Person of the Day
Laila A., a 16-year old refugee, found a bag containing €14,000 ($16,790) on a Berlin metro train earlier this week. An elderly lady traveling on the underground forgot her valuables when she left the train. Laila handed it in to the authorities and refused to accept a reward, saying her religion doesn't allow her to take money that isn't hers.
Picture of the Day
More than 765 mirrors made of multi-colored acrylic and their infinite reflections: "Our Colour Reflection" is just one of a collection of surreal interactive art pieces in the "Perspective Playground" exhibition. Set in the industrial digs of a former power plant in Berlin, the traveling show is free to the public through September 24.
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Graph of the Day
Look Who's Voting
Across Germany's 299 districts, more than 60 million people will cast their vote on Sunday, mostly at local schools. They will fill 73,500 ballot boxes, aided by 650,000 helpers who will hand out forms and count them late into the night.
Quote of the Day
Cue Mic Drop
Addressing the UN General Assembly, Mr. Gabriel took a shot at the US president and what he called "national selfishness" after Donald Trump's address urged countries to put their nations first.