How many people are ill in Germany, how many have recovered? You can find answers to these and other questions here.
Corona measures, organ donations and euthanasia: we explain how German politicians make decisions on ethical questions.
The corona pandemic has rekindled the debate about compulsory vaccination in Germany.
The Second World War ended in Europe 75 years ago. Visitors can now also travel online to the arenas of the War.
Where did Covid 19 first appear in Germany? How is Germany dealing with the coronavirus? We answer questions that are frequently asked on Google.
Klinikum Chemnitz was one of the first German hospitals to admit COVID-19 patients from Italy. An interview with Commercial Director Dirk Balster.
The German Basic Law came into effect in 1949. It was originally designed as a provisional constitution. Five questions and answers.
So far, 212,000 German an European tourists have been brought home in the wake of the corona crisis. Frank Hartmann from the Federal Foreign Office explains how this is organised.
A major compromise between Paris and Berlin is needed for the future of the European Union, writes Luc de Barochez weekly magazine Le Point.
Great Britain always wanted to be both in and out of the EU – but ultimately it belongs to Europe. By Rachel Sylvester, The Times.
Despite the difficulties, the EU needs to be able and willing to represent European interests in the world as well, says Ulrich Ladurner from the German weekly newspaper Die Zeit.