German athletics has not experienced an evening like this for some time. The host team won two titles and a total of four medals at the European Championships in Munich.
A small-scale bio-#LNG plant: former Federal President Wulff inaugurated this novelty in Darchau. Liquid manure and dung are processed into liquid gas that can be used to fuel trucks and buses.
The northern German village of Wacken is once again the centre of the heavy metal world: Until Saturday, 75,000 metalheads from all over the world want to celebrate after a break due to corona.
Since Russia's war against Ukraine, Baltic states like Estonia fear being the next target of attack. In the next nine months, the Bundeswehr will observe the airspace over the Baltic NATO states.
Even without the European Cup, the German women's footballers are celebrated on their homecoming. The welcome in Frankfurt makes the players briefly forget the disappointment of losing the final against England.
Shortly before the special meeting of EU energy ministers this Tuesday, Russia announces a further curtailment of gas supplies via Nord Stream 1. A short time later, an emergency plan is adopted in Brussels.
The German women's footballers continue their dream journey at the European Championship. In the semi-final against France, captain Alexandra Popp excelled.
They look like toys, but in the future they will take on important and sometimes dangerous work in the construction industry. TU Hamburg is also involved in the development of robot dogs.
Should the three nuclear power plants in Germany remain online for longer? FDP and CDU/CSU politicians have a clear opinion on this - and also refer to the situation within Europe.
In a special interview with DW’s Richard Walker, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock warns Beijing that she is “very serious” about reducing Germany’s economic dependency on China.
Ukraine is demanding more weapons to fight the aggressors from Russia. The EU now wants to dig deep into its pockets again.
Man-made climate change has caused average annual damage of 6.6 billion euros in Germany since 2000. This is the result of a study commissioned by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Protection.