One of Berlin's attraction is a rolling bicycle contraption powered by beer drinkers who pedal furiously while guzzling not gas but suds. Beer bikes are becoming very popular with tourists, but critics say they're a road-clogging nuisance.
The Dutch capital has banned the pedal-powered bars following complaints of unruly behavior by inebriated tourists riding them. The ban has come into effect.
The Dutch capital is now pushing back in an attempt to keep the city attractive to visitors and residents alike. But some say it's not going far enough.
If some parts of Iceland feel overcrowded with tourists, the western regions of the country offer off-the-beaten-track adventures. DW's Elizabeth Grenier tested it out.
Nigerian hospitals are grappling with increasing cases of diabetes. The World Health Organization says millions of people in Africa now suffer from the non-communicable disease.
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