The shared use of cars, music, accommodation files and more looks set to increase in Germany, a new survey shows. Germany's share economy market is worth more than €20 billion, according to the survey.
Authorities in Germany are searching for 14-year-old Cäciele Schöning, who went missing from a group foster home, as well as her 24-year-old guardian. Police said recent leads put at least one of them in Hamburg.
German jails are struggling to cope with scores of radical Islamist extremists. Their number is expected to grow following the opening of a slew of terror-related probes in recent months.
Two new studies have revealed how small groups of far-right activists spread hate speech before Germany's election last year. Their highly organized approach and hierarchical structure reportedly amplified the effect.
DW takes a look at the various rebel groups fighting with the Syrian government outside Damascus.
Pro-regime troops have launched a large-scale attack on rebel-held eastern Ghouta, with the death toll soaring.
John Ausonius could be handed a second life sentence, this time for the murder of a Jewish lady in Frankfurt. Ausonius is serving a life sentence in Sweden for the murder and attempted murder of 10 immigrants.
One week after the deadly school shooting in Florida, it is too early to tell whether the powerful protests by surviving students will produce a lasting impact. But they are doing a lot of things right.
At the last minute, North Korean officials withdrew from a secret meeting with the US vice president. Mike Pence's chief of staff said the US would not allow Pyongyang to "whitewash their murderous regime."
Turkey's justice minister has said authorities want to "reduce or eliminate" the sex drives of convicted child abusers. The idea was immediately rounded upon by rights groups as draconian.
Nabeel Rajab was on trial for posting tweets that were critical of the Bahraini government. He had denounced the alleged use of torture in Bahraini prisons and abuses in Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen.
Norway's domination at the Pyeongchang Games continues, with three more medals so far on Day 12. Marit Bjoergen is now the most decorated Olympian in history after her bronze in the women's team cross country sprint.
The final version of a landmark deal aimed at cutting trade barriers in the Pacific region has now been released. Experts said the revamped document may prompt the United States to rejoin the 11-nation pact.
They style themselves as stable and safe countries at every opportunity; nevertheless, they have yet to be admitted to the Schengen Area. Romania and Bulgaria, it seems, will remain the European Union's problem children.
Marion Marechal-Le Pen, the niece of far-right National Front leader Marine, will speak at CPAC, taking the stage after US Vice President Mike Pence. Moderate Republicans have expressed concern at the invite.
As a German coalition government may emerge soon, a key issue that undid an earlier deal may now create more political havoc. Will Berlin accept a worsening of relations with eastern neighbors while securing cheaper gas?
The Polish prime minister's mention of "Jewish perpetrators" during the Holocaust has sparked outrage in Israel. DW spoke with Ronen Bergman, the Israeli journalist whose question prompted the controversial remark.
Originally designed to show resistance against the nuclear threat in the late 1950s, the peace sign quickly became the common symbol against violence, hatred and oppression.
Russia is hoping to boost voter turnout in its upcoming presidential election through a series of humorous videos. The campaign appears to be an attempt to counter opposition leader Alexei Navalny's calls for a boycott.
A weekly magazine in Austria has said it found an anti-Semitic fraternity songbook similar to the one found in January. The fraternity's chairman is reportedly an aide of the country's far-right transport minister.
Midway through the Berlin International Film Festival, here are the works that have been most praised by the critics.
From a comic book villain to Jesus, Willem Dafoe has portrayed every possible role during his career. With 100 movies in his filmography and counting, the Berlinale awards the American actor an honorary prize.
Bayern Munich can already start thinking about the quarterfinals after they dismantled 10-man Besiktas at the Allianz Arena. Thomas Müller and Robert Lewandowski were the stars of the show, each bagging a brace.
Barcelona will fancy their chances of progressing to the Champions League quarterfinals after Lionel Messi ended his drought against the English champions. The Argentine's strike canceled out Willian's opener.
An American transport startup has inked a deal to build a Hyperloop system connecting the Indian cities Mumbai and Pune.
Europe's highest court looks set to rule against what environmentalists see as an attack by Poland's nationalist government on the continent's oldest forest.
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