Christmas can be expensive for young Parisians who've been hit by the economic crisis. Some of them have come up with some creative ways to save money - from DIY to second-hand.
It's become a tradition at the port of Hamburg. For the past 20 years, good Samaritans have been giving Christmas trees to sailors who have to be at sea over the holidays. (22.12.2013)
Berlin is a match for many cities in many things - and its admittedly modest yuletide illuminations are no exception. DW's Tamsin Walker is enchanted by the understated approach to the seasonal festival of lights. (19.12.2013)
When the Berlin-based RIAS Chamber Choir received an invitation to perform in Beirut, they were reluctant due to the political situation. But they soon agreed to bring a little Christmas sparkle to the Middle East. (18.12.2013)
As prices fall to as low as 500 euros, 3D printers are predicted to be among the must-have gadgets under Christmas trees this year. Has the time finally come for a technology that's been around since the 1980s?
Is the victory of evil inevitable? Talking to DW, British-Indian author Salman Rushdie explains how his new novel became contemporary by accident and why defending free speech is more important now than ever.
Christmas in Europe? Germany's holiday markets quickly come to mind. After the attack on a market in Berlin, we look at the centuries-old history and meaning of Christmas markets for Germany.
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