The German state broadcaster Deutsche Welle has been systematically targeting Muslim staff over political issues and sacked many Muslim journalists for alleged anti-semitism.
State broadcaster Deutsche Welle terminated Zahi Alawi and Yasser Abu Muailek over their 2014 social media posts denouncing Israel's invasion of besieged Gaza, German media report.
Allegations of antisemitism are weaponised to stifle freedom of speech and serve to uphold Germany’s constructed narrative of alleged guilt and moral dedication to Israel.
Maram Salem says DW's investigation over anti-Semitic allegations against her was not conducted impartially, calling the allegations "a scandal" and slamming DW's "biased" coverage of Israeli policies.
In retaliation, Russia shut down the operations of German broadcaster Deutsche Welle in Moscow following Germany's ban on satellite broadcast of Russian TV RT DE.
German broadcaster says Taliban insurgents were looking for a Deutsche Welle journalist when they killed his close relative, also raiding the homes of at least three other DW journalists.
For the first time since 2012, Syrians convicted of serious crimes in Germany can be deported. But refugees in the country fear the deportations might not remain limited to criminals.
Football players in Germany contemplate staging collective protests following the police killing of unarmed black man George Floyd in the United States.
Annegert Kramp-Karrenbauer has given up her post as Chairwoman of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), and is no longer seen as a favourite for Germany’s chancellorship after a political scandal in Thuringia.
The German public broadcaster is under fire over allegations of racist attitudes and bullying by staff members.
An estimated 500,000 black people live in Germany, but for some parts of society, being black means you can’t be German. Here, Jana Pareigis, the country's first female black anchor on public TV, describes the racism she has experienced there.
Flight, adapted from a novel by journalist-turned-novelist Caroline Brothers, has been the talk of the Edinburgh Festival, where it made its debut. It takes “a miniature approach towards an epic story" of two Afghan boys who travel to Europe on foot.
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