Berlin’s reputation as one of Europe’s coolest yet cheapest cities has boosted tourism by 275 per cent in only two decades. But Germany’s capital is preparing to turn its back on budget-flight visitors with new rules which will outlaw cut-price private accommodation.
An illuminating look at life behind the Berlin Wall
Reports have moved the UN to action as tensions between ethnic Dinka and Nuer in the world’s newest nation escalate
David Cameron in drag?
After a trip to Berlin's Bauhaus Archive Museum of Design, the photographer Nicky Walsh and food stylist Max Faber, both 34, came up with the idea of capturing food in a way that paid homage to the German art movement.
You can dance all night at the German capital's legendary clubs, then retreat to the River Spree, says James Litston
London has moved ahead of New York as one of the world hubs for hi-tech companies, the Government’s technology tsar has claimed.
Olivier, National Theatre
Where are you now and what can you see? I’m at home in North London and looking out of the back, I can see the backs of shops.
John “Bud” Hawk was a US Army sergeant who received the Medal of Honor for his heroism during the Normandy campaign during the Second World War. On 20 August 1944 he was manning a light machine-gun near Chambois, a critical point in the encirclement of Germans that became known as the Falaise Pocket.
November is a difficult month for Germany.
Foreign minister summons ambassador to provide explanation after report in The Independent
This is the first substantial London show of works on paper by the great, Berlin-born political satirist Georg Grosz in twenty years, and, oddly, it is being staged in a private gallery. What is more, the show of 50 works is a major loan exhibition – none of the paintings of drawings is for sale. What's in it for the gallery? 'We got a call from a collector the other day, offering us works by Grosz,' Richard Nagy tells me. So there you have it.
Kenyan breaks the previous record by 15 seconds
70-year-old company says it plans to file for bankruptcy unless it manages to reach its fundraising goal
Robin van Helsum, 21, claimed to be a 17-year-old waif who had roamed the woods of central Europe for five years, and cost taxpayers £25,000 while staying in a social services hostel