Journalist Anne Ramstorf tells the stories from eastern Germany that the national media doesn't want to hear.
A fading Berlin symbol is sparking concerns around racism, gentrification and the city's soul.
Kristina Hänel is exposing Germany's abortion laws for a new generation.
More than 30 years on, brutal killings of East German refugees are being investigated.
Jamila Al-Yousef is changing Berlin's music scene, with a dash of cultural activism.
Two towns separated by 100 miles — one, Germany's first energy self-sufficient community and the other in coal country — capture the sharpening divide over the country's clean energy future.
This learning hub on wheels brings tech, art and inspiration to rural Saxon schools.
Known as the “Hamptons of Germany,” this tiny North Sea island offers sun, wine and wattwanderung, and the occasional celeb.
30 years after the Berlin Wall fell, two pariah parties are going toe-to-toe in a battle for what is the German left's only enduring bastion.
The Greek government has promised to restore order in Athens by evicting refugees from abandoned buildings.
Dustin Figge has built a travel heavyweight in Cologne, Germany.
From the Deutsche Bahn to Mercedes, Baden-Württemberg is fueling its economy through migrant labor, and killing support for the far-right.
It can take just a few snap decisions to make history.
Martin Drewes and Martina Findling developed an innovative water filtration system in Germany.
Over six weeks, OZY reports untold stories from each of Germany’s 16 states, as the country marks 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
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