A German law which prevents citizens insulting a foreign head of state could come into conflict with European human rights legislation, which values freedom of political expression
The comedian Jan Böhmermann is accused of insulting Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on German television
The report found the UK lags behind other rich countries in reducing inequality in child well-being
Andreas Scheuer argues 'political Islam' undermines efforts to integrate people in Germany
'We either need more sausages or we get rid of them altogether'
Residents of the Blankenese district use limousines and yachts on trailers to block off street where city government plan to construct hostel for 192 refugees
'What I'm about to read is not allowed,' the young comedian says before reading
'We hope that it will not have to be necessary to decide on such matters'
The party claims 'Islam does not belong in Germany' and is seeking 'world domination'
Last year, Germany accepted more than a million refugees and migrants
Photos of the 19-year-old refugee's selfie went viral after it was claimed that he was one of the Brussels bombers and that the photo proved the attackers had pretended to be refugees
Germany's ambassador to Turkey was reportedly summoned over the video
This collection of the French economist's columns are repetitive, not prescient
Sem-Sandberg's novel is set in a children's clinic in Austria, which became part of the Nazi euthanasia programme
'The bones will be a really good example for our students to learn from'
Whether regretting the human condition or laying our ghosts to rest, creativity is the key, says Roger Scruton. In this essay from his new collection, he explains how 'all is not lost, if art remains, to show that all is lost'