Once again, Europe has been struck by terror. Blasts at Brussels airport are thought to have been caused by a suicide bomber. A metro station close to the EU headquarters has also been hit. According to reports, more than 20 people have been killed.
Construction work on two nuclear reactors in South Carolina has been halted due to cost overruns. The first new US plants to be built in two decades fell victim to the bankruptcy of Westinghouse earlier this year.
The first foreign-born director of London's V&A Museum, Martin Roth was an influential member of the arts community both in his native Germany and abroad. He has passed away at the age of 62.
The German star composer has worked on over 150 films, from "Rainman" to "Batman v Superman," winning an Oscar for "The Lion King." In this DW interview, he explains how he got his start.
Now legends, Pink Floyd were born during a time of upheaval in the 1960s - and are now the focus of an exhibition at London's V&A. DW found out how their album covers were made and what the show has to do with Beyoncé.
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