Officials might deny it, but homophobia in Berlin prisons is a real problem. Where can out inmates turn? more »
Apr 27, 2015 1:00 PM People
After a century of denial, the German government has finally recognised the 1915 Armenian genocide. Historian Jürgen Gottschlich tells us what this means. more »
Apr 24, 2015 3:00 PM Zeitgeist
An interview with original enfant terrible of Germany’s gay scene, filmmaker and activist Rosa von Praunheim: the outspoken director's upcoming retrospective at Lichtblick Kino kicks off with EXBlicks: City of Lost Souls on Apr 28. more »
Apr 22, 2015 11:30 AM People
In February, Hans-Torsten Richter advised a woman who was looking to volunteer after the holidays. In light of the tragedies in the Mediterranean, this advice may apply to those who wish to do something to ease the hardship refugees face in Berlin. more »
Apr 21, 2015 1:30 PM Features
SS leader Heinrich Himmler (centre) looks over the shoulder of SA leader Ernst Röhm (right), August 1933.
Something from our queer issue! From Hitler’s first right-hand man to homophobic smear campaigns by the left, homosexuality and fascism have had a long, twisted relationship. What’s behind it? more »
Apr 16, 2015 3:00 PM Features
INTERVIEW. Technological marvels turned spy and killing machines, they've become America's counter-terrorism weapon of choice. Disruption Network Lab hosts a two-day conference this weekend investigating the controversial use of drones. more »
Apr 16, 2015 11:30 AM Zeitgeist
Summer's coming and its time to get those paddles out. Our reporter faces off against casual park players and national ping pong champions alike in an attempt to unlock the secrets of Berlin’s obsession with Tischtennis. more »
Apr 10, 2015 12:40 PM Zeitgeist
Berlin's the undisputed LGBTQ capital of Europe – and your roadmap to it just hit newsstands. Read about invisible lesbians, gay rugby players, post-gender professors, out prisoners and more in this month's special on queer Berlin! more »
Apr 2, 2015 12:45 PM Features
A century after the Armenian genocide, the Gorki Theater commemorates the tragedy with talks and performances. In a debate on Saturday, April 4, Jürgen Gottschlich will push for Germany to recognise the atrocities – and admit responsibility. more »
Apr 2, 2015 12:00 PM Zeitgeist
Merkel's government is finally about to grant asylum to Edward Snowden. Could the NSA whistleblower be just days away from joining his compatriots in Berlin? more »
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