The final report of a parliamentary probe into the scandalous collapse of the German payment-processing company Wirecard has concluded that the Finance Ministry failed to detect fraud that cost investors millions.
The history of German displacement and expulsion after World War II has been documented in a new center in Berlin. For many Europeans, however, the work of reconciliation is only just beginning, writes Frank Hofmann.
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier has recognized the millions of Soviet soldiers who died after Nazi Germany invaded the Soviet Union. But a gesture of reconciliation is still necessary, says Christian F. Trippe.
If Germany's recent regional election had been decided by young people, the far-right AfD would have won. The East German identity has been inherited by a new generation, some of whom don't mind a few racist politicians.