German Politics Is 'Paralyzed By Terror'
After the Christmas market attack, security issues could dominate the country's next election.
Germany Axe Attack: Afghan Refugee 'Had ISIS Flag'
The attacker injured four people from Hong Kong before being shot dead by police.
Police Arrest Asylum Seeker Over Cologne Attacks
It's the first arrest in connection with the alleged New Year's Eve sexual offenses.
The Number of Cologne New Year Attacks Surpasses 500
Cologne authorities say 40 percent of the attacks were related to sexual assault.
Germany Backtracks on Decision to Suspend Dublin Regulation
Syrian refugees could be returned to the first EU member state in which they arrived.
Buoyant German Millennials Make Their Entrance
They are pro-immigration, fear xenophobia and distrust political parties, corporations, churches and banks.
Germany Now Expects Up to 1.5 Million Asylum Seekers in 2015: Report
German newspaper Bild cited a confidential government forecast raising the number from 800,000 in summer.
Taking In Syrian Refugees Is a Moral Duty
This year, Germany will admit nearly ten times America's total refugee intake from Syria alone.
Refugees Will Cost Germany At Least Ten Billion Euros, Says Think Tank
The new reports says that the educational levels of refugees will leave them "poorly prepared" for workforce.
Germany Reiterates EU Funding Warning Over Lack of Solidarity for Refugees
Germany's vice chancellor said the refugee crisis is a bigger threat to EU unity than Greece.
Hungary Prepares Military to Patrol Serbian Border, Resist Refugees Crossing
Budapest could send troops to stop refugees crossing from Serbia.
Teaching 'Oliver!' to the Children of Syrian Refugees
A personal account of outreach and understanding in Jordan's refugee neighborhoods.
In Response to Refugee Crisis, Tales Of Kindness and Charity From Across Europe
Thousands of Europeans decide to play a part in the greatest refugee crisis since World War II.
Germany Allocates $6.7 Billion to Deal With Migrant Influx
18,000 refugees arrived in Germany over the weekend.
Budapest Train Station Re-Opens After Tense Migrant Stand-Off
Trains to western Europe however have reportedly been suspended "indefinitely".
Why Germany Is More Accepting of Asylum Seekers Than the Rest of Europe
History, culture and economy all help explain Germany's more welcoming stance.
Germany's Refugee Influx is Both a Challenge and an Opportunity
The president of Germany's industry body explains why his country need asylum seekers.
Refugees Welcome, German President Says After Anti-Immigrant Rally
More than 17,000 people took part in Germany's largest anti-immigrant rally on Monday in the eastern city of Dresden.