'No one wants a repeat of last year's situation'
Berlin mayor warns resurgence of far-right will be seen as ‘return of the Nazis’
The Social Democrats and chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Party have emerged from Berlin state elections as the strongest two parties – but it came amid significant gains for the country’s far-right AfD party.
The recent election losses has led to speculation that the three-term Chancellor may not stand for another term in next year's federal election
World leaders were taking a boat tour as part of cultural activities laid on by the Chinese government
'Perhaps this is the beginning of the end of Angela Merkel's chancellorship today,' says Local AfD leader Leif-Erik Holm
The picture has been described as 'crass and wrong' and putting 'wombs before brains'
Ms Merkel's popularity has dropped by three per cent in less than a year, according to the survey
'The whole process of the exit still lies ahead of us, but the decision is irrevocable'
'They need a clear perspective following Brexit in order not to endanger their residence with us,' says the party's chair
Four attacks a week fuelled anti-migrant sentiment in the country
All three asylum seekers who carried out attacks this week had entered Germany long before the Chancellor announced her immigration policy last year
Germany has been the most welcoming country for refugees, but bilingual and bi-national people still tend to feel the pressure to prove that they belong
Using a football analogy, the reporter asks: 'Why are you putting... a player on the pitch who doesn't actually want to play'
Ms May has said she does not want to start the formal process to leave the EU until 2017
Chancellor Merkel was happy to talk about Turkey. Happy to talk about Syria. But Brexit? No