Nov 7, 2013
How music gave Bach what real life could not
German President Horst Koehler looks at portraits of Johann Sebastian Bach and his father at the Bach Archive in Leipzig on what would have been Bach's 325th birthday.
Suspicious letter sent to German president
Joachim Gauck attends a press conference on June 4, 2010 in Berlin, Germany. Social Democrats and the Green Party presented Gauck as their candidate in upcoming elections for German president scheduled for June 30, following the unexpected recent resignation of previous President Horst Koehler.
Kufuor Back From Europe Advocacy Tour
Former President John Agyekum Kufuor returned home Tuesday night from a three-nation working tour of Europe that took him to Geneva, Switzerland, Berlin, Germany and Oslo, Norway during which he met policy and lawmakers, business executives, as well as representatives of giant pharmaceutical companies.
The future of Jewish life in Germany
Living in Germany for 16 years, I often wondered: will this gov't, society truly do all they can to ensure "Jewish life will be vibrant and strong"? A few years ago I was invited by the German president Horst Koehler to join him as part of his delegation and fly with him to Auschwitz on 60-year anniversary of its liberation.