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Germany has already gone further than anyone else in encouraging renewable energy. By 2050, 50% of its energy could come from renewable sources. But what's the real cost of its energy revolution?
Germany has been held up as a bastion of nuclear safety but there is still no agreement about what to do with its nuclear waste and there are allegations of illegal nuclear dumping. We report on one case.
In January 2007 a photo album marked "Auschwitz: 21 June 1944" was made public. It revealed astonishing clues as to how the Nazi extermination team enjoyed a life that they ruthlessly denied their victims.
In villages across Germany the people have seized power by generating enough renewable energy to supply their needs. But with the government cutting subsidies to small producers will this green revolution run out of steam?
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It's known as the world's oldest profession, but with a number of 'megabrothels' due to open their doors across Germany, many are beginning to question the country's liberal attitude towards prostitution.
The Berlin Wall: a notorious icon of the Cold War. On the 25th anniversary of its fall we meet three men who each played a pivotal role. They will never forget the deep impact it had on their lives.
The rapid influx of refugees from conflict areas such as Syria has overwhelmed European countries. The German government says they're welcome - but how are the refugees coping with their new lives?