Virologist Christian Drosten has expressed some optimism about the further development of the Corona pandemic. The scientist also does not expect a dangerous variant.
The first World Cup match of the German national team: Manuel Neuer did not wear the "One Love" captain's armband, but all the national players demonstratively put their hands over their mouths for the team photo.
Mulled wine, presents, roasted almonds: The Christmas markets have opened in some cities. However, after the Corona restrictions, stall owners are facing new challenges this year.
At the end of the UN Climate Change Conference in Egypt: For three decades, poorer countries have been demanding money for climate damage. Now the world community has decided on a pot for this purpose.
The wish lists come from all over the world. And in the meantime, the Christkind post office in Engelskirchen is running at full capacity. After all, all letters received on time are to receive a reply.
Back to the moon - and then to Mars: With the "Artemis" program, NASA is planning the future of manned space flight on a grand scale. The Orion spacecraft's space technology is "Made in Germany".
Germany's path to liquefied natural gas (LNG): On Tuesday, a first jetty was opened in Wilhelmshaven. A special ship is to moor there as early as December.
The German national football team is on its way to the World Cup, which starts next Sunday in Qatar. They first set off for Oman in a special plane.
Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz has begun a four-day trip to Asia. He landed in the Vietnamese capital Hanoi on Sunday morning. Further stops are Singapore and the island of Bali, where he will attend the G20 summit.
They are severely traumatized, they need help. Twelve children with disabilities and their companions, such as grandparents or parents from Ukraine, landed at Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden Airport in Rheinmünster on Tuesday.
The German government wants to double its funding for global forest protection to two billion euros and provide greater support to countries affected by climate disasters.