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Campaigners are calling for an end to policies being imposed on indebted countries by the International Monetary Fund and European Central Bank.
Paul Tolson, a fifty-year old occupational therapist, is aiming to challenge perceptions of age and disability as he cycles from Germany to South Africa.
A German drug company may become the prime supplier of execution drugs to the US following a decision by the State of Missouri to use propofol in lethal injections.
Catholics and Protestants are cooperating on a new website that allows Germans to find their nearest church service, anywhere in the country, any day.
For the last decade, Germans have tapped into their nation's feelings for its ancient forests and chosen a final resting place in a woodland gravesite.
A photography exhibition at a historic monastery near Nuremburg takes visitors on a journey to the heart of Germany's many faiths.
The latest UK-wide unemployment figures published on 18 January 2012 are even worse than previous bleak economic forecasts predicted.
Three Catholic churches in the west of Germany that may have to close this month have received a show of solidarity from the local Muslim community.
The Kirchentag, Germany's huge bi-annual ecumenical celebration, is making greater efforts to be environmentally friendly in 2012, say organisers.
Across Germany, schools, student organisations and church groups have organised 'flashmobs' to launch "blessings from above" for Reformation Day.