For many inside and outside of Africa, the Benin Bronzes are symbols of colonialism and exploitation, and they’ll stay that way until they’re returned.
Ask Germans to define the word "Volk" and you may get a bunch of different answers, each suggesting different attitudes to German identity and immigration.
Jim Hoft thinks the Trump presidency will be a win for the US and for the world. And he's also not worried about Russia.
Germans are closely following President-elect Donald Trump's path to the White House, says Matthias Kolb, a reporter with the Munich-based daily Suddeutche Zeitung.
When Frank Hessenland joined Germany's Alternative für Deutschland, he saw it as a center-right political party. Then it moved far to the right. Even though he quit the party, he couldn't shake its far-right image.
Milad Khawam, a Syrian refugee in Berlin, describes his music as a "schizophrenia of feelings." It's the mix of emotions, he says, of someone who has left everything behind and is starting over.
"Mein Kampf" is back on bookshelves — but that doesn’t mean Germans are nostalgic for Nazi Germany.
Compared to most of Europe, Germany stands out for the way it has handled the refugee crisis. Willkommenskultur – “welcome culture” – has been a powerful response. But it cannot last forever.
German cops from the national police force have become the first-responders to the ongoing refugee crisis. But the role they’re playing has more to do with customs and humanitarian aid than it does law enforcement.