Thousands protest coronavirus curbs in Berlin streets | AFP

About 20,000 people demonstrate in Berlin for “a day of freedom”, protesting against the German government’s measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic at a time when health authorities fear a second wave of the disease.

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Berlin: Thousands on the street against anti-coronavirus measures | AFP

Thousands demonstrate in Berlin for “a day of freedom”, railing against the German government’s measures to combat the Covid-19 pandemic. The protest was called for by groups of COVID-19 deniers and right-wing extremists.

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Here’s the latest for Thursday July 30th: U.S. economy suffers steep quarterly plunge; NASA rover heads for Mars; Funeral today for Congressman John Lewis; Rare red panda born in Berlin zoo.

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Berlin club Berghain reopens doors as ‘unusual’ sound exhibition | AFP

The coronavirus is keeping Berlin’s legendary clubs closed but techno mecca Berghain has found a way to throw its doors back open, luring visitors with an unusual sound exhibition.

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Flag-raising for the first day of Germany’s EU Council Presidency | AFP

The flag of Germany’s Presidency of the European Council is being raised in the courtyard of the German Foreign Office in Berlin as the country begins its six-month EU Presidency today. IMAGES

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Berliners come to the rescue of their drought-stricken trees | AFP

Volunteers from Berlin are helping the city’s drought-stricken trees by arranging to water them regularly. Lukas Jülich and Sebastian Haße roam the German capital’s streets armed with watering cans to take care of the trees, which since 2018 have been under threat from a lack of rainfall.

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Highlights of this day in history: Start of the Berlin blockade during the early Cold War; Boxing champ Jack Dempsey born; Comedian and actor Jackie Gleason of ‘The Honeymooners’ fame dies. (June 24)

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Berlin: Checkpoint Charlie celebrates the 30th anniversary of its dismantling | AFP

30 years ago the Checkpoint Charlie border crossing between the communist East and capitalist West Berlin during the Cold War was removed. A designated crossing for foreigners and allied troops, Checkpoint Charlie was also used for prisoner swaps between East and West. Thirty years on, the site has been turned into a tourist trap and authorities are mulling its future.

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Germany offers solution to ‘toxic monuments’ with statue museum | AFP

While a global row rages over the controversial background of historical figures immortalised as statues, Germany already has its own solution: in Berlin, the Spandau – Zitadelle museum is the final resting place of many controversial monuments brought down by the people over time. Now, an exhibition named “Revealed. Berlin and its memorials” analyses the relationship between Germans and their historical past. A statue in Berlin was damaged recently and the incident is under police investigation; according to historian Urte Evert, the statue will, like many others, end up in the Zitadelle – Spandau museum.

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Reopening of French-German border at Kehl | AFP

Vehicles cross the Franco-German border at Kehl in Germany, near Strasbourg, while Paris and Berlin have re-established free movement with the countries of the European continent, with the exception of Spain. IMAGES

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Here’s the latest for Sunday, June 14: Atlanta’s police chief resigns after fatal shooting; Extensive damage after tanker truck explodes in southeastern China; Human chain of solidarity in Berlin; Portraits of new coronavirus victims in Lima.

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Germany lifts travel warning for Europe from June 15 | AFP

Germany will lift its blanket travel warning for European nations from June 15, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas says during a press conference in Berlin, as the continent looks to further ease restrictions imposed to contain the coronavirus.

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Deutsche Oper orchestra musicians perform in Berlin nursing home garden | AFP

While deprived of rehearsals and performances because of the COVID-19 pandemic, musicians from the Deutsche Oper in Berlin are offering a series of free concerts in the courtyards of nursing homes. This gives them the opportunity to entertain and play for elderly people who rarely have the chance to go out, and to rediscover the pleasure of performing together.

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Images of Berlin’s historic airport, which could close in mid-June | AFP

Berlin’s historic Tegel Airport, which is idling due to the pandemic, is expected to be temporarily withdrawn from service on 15 June, according to the city-state, which could mean its permanent closure. IMAGES of Berlin Tegel airport

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