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Europe's eastern troubles are giving Warsaw a seat at the big table.
Leaders criticize Russia, seek to reassure population as markets plunge.
Low rents and down-and-out residents touch off an epidemic of gambling.
Analysis: Supporting sanctions and leading negotiations in Kiev, Germany risks alienating Russia if it wants to make good on its pledge to take on a bigger role in world affairs.
A bid to save public funds has turned Germany's public transport system into a cat-and-mouse game between ticketless travelers and Kontrol.
Why does Germany lead the medal race at the Winter Olympics? Engineering.
Is it time to forgive if not forget?
Pack your bags, sell your house: It's better in Delhi, India.
A series of hate crimes has prompted the authorities’ bid to disband the far-right National Democratic Party. But it won’t be easy.
A new deal with Hungary is set to boost Moscow's influence as its grip on oil and gas wanes.
NSA critics see little substance and few practical measures in Obama's pledge to restrict spying abroad.
Conservatives campaign to stop gay sex education amid celebrations for a gay soccer player's coming out.
Washington’s reluctance to rein in the NSA continues to harm relations.
With the European auto market in decline, American companies can expect to be squeezed from all sides.
Disagreements over migration are already exposing rifts between Merkel's allies.
Meet the former video store owner who claims to be a monarch.
East German woodcarvers who helped keep the Christmas market tradition alive are still in demand.
Although the EU’s recent expansion into Central Europe was partly meant to improve human rights there, new members have been thumbing their noses at the old boys' club.
A ban on internet sites such as Airbnb is exposing differences over rising real estate prices and changing cultures.
Well-publicized public project failures may be threatening Germany's reputation for excellence.