Our daily puzzler. The answer to today's Geo Quiz is Leipzig, Germany. Today marks the 20th anniversary of historic protests that took place in the then-communist East German city of Leipzig. Anchor Marco Werman has the story.
Animal rights is a big issue in Germany. And how Germans slaughter animals is strictly regulated. The Nazis vilified the Jewish method of slaughtering animals; today Germans are intolerant of the tradition of its four million Muslims. David Hecht reports.
Amazon has fired a security firm it used in Germany after jackbooted neo-Nazis were filmed intimidating migrant workers there. Host Aaron Schachter talks with investigative journalist Peter Onneken of the broadcaster ARD about the impact his film has had.
More than half of young Spaniards are out of work and companies aren't hiring. So the government hopes the young unemployed will go entrepreneurial and start their own businesses. But the challenges are big, both financially and culturally.
Barbie has a new home in Berlin — and it's literally life-sized. But the protests have been out-sized as well. The Barbie Berlin Dreamhouse opened on Thursday, but protests have already been intensifying. On one recent day, protesters strapped a Barbie doll to a cross and set the cross on fire. Protesters say Barbie sends the wrong message.
Israeli-Palestinian collaboration is rare enough in the fractious Middle East. But harmony? Two pianists are showing personal peace is possible, along with world-class performance in Europe and the Middle East.