In the city of Kempen on the Lower Rhine, a man drove a car into a crowd on Thursday.
Germany is on the verge of exceeding 20.000 new corona infections per day.
According to the German Association of Judges, the rule of law remains fully capable of acting in numerous areas of society, even in times of corona restrictions.
If techno parties take place legally again at some point, the organizers can justifiably hope that they will only have to pay the reduced sales tax rate.
The Berlin State Criminal Police Office is investigating an explosion that opponents of the corona measures could have triggered.
The Berlin epidemiologist Timo Ulrichs sees no alternative for the lockdown decision by the federal and state governments.
At least one person was killed in a knife attack in the southern French port city of Nice on Thursday morning.
The police union (GdP) has called for the cancellation of a planned Castor nuclear waste transport from the British Sellafield to the Biblis interim storage facility in Hesse.
The feature film “And tomorrow the whole world” by director Julia von Heinz is a German candidate in the running for the Oscar for the best foreign language film.
Almost 60 percent of people in Germany take something positive with them from the corona crisis.
Intensive care physicians worry about bottlenecks in care due to the absence of nursing staff.
The actress and author Andrea Sawatzki doesn't want to be a grandma just yet.
The number of new corona infections continues to skyrocket, a trend reversal is not in sight.
Actor Oliver Mommsen is still known to many as Bremen's “Tatort” commissioner even a year after leaving, but does not want to be measured against reality in any role.