Monika Müller-Kroll

producer, Studio Berlin

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Angela Merkel is the second-longest serving chancellor in modern German history.

Who will succeed Angela Merkel?

Angela Merkel is the second-longest serving chancellor in modern German history.

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Mismanagement, corruption charges, dubious design plans and a series of technical mishaps led to delay after delay since the first scheduled opening of the Berlin Brandenburg Airport…

Curse or blessing? Long-delayed Berlin airport will open amid a pandemic, nearly a decade later than originally planned

Mismanagement, corruption charges, dubious design plans and a series of technical mishaps led to delay after delay since the first scheduled opening of the Berlin Brandenburg Airport…

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As novel coronavirus cases skyrocket across Germany and Europe, we talk about what we’ve learned since the start of the pandemic.

Germany VS COVID-19, Round 2: Can we avoid another lockdown?

As novel coronavirus cases skyrocket across Germany and Europe, we talk about what we’ve learned since the start of the pandemic.

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