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In Los Angeles, a Tree With Stories to Tell

LOS ANGELES — In 1920s Los Angeles, a young boy refined his talents in the backyard of his family’s modest…

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In the German Countryside, a Farmhouse Turned Lush Cultural Retreat

AT THE HEART of Danh Vo’s farmhouse in Brandenburg, Germany, is an oven. Not just any oven, though. This wood-burning…

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World

A Welcome Steeped in History: Ukrainian Refugees Arrive in Germany

BERLIN — After an anxious eight-day journey fleeing a war that has since swallowed his hometown in eastern Ukraine, the…

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Will Rapid Grocery Delivery Change N.Y.C.? Look to Berlin.

When he moved to a new apartment last fall, Garret MacAllen needed garbage bags, so he placed his first order…

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Germany’s ‘Invisible’ Chancellor Heads to Washington Amid Fierce Criticism

BERLIN — One headline asked, “Where is Olaf Scholz?” A popular magazine mocked the German chancellor’s “art of disappearance.” And…

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Russian Is Convicted in Murder of Chechen Man in a Berlin Park

BERLIN — A German court sentenced a Russian man to life in prison on Wednesday for the murder of a…

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Angela Merkel’s Political Life in Pictures: The End of an Era

BERLIN — When Angela Merkel became chancellor 16 years ago, George W. Bush was in the White House and Tony…

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Business

Trams, Cable Cars, Electric Ferries: How Cities Are Rethinking Transit

The roar of engines has long been part of the soundscape of a city. For a century, for billions of…

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