Interior Minister Nancy Faeser will attend the first match of the German national team at the World Cup in Qatar as a representative of the Federal Government. She made the announcement during her visit to the country.
The Russian army has been pursuing a new tactic with its missile attacks since October, firing primarily at energy supply facilities. Zelenskiy refers to the successes of air defense - praise goes to Chancellor Scholz.
The pictures of the burning Parisian cathedral Notre-Dame went around the world in 2019. Now, some of the damaged parts of the magnificent building are on the road. In Cologne, work is underway on four windows.
Horse-drawn carriage instead of bus: Corona replacement transport on Hiddensee. By horse-drawn carriage instead of bus - Corona is providing a rather unusual replacement service on the island of Hiddensee. Because all bus drivers are ill, there is now a horse-drawn replacement service.
Every year a new bird is chosen - the Bird of the Year. And this time the whinchat is the "Bird of the Year" 2023. It won with 43 percent, but against whom?
A highly emotional topic of discussion could be coming to an end. An EU agreement stipulates that only zero-emission new cars may be sold from 2035. Is this the final end of the internal combustion engine?
It took a long time before the Federal President could travel to Ukraine. Now Frank-Walter Steinmeier arrives at a particularly sensitive time for the country and has to seek shelter in the bomb shelter.
At the third attempt it works: President Steinmeier makes a surprise visit to Ukraine - after a trip there the previous week was canceled for security reasons. His message to the Ukrainians: "We Germans will continue to help you.
Chancellor Olaf Scholz wants to focus the reconstruction of Ukraine entirely on the country's EU membership. The prospect of accession should also be understood as a signal to private investors.
The protests in Iran have been going on for five weeks. Tens of thousands of people show solidarity with the fight for freedom in Berlin this weekend.
The European Union has produced more electricity from wind and solar power than ever before since the outbreak of the war in Ukraine, according to a study.