Yannick Pasquet

Germany’s Nazi hunters in final straight of race against time

For decades after the war, the German government showed little haste to track down many of those involved in the organised mass murder

Germany takes a chill pill with the help of a yoga instructor

In the macho world of international football, Germany have taken a more spiritual approach by employing a yoga teacher at Euro 2016.

Uproar over first German post-war reprint of Mein Kampf

Academics say the time has come for some of the taboos surrounding Hitler's book in Germany to fall.

Youth ‘bully’ website shocks Germany after beatings

A website enabling teenagers to post insults and racist comments about their peers has prompted an outcry in Germany.

Never mind the risks, Germans want a tan

The sky is grey and a warm sun will not be making an appearance for months but millions of Germans have a tanned glow throughout the winter. Some have a decidedly orange tint. About 16-million Germans -- one-fifth of the population -- top up their tans on sunbeds, more than in any other European country.

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