2000 years ago, Romans and Germanic tribesmen clashed atop the "Harzhorn," a hill in northern Germany. Archaeologists have built copies of ancient weapons to re-enact the battle.
Archeologists in Greece have discovered a trove of gold rings, jewels and weapons inside the tomb of a warrior dating back to 1,500 B.C. Authorities say the grave is the most spectacular find of its kind in decades.
The Russian military plays a decisive role in Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's military successes, says Major General Igor Konashenkov, the Russian defense ministry spokesman, in an exclusive interview with DW.
An energy company is clearing an ancient forest to expand Germany's largest coal mine. Activists are fighting back, living in the trees and chaining themselves to excavators. Almost 800 were cited in recent protests.
Riyadh has suspended two massive aid packages to the Lebanese army and police, after Beirut declined to support anti-Iran resolutions proposed by the Saudis. Lebanon is a base for Shiite Hezbollah militia.
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