The trend towards house-sharing has made its way from the United States to Germany. The Reichwalds from Berlin, for instance, are temporarily swapping apartments with the Schotts from Munich. That makes vacationing cheaper for both families.
Senegal and Germany are thousands of miles apart, but that didn't stop Carim Camara from travelling to the Spreewald biosphere reserve south of Berlin to talk about successful conservation models that involve tourists.
Tokyo has withdrawn its ambassador to Seoul after a new statue in honor of "comfort women" is placed outside its Busan consulate. There are also fears that the political turmoil in Seoul would jeopardize the 2015 deal.
The Smarter app can connect people when cell service is down, to find lost relatives or ask for help. But crucial figures are opposed to the technology, and will need convincing before the app can hit the market.
How does it feel to spend a night in a hotel in your own city? DW's Gero Schliess takes a look at Berlin through the eyes of a tourist.
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