief's fate after far-right row

Germany

German police clear forest camp as thousands protest coal mine

Treehouse activists confronted by German police after six-year standoff against coal mine expansion in Hambach Forest.

German police clear forest camp as thousands protest coal mine