Justin Huggler, The Telegraph

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Past articles by Justin:

Intercepted radio messages 'prove Russia planned Bucha atrocities'

Russian soldiers openly discussed killing civilians in radio messages obtained by German intelligence → Read More

Nazi concentration camp survivor, 96, killed in Kharkiv by Russian shelling

Tributes paid to Boris Romantschenko, who was a prisoner of war in four camps during Second World War, but died in recent Kremlin onslaught → Read More

US and Poland accused of 'playing ping pong' with Ukrainian lives as fighter-jet plan collapses

Ukrainian president criticises White House, Pentagon and Warsaw as deal falls through amid diplomatic debacle → Read More

Germany charges student with spying for Russia in Cold War-style espionage plot

PhD academic accused of passing sensitive information to the Kremlin on European space programme → Read More

Germany closes border to British tourists over rising Omicron cases

U-turn by Berlin means Germany follows France in closing its borders to Britons → Read More

What next for Angela Merkel? Quantum chemistry, plum cake and private detective work all beckon

Until this week she was the most powerful woman in the world — and one of the busiest → Read More

Germany to announce nationwide Covid lockdown for the unvaccinated

The restrictions, already in force in several German regions, will see people barred from most of public life across the country → Read More

End of Merkel era: Olaf Scholz secures coalition deal to form new German government

The Right-wing FDP is expected to land the coveted finance ministry when full details are announced → Read More

Ski slopes remain open despite nationwide Covid lockdown in Austria

The decision has raised eyebrows, given the Ischgl ski resort was an epicentre of Europe’s first coronavirus outbreak → Read More

Vienna braces for violence as Austria becomes first European country to make Covid jabs mandatory

Ten thousand people expected to march on the capital on Saturday as anger builds over draconian new rules → Read More

Germany suspends certification process for controversial Nord Stream 2

Germany on Tuesday suspended the certification process for the controversial Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline from Russia. → Read More

Bridge to nowhere: Black Book report details shocking waste of taxpayers' money

Annual report records hundreds of cases of government waste where German politicians have spent billions on 'pointless projects' → Read More

'Russian diplomat', suspected spy, found dead in Berlin after apparent fall from embassy complex

Russia has reportedly refused permission for Germany to carry out an autopsy, describing the death only as a 'tragic accident' → Read More

Merkel the migrant chancellor and how she redefined what it means to be German

In 2015 Angela Merkel took a historic gamble by admitting almost a million refugees to Germany. Did it pay off? → Read More

Merkel the migrant chancellor and how she redefined what it means to be German

In 2015 Angela Merkel took a historic gamble by admitting almost a million refugees to Germany. Did it pay off? → Read More

German escapes Taliban by pretending party membership card is diplomatic passport

Asib Malekzada flew to Kabul to get his fiancée out of Afghanistan but was trapped by the Taliban takeover → Read More

German pensioner forced to hand over Nazi tank he kept in cellar for decades

The 84-year-old also had an 88mm anti-aircraft gun, a torpedo and a mortar in the basement of his private villa → Read More

Angela Merkel urged to follow Britain's lead and drop all remaining Covid restrictions

Foreign minister calls for end to restrictions as soon as all Germans have been offered vaccine → Read More

Far-Right Austrian leader goes on trial on corruption charges

Heinz-Christian Strache faces five years in prison if found guilty of accepting bribes → Read More

UK stuck in the Covid slow lane as Europe and America dance again

Widely spaced jabs, a refusal to use vaccine passports and the Delta variant are holding Britain back → Read More