Germany: Horst Seehofer lays down 'zero tolerance' policy
In his first Bundestag speech, the new interior minister said Germany needs a 'strong state' to protect its citizens.
Police probe 'far-right' anti-migrant protest outside Angela Merkel's office
The protesters had placed candles, roses and pictures of victims of violent crimes blamed on migrants.
German brothel owner in court for trafficking, fraud
Jürgen Rudloff was the proud face of legal sex work in Germany before he was charged with procuring women from gangs.
One in two rejected asylum seekers win appeal in German courts
Rejected asylum seekers in Germany almost always challenge the decision in court, and around 40 percent reportedly win.
The chancellor's questions: Angela Merkel to face regular Bundestag grilling?
There appears to be a majority in the Bundestag who want the chancellor to attend regular question and answer sessions.