Dozens of managers of cultural venues in Germany signed a declaration earlier this month, in which they criticized an anti-BDS resolution adopted by the Bundestag. The resolution calls the BDS movement's methods antisemitic. Of course, a national discussion is in full swing.
One day before Germany went into its second strict lockdown this year, quite a few Berliners did some offline shopping. Our reporter checked the situation in the German capital's Charlottenburg borough.
It is part of President Frank-Walter Steinmeier's job to address the nation when times are tough. On Monday, he threw the ball right into the basket yet again, by bolstering people up in a convincing speech.