Three square meals a day?
Everybody eats - we have to, to survive. For some, food is a neccesity that is lacking. And for many, it's an irresistable passion. Here's DW content relating to the topic of food.
Fierce fighting in the Red Sea port city has displaced 5,200 families, UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric has said. The Saudi-led coalition wants to force Yemen's Houthi rebels out of an area already on the brink of famine.
Forces allied to the Saudi-led coalition say they have entered Hodeida airport as part of an assault to retake the port city. Fears are rising of a new humanitarian crisis if food imports, from the port, are disrupted.
Berlin is in the grip of World Cup fever. From the public screenings to football-themed food and drink, kids immersed in the complex business of swapping soccer cards, and banks and businesses using the event as a random promotional vehicle, the tournament is impossible to ignore. WorldLink columnist Tamsin Walker knows. She's tried.
It is, in much of the northern hemisphere, asparagus season and people in many places, insofar as anyone ever gets excited about a vegetable, are quite into it. But there is a country where enthusiasm for asparagus reaches barely-believable levels. Germany. This report from John Laurenson in a small country town.
Russia 2018: the tight security behind the World Cup - Insults and anger over a migrant ship in the Mediterranean – A Paris restaurant builds bonds with asylum seekers - A crucial vote in Turkey - The latest royal scandal in Spain - After a decades-long dispute with Greece, Macedonia moves closer to a name change - Germany celebrates asparagus season – Is English taking over Dutch universities.
As Europe hardens its laws and attitudes towards asylum seekers, a new Paris restaurant is going the opposite direction; hoping to break barriers and build bonds through food. From the French capital, Lisa Bryant visited La Residence restaurant, and has this report on a broader food movement for asylum seekers that helps mark World Refugee Day on June 20.