A German City Chose a Brown Teen to Play Jesus at Its Christmas Market and the Far-Right Lost Its Mind
The Nuremberg Christmas Market picked a "Christ Child" of color for the first time in its 489-year history.
“If you don't see fascism, you just don't want to see it.”
"Why should we be deported? This is very, very hard for a family."
Germany's celebrated weeks-long annual cultural festival and beer-drinking event has a dark side.
The 27-year-old suspect detonated a bomb concealed in a backpack in southern Germany on Sunday night, killing himself and injuring 12.
Police have found "no indication" of an Islamist motive behind the attack that injured at least three people and killed one. Evidence suggests the assailant was psychologically unstable.
The beer’s name, “Borderfence half” or “Grenzzaun halbe” was—according to the head of the brewery himself—chosen to evoke arguments being made to seal off Germany’s borders from asylum seekers, mostly from the Middle East.
In Franconia, our host Ailine sniffs tobacco against the world champion Belinda Winkler, then visits the band Kellerkommando, who show her what a Frankish pulled-pork burger is all about.
In Bavaria, you drink nonstop! Ailine visits a beer-brewing nun and liquor-drinking bar legends. In Munich, we chat with the guys from Crew Republic—a successful German craft brewery.
Our host Ailine hangs out with a herbalist and collect wild herbs and berries in the forest around the Ammersee, then goes fishing with an old sea dog, who shows her how to catch a carp.